Cyprus Theatre Museum

  • Location

    Panos Solomonides, 2-8, Limassol

  • Tickets

    Adults €3,00 / Children €2,00

  • Opening Times

    Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 09:00 - 13:00
    Tuesday, Friday: 09:00 - 13:00 / 16:00 - 19:00
    Sunday: 10:00 - 14:00 (for pre-booked visits only for groups of 10+ persons).
    Closed on Saturday.

    All year round.
    Closed on Public Holidays.

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Inaugurated in 2012, the Cyprus Theatre Museum finds its home within the Panos Solomonides Cultural Centre. The museum is thoughtfully organized into distinct thematic sections, each offering a unique glimpse into the island's rich theatrical heritage.

One such section, titled 'The History,' takes visitors on an immersive journey through the various pivotal stages of theatrical development on the island. It offers a comprehensive perspective on the evolution of theater activity throughout the years.

Another fascinating segment of the museum is 'The Contributors,' which showcases an array of exhibits directly linked to the fundamental stages of theater production. From the inception of ideas to the final execution, visitors can explore the intricate behind-the-scenes processes that bring captivating performances to life.

Not to be missed is 'The Performance' section, where visitors can marvel at an impressive display of costumes worn in significant and emblematic productions from the island's theatrical history. These costumes, like time capsules, provide a tangible link to the artistic essence of bygone performances.

At the heart of the museum's permanent collection lies a diverse array of exhibits, featuring printed materials, scale models, props, set and costume designs, and an extensive collection of photographs and posters. Together, these artifacts offer a vivid and captivating insight into the island's enthralling theater legacy, allowing visitors to embark on a virtual tour through its theatrical evolution.

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