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Laughterhouse is a presentation in the Slaughterhouse of a documentary film about goats whose cries sound like those of human beings. It is amusing to behold goats making these sounds and it is intended to be a funny film. However; slaughterhouses are not funny places. Particularly if you are a vegetarian or a goat. The contradiction between the comedy of the film and the history of the space is the motivation behind this artwork.The exhibition will be on view at DESTE’s Project Space on Hydra island between June 19 and September 30, 2018. At the opening of the project, there will also be a presentation of a piece of music created using the goat sounds from the film. The performance will use electric guitars created by the artist. In addition to this, there will be a small intervention on the tables of the cafés on Hydra: customers at these establishments are invited to season their food with “Invisible Dust” sprinkled from a specially created ceramic vessel.
Five performances presented by the Hydrama Theatre and Arts Centre at the open air theatre in Vlychos.
All performances happen on a Thursday and start at 21:15. Everyone is welcome and it is FREE to attend.
You can either walk to Vlychos along the coast road from Hydra harbour or catch the complimentary speed boat. The last boat leaves Hydra port at 21:00. There is also a complimentary return boat for those who don't want to stay and eat after the performance.
You can't reserve seats and you will need to be seated at least 15 mins before each performance. Get there early if you want a cushion.
For more details, please contact Corinna Seeds the director of the theatre.
Miaoulia Festival 21 - 24 June 2018 (Firework re-enactment Saturday 23rd).
Classical Concert 18th August 2018 (Sofianou charity gala at the Monastery Hydra Town).
Swimrun is a multiple-stage competition which involves participants running and swimming over a cross-country race course that involves many transitions between the swim and run stages of the race. What defines a swimrun is that its always carried out outdoors and in water where the goal is to go from a starting point to a finish point through a course with at least 2 swim and run sections. All the equipment that a participant starts with has to be carried all the way to the finish line. Even though swimrun urges participants to use flotation equipment, equipment larger than 100×60 cm is not allowed. Because of safety measures a swimrun competition is usually carried out by teams but there are several races where you can race individually. There are three classes to compete in; either a men`s class, women`s class or a mixed gender class.
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The Theatrical Group of Hydra "ORAMA" presents the comedy "1 + 1 = 4".
Location: Cathedral Conference Hall
Tickets: All donations given to the Kouloura Hospital Hydra.
Direction: Voula Lioliou-Voulgari.
Cast: Hara Vlachopoulou, Giorgos Argyros, Lina Orologologa, Giorgos Kontogiannopoulos, Chrysanthi Verga, Vasso Roussi and Marianna Xydaki.
Submission: Sofia Papadopoulou-Bikou
Costume Designer: Lina Orologologa
Musical Director: Chrysa Skagou
Technical Editor: Pavlos Kokkos
Carnival is the last Sunday before the start of the Pascha (Orthodox Easter) 40 days of Lent leading up to the Megalo Pascha week. The municipality has lots of costumes for people to borrow for the parade. They can be chosen and collected from the Old School at the top of Lignou Street. The carnival starts from Votsi Square (in front of the Hydroussa Hotel) at about 14:00. The parade goes to Kamini and winds its way back to Hydra by about 16:30.
Friday 16th 16:00 - 18:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 12:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 12:00