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Eleusis 2023 European Capital of Culture, along with the co-organiser Athens Open Air Film Festival, invite you to a four-day event – a cinematic journey to historical Elefsina, from the 23rd to the 26th July 2021. 

Eight dancers from Africa, the world’s oldest and most mystical continent, take us on a journey to the ancient roots of Dance and our deepest selves. The internationally renowned choreographer, Josef Nadj, visits Elefsina and presents the performance “OMMA”, demonstrating that “dance was born along with humanity”. 

The emblematic poem “The Free Besieged,” by Dionysios Solomos, comes to life through the voices of the residents of Elefsina, directed by Eleni Efthymiou and with an original score by Sofia Kamagianni, at the premises of the Parking lot.

We asked managers of the European capitals of culture from 2022 to 2025, five same questions to understand their expectations in a clear and concise way. Each interview is preceded by a fact sheet on that European capital of culture. The format is the same for all. At the end of the series of interviews we will try to make a synthesis of objectives, trends, expectations by the Ecocs. After Novi Sad 2022, Esch2022, Kaunas2022 and Veszprem2023 today we talk about Eleusis, European Capital of culture 2023.

In 2023 the city of Eleusis will host the title of the European Capital of Culture (ECoC), presenting a multifaceted programme entitled "Mysteries of Transition''.

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