The Rialto Theatre in Limassol is hosting a series of cultural events in December, including a Greek adaptation of “Wuthering Heights,” a Christmas concert by the Limassol Music School, a live broadcast of Andre Rieu’s “White Christmas” concert, an operetta called “Satanerie” by the Epilogi Cultural Movement, a preChristmas concert by Kyrenia Opera, a live broadcast of “Florencia en el Amazonas” by the MET, and a contemporary dance piece titled “Say Yes! Again and Again” by Evie Demetriou. Tickets and event details are available on the Rialto Theatre’s website.
The ETKO Christmas Market in Limassol is a winter wonderland filled with festive activities for all ages. From unique gifts at the Gift Market to meeting Santa Claus and enjoying live performances, there’s something for everyone. Indulge in Europeaninspired food and drinks at the food court, and don’t forget that children under 12 can enter for free. Join in the magic and create unforgettable Christmas memories at this enchanting event.
The Christmas Village at Ayia Napa Marina is a festive wonderland filled with live music, performances, and interactive activities for all ages. Visitors can enjoy visits to Santa’s workshop, rides on a carousel and Ferris wheel, a Christmas market with food stalls and unique gifts, and a special concert by singer Hovig, creating a memorable holiday experience until December 30.
In December, two notable art exhibitions are taking place in Cyprus. Ludmila Budanov’s “Save It” at Morfi Gallery in Limassol showcases her vibrant artwork until December 12, while Katarzyna Łyszkowska’s “Aphrodite” exhibition at the American University of Cyprus in Larnaca runs from December 15 to January 15, offering a photographic tribute to femininity and Greek mythology.
The International School of Paphos (ISOP) donated 14,500 euros to the Cyprus Association of Cancer Patients and Friends (PASYKAF), including a NISSAN car worth 11,000 euros for their Home Care Palliative Service and an additional 3,500 euros for hospital equipment. This generous gesture of solidarity and compassion showcases the ISOP community’s commitment to social responsibility and their unwavering support for vulnerable groups within society.
Larnaca’s food bank is preparing support packages for at least 55 families in need during the holiday season, filled with essentials and festive treats. Local schools, businesses, banks, and religious institutions are coming together to contribute, reflecting the community’s philanthropic spirit, with distribution planned for December 22 and December 29 to ensure families can enjoy festive meals.
This weekend in Cyprus, music lovers can look forward to the Cyprus Jazz & World Music Showcase in Limassol, featuring over 40 artists. For those interested in history, the ‘Explore the Ice Age’ exhibition in Limassol offers a chance to journey back in time and learn about the prehistoric era. In the capital, a Children’s Christmas Parade filled with magic and entertainment will take place, while the Lania Christmas Colours event in Lania village offers crafts and workshops. Paphos will also be hosting a Santa Run and festive market, supporting local charities. With a variety of events happening across the island, there is something for everyone to enjoy this weekend in Cyprus.
The CocaCola truck tour in Cyprus is an annual event that signifies the beginning of the holiday season. The iconic red truck travels across the island, spreading joy and community spirit with its festive lights and encouraging Christmas generosity and kindness through the campaign ShareYourInnerSanta.