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24 May with "Mr Balkanski"

25 May 2014 / 11:05:57  GRReporter
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The Bulgarian community in Athens celebrated the Bulgarian Education and Culture, and Slavonic Literature Day with an elegant celebration in the hall of the "Argo" theatre. The patronal feast of the Bulgarian Sunday School "St. St. Cyril and Methodius" was attended by the Ambassador of Bulgaria in Athens Mrs Emilia Kraleva and Archimandrite Athanasius.

The school Principal Mrs Daniela Todorova presented the six school leavers who will graduate from the school this year, including Simona Peneva, whom GRReporter readers know for her many reports.

In turn, the graduates gave the school a chronicle book, with which to record the history of the institution. The school already boasts a 10-year history.

Actor Plamen Simeonov presented the award to this year's winner of the artistic speech contest, Victoria Todorova, for her performance of works of Dobri Chintulov.

GRReporter Director Maria S. Topalova announced the winners of the Second International Literary Competition "Bulgarian language - without borders and across borders" which is carried out by our site together with the Bulgarian Sunday School "St. St. Cyril and Methodius".

The ceremony was also attended by actors of the State Theatre of Satire “Aleko Konstantinov”, who presented the play "Mr Balkanski" based on the immortal novel by Aleko Konstantinov "Bai Ganjo."

Expect interviews with actors Ivaylo Kaloyanchev and Svetoslav Peev especially for the readers of GRReporter.

Tags: 24 May Bulgarian community in Athens Argo theatre Mr Balkanski State Theatre of Satire Aleko Konstantinov Ivaylo Kaloyanchev Svetoslav Peev
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