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English Theater Club | Athens | Sundays

The English Theater Club, the only dramatic society in Greece producing plays for children in English, will be on stage at the Altera Pars Theater on Sundays February 24, March 3, 17 and 31, and April 7 and 14.

WHAT'S ON Music anastasakis

Rellos & Anastasakis | Athens | February 24

Thodoris Rellos (baritone saxophone, flute, vocals) and Jannis Anastasakis (electric guitar, classical guitar, effects, live-sampling, analog synth bass) present their first joint release, “Horseloverfat,” at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center's (SNFCC) Lighthouse.

WHAT'S ON Opera boheme

La Boheme | Thessaloniki | February 23

After a successful show in Athens last October, local opera company Skull of Yorick Productions presents its staging of Puccini's classic “La Boheme” for one night only at the Thessaloniki Concert Hall.

WHAT'S ON Music conte_february

Nicola Conte | Athens | February 25

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) presents Italian jazz pioneer Nicola Conte, who will perform selections from his latest album, “Let Your Light Shine On.”

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The Good Shepherds | Athens | To October 4

The Jewish Museum of Greece presents “The Good Shepherds,” an exhibition which sheds light on the efforts of senior members of the Christian clergy and eminent rabbis who assisted persecuted Jews during the Nazi occupation.

WHAT'S ON Visual Arts katsadiotis

5 | Athens | To March 17

Curator Elisavet Sakareli has invited five Greek artists – Christophoros Katsadiotis, Alekos Kyrarinis, Emmanouil Bitsakis, Achilleas Papacostas and Antonis Staveris – whose idiosyncratic work is can be defined as quirky, bizarre and incisive, to participate in a group show.

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Gov't serving national policy line on all issues, foreign minister says after council session

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Foreign Minister Giorgos Katrougalos (fifth in from left) convened a session of the National Council for Foreign Affairs on Friday to discuss Greek-Turkish relations and the impact of Brexit, among other issues. In comments after the meeting, Katrougalos said the government had ‘served the national [policy] line on all issues and will continue to do so.’ Conservative New Democracy warned the leftist government against any major foreign policy decisions in an election year. [Intime News]