Restoration of the Jesuit Palace on Naxos gets the green light

Constructed in the 17th century, the Jesuit Palace (aka the Jesuit Monastery of Kalamitsia) is in the region of Kalamitsia on Naxos. In the 18th century, the monastery came under Catholic orders and since then it has been owned by the Naxos Catholic Foundation. It is listed as a historical monument.

Quadruple Opening | Athens | June 7

The Athens-Epidaurus Festival ( is inaugurating its program at the cool Pireos 260 venue with a feast of shows for the week starting on June 7. On Stage D, avant-garde Russian theater and film director Kirill Serebrennikov is making his Greek debut with a performance expressing his opposition to Moscow and its invasion of Ukraine.

Generations | Athens | May 20 & 21

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center ( presents "Generations," a festival designed to bridge the divide between different age groups and demonstrate the enduring power of music. Apart from a lineup of 10 DJ sets, the family-friendly event also includes all sorts of other activities like dance parties, face painting, games, gardening and more. The program starts at 11 a.m.