Menandrion Theatre of Piraeus

Formerly known as the Delfinarion, the Menandrion Theatre of Piraeus is a theatre designed as a copy of its predecessor.

Used to stage large-scale productions during the summer, its most popular productions are comedic skits focusing on social and political issues. This is particularly fitting, since the 1,000-seat theatre was named after Menander, an ancient writer of comedy.

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Address: Akti Dilaveri 31, Pireas
Area: Piraeus, South Suburbs
Phone: +302104176404
Transportation: Tram: Stadio Irinis & Filias (SEF) Station

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