Slava’s Snow Show
Pallas Theater |

The multi award winning international sensation, Slava’s Snowshow has delighted and thrilled audiences in over 80 cities around the globe including New York,Los Angeles, Paris, Rome, Hong Kong, Rio de Janiero and Moscow.

Loved by children and adults alike Slava’s Snowshow is a combination of theatrical clowning and stunning spectacle performed by the internationally renowned company of clowns lead by Slava Polunin.

‘A reminder that no one is ever too old to enjoy clowns’
Evening Standard

This Christmas experience a joyous dream-like world which will touch both your heart and funny bone, culminating in a breathtaking blizzard leaving you literally knee deep in snow!

‘No theatre or circus finale quite compares with this’
Daily Telegraph

source: official website

01/02/2012 – 12/02/2012

Boukourestiou 5, Athens

Contact Details
210 3213100

Box Office Opening Hours
Monday-Saturday: 09.00-20.00
Sunday: 12.00-20.00

The venue has it’s own bar

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By Bus/Trolleybus
The Pallas Theater is situated close to Kriezotou station on Panepistimiou street and to Acadimia station on Academias street, where a lot of bus and trolleybus lines also pass.

By Metro
The Pallas Theatre is also very close to the Μetro stations Sintagma (Line 2) and Panepistimio (Line 1).

By Taxi
The neighbouring streets of Amerikis, Stadiou and Panepistimiou provide easy access to taxi services. There is also a Taxi-stand at Stintagma square.

People with special needs
All theatre spaces offer easy access for persons with special needs. During the renovation, special lifts were placed to the right of the main entrance. Access is from Boukourestiou Street. People with special needs can watch the performances from the Orchestra Pit.

In the surrounding area there are many private car parks and municipal parking system regulations apply to the side-streets.
Map of the municipal parking system in Athens city center.

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