The Cyprus Theatre Museum open to the public on March 27 2012, World Theatre Day.
It is housed at the Panos Solomonides Cultural Centre in Limassol, in what used to be the Kouvas offset priting company, as a result of cooperation between the Limassol Municipality and the Cyprus Theatrical Organisation.
The exhibits present significant landmarks in the history of theatre art in Cyprus. Also: the basic phases in a theatrical production, sets of costumes, theatre models, posters, props, photographs and other objects relating to theatre activities in Cyprus.
Source: Cyprus Theatre Organization
Address: Panos Solomonides 8, 3032 Limassol
Accreditation: Cyprus Theatre Organisation and Limassol Municipality
Season: All year
Operating Hours: Monday – Wednesday – Thursday 9:00 – 13:00 Tuesday – Friday 9:00 – 13:00 16:00 – 19:00 Sunday 10:00 – 14:00 only with pre-booking. Closed: Saturday and Public Holidays
Facilities: Parking is available. The museum is accessible to people in wheelchairs. There are toilets and for people in wheelchairs. There is informative material, which is freely given in Greek and English. For organized groups are tours. In the area of the museum there is a shop where visitors have the opportunity to purchase various souvenirs pencils, cups, notepads, directory guide museum exhibits and theatrical books. The transactions are cash only. Special hall video projections and photographs of theater performances in Cyprus.
Phone / Fax: 00357-25343464 / 00357-25343464
Website / Email: www.cyprustheatremuseum.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Entrance Fee: 3 euros regular / 2 euros reduced (in organized groups – over 15 people – students and soldiers aged) input is 1 euro per person)
Fee Ticket: At the museum entrance.
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