Theatro Technis presents
Castro of Meditterranean
written and directed by George Eugeniou, at the Theatro Technis, near Mornington Crescent, north London.
Synopsis: "Following 'We Macbeth' where it exposed the CIA’s crimes during the last 50 years in US, George Eugeniou wrote a play about the role of this organisation in the Cyprus crisis. The title character of the play is Archbishop Makarios who became the first President of the Republic of Cyprus and soon was a target of US-CIA on the allegation that he was pro-Soviet. Therefore they nicknamed him 'Castro of Mediterranean'. Since at present there is no International Criminal Court of Justice, an imaginary trial is set at Theatro Technis. No one should be ‘untouchable’. Justice has no time limit."