Pantheon Theater
Pantheon Theater
Pantheon Theater
Pantheon Theater
Pantheon Theater

Uniquely designed European standard theater and concert hall in the Tavros area in the heart of Athens. The Pantheon Theater has brought a change to nightlife in the city, introducing a new era of entertainment. 

The stage presents musical and theatrical performances of high standards with great artists from Greece and abroad.

"Theatrikes skines" from 9 December will be presenting Bernard Shaw’s play "Pygmalion" –translated and directed by Alexandros Rigas– which was introduced in Greece in 1959 titled "My Fair Lady", with Aliki Vougiouklaki in her first leading role in theatre. This is the most popular work of the great English dramatist.

Every Sunday at 11.30 Pantheon Theatre presents the children's play "Hercules, the 12 labors", directed by Apollo Papatheocharis and Nikos Kouris in the lead role.

Alcohol consumption is only permitted in the Pantheon Theater box seats, which can be ordered from the bar. The rest of the space is configured in the shape of an amphitheater with theater seats in the stalls and balconies.

Open winter season only
Wednesday, Thursday 20.00– Friday, Saturday 21.00, Sunday 19.00
Stalls: €25, €30 & €40, Gallery A: €15, €25 & €30, Gallery B: €15 & €25 Reduced (student, people with special needs, large families, over 65 years old) and Unemployed ticket: €15 in certain zones