Theatro Technis' ideas and policies are designed for anyone who is interested in the development of individuals and communities.
The Theatre maintains a balance between both classic and contemporary work and serves to embrace a variety of diverse art forms ranging from theatre & dance, art, photography, music & film.
A backbone of volunteers and professional theatre practitioners enables Theatro Technis to maintain its much-valued ethos of "Total Theatre" where strands of theatre craft and creative expression are greeted with an open-door policy which is embedded in a philosophy that supports the oppressed and disadvantaged.


Theatro Technis has been described as a process, a journey of research and discovery.
This process began 52 years ago when a group of young Cypriots, who had been meeting in private homes, found premises in a lock-up garage in Camden Mews.
From there they moved to a disused railway shed on York Way and finally in 1978 to the old St. Pancras Church House in Crowndale Rd NW1, which is their present home.
As a community resource, Theatro Technis has offered services for more then 5 decades in the form of an art centre for performance and training in theatre craft.
In 1967 Theatro Technis established the first Cypriot Advisory Service, which offered counselling and assistance. Since 1979 it has run an old people’s Luncheon Club attended for many years by the Cypriot elderly.
By the 1990s Theatro Technis evolved into an international space, staging in-house drama, offering venue hire, facilitating workshops, nurturing creative talent and promoting contemporary writing - while maintaining a unique expertise in ancient Greek Drama.

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