Home, Sweet Home

Amalia Kontesi

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Fri 16th Jun
20:00 (
60 mins)
Age Guidance: 15+
This piece includes mentions of grief and death of a loved one.
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Ellie is successful, good looking and absolutely happy with the life she’s built in London.

When she returns to Greece to sell her home after it was nearly destroyed by wildfires, she’s faced with questions about whether the people and places that she loved changed while she was away, and whether she’s stayed the same despite years of living in a different world.

Against the backdrop of the impact of the wildfires in the coastal town of Mati in Greece – one of the deadliest wildfires of the 21st century – “Home, Sweet Home” is a tender and funny coming of age story about Europe’s younger generation of migrants, and what it means to search for yourself while you’re running away from a dysfunctional home.

Other Performances:

Fri 16th Jun
The Glitch - Spacement
134 Lower Marsh
Sun 18th Jun
The Glitch - Spacement
134 Lower Marsh

Amalia Kontesi

Isidora Provatos graduated from the University of Bristol with a Bachelor of Arts in French and Spanish Classical Arts and Theatre and then completed her Masters in Acting at E15 Acting School in 2019. Since then she has taken part in scratch nights around London and recently performed in 'Write to Right' at the Park Theatre London as well as the Calder Bookshop Theatre with the Director's Cut Theatre Company.

Penny Gkritzapi is a theatre practitioner. She is the Resident Director for Polymorph Theatre & Paradigm Theatre & Film. She also and works with a number of theatre companies globally. She is an Associate Artist of FaceFront Theatre and has been part of the Blue Sky Actors since 2013. Furthermore, since September 2022, Penny is working as a Drama Teacher for RM Drama. She is a graduate from the University of Fine Arts- Department of Theatre Studies, trained as an actor in one of the oldest drama schools of Athens and got her MA in Theatre Directing in 2015.

Amalia Kontesi is a Greece-born, London and New York-based writer and director with a focus on developing new work. Her latest play, 'Someone of Significance,' won the VAULT Festival's 2023 People's Choice Award. She's an alumna of the Young Vic's Neighbourhood Voices programme and The Acting Studio.

Vasiliki Verousi is Creative Director with a passion for people and art, blending her background in sociology and psychology to craft captivating experiences that resonate with audiences. With a BSc in Sociology and a Master's degree in Child Psychology, Vasiliki possesses a unique understanding of human behavior and emotions, infusing her work with depth and authenticity.

Press & Reviews Praise for previous work:

Amalia Kontesi (writer):
Someone of Significance at VAULT Festival (Writer):
Binge Fringe - "Cutting-edge emotional drama sprinkled with comedy, politics and human insight."

The Soprano at The Barons Court Reboot Festival (Writer):
London Theatre 1 - “An interesting post-MeToo piece asking how we reconsider past encounters.”
Mark Aspen Reviews - “Nicely crafted, unravelling with deep tender moments.”

Cast & Creative Team Actor: ISIDORA PROVATOS
Producer and Costume Designer: VASILIKI VEROUSI


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