Odeon

Odeon of Herodotus Atticus

the world’s best performers have appeared on Athens Ancient theater

Odeon

Also know as the Herodian, is an ancient Greek theatre on the south slope of the Acropolis. The theatre was build around 161 A.D and seats approximately 5000 people. The exterior resembles a Roman theatre, but when you enter you will be able to see that the interior is of Greek architecture. Made from stone and marble, reconstruction was completed in the 1950s.
This stunning theatre is the main view for the Athens Festival.
We highly recommend you see a play, concert, musical or opera in this breathtaking one of kind scenery.

The program of the events is in the following link:

Booking tickets

The program of the events is in the http://greekfestival.gr/venues/odeon-of-herodes-atticus/?lang=en following link:
http://greekfestival.gr/venues/odeon-of-herodes-atticus/?lang=en

All shows start at 21:00 pm

Ticket pricing may vary. You can book your tickets online at:
Starting at 12 o’clock noon tickets will be available for purchas
e at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus, Peiraios 260 and other venues hosting this year’s Festival productions. Tickets can be purchased by telephone and online. More specifically:
Call center: + 210 893 8112(Opening hours: Monday to Sunday, 09:00-21:00. On 23 April, the call Centre will be open 12:00-21:00)
Online purchase: greekfestival.grand www.ticketmaster.gr
For groups (20+ persons) please contact: +30 210 322 2720 and tickets@greekfestival.gr
For persons with disabilities please contact: +30 210 322 1897 and tameia@greekfestival.gr

Shows are back on, after summer break

No need to disappointed if you can not see a performance in this clasic venue, we have a few alternatives

KOILON productions has created a 60-minute show of ancient Greek theatre with a twist! https://www.koilon.gr/index.html

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