Georgian theatre attains unprecedented success at Globe to Globe
The Marjanishvili Theatre of Georgia has attuned unprecedented success at the World Shakespeare Festival - Globe to Globe in London. The Georgian theatre performed at the festival Shakespeare`s As You Like It directed by Levan Tsuladze.
It has been the first precedent that a play has been performed in the 600-seat Globe Theatre in the Georgian language without English translation.
The Globe to Globe festival has been considered the most significant event of the year. Over 600 actors from 37 countries are participating in it.
Yet another unique discovery has been made in Tbilisi - a private owner of a land area in the Isani-Samgori district of the capital found various types of hand-made clay dish in the vicinities of the 31-st aviation factory.
One year since its filming in Georgia, CNN is back in Tbilisi to begin the next stage of its series on Georgia for its Eye On program, which focuses on countries that are shaping the worldwide landscape.
The representatives of the youth organization of Georgia`s National Democratic Party assembled in the Zugdidi office of the political party today to express their protest against the restoration and rehabilitation works of the Likhni Temple in Gudauta, breakaway Abkhazia.
Abkhazian puppet regime continues with erasing Georgian traces and destructing Georgia`s historic monuments in the occupied region of the county. After the Bedia and Ilori Saint George Churches, now the occupants have decided to begin the `restoration` of the Likhni Temple in the Gudauta town.
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A new text-book of Georgian language has been printed special for the non-Georgian schools, where the pupils of ethnic minorities study. Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Dimitri Shashkini presented the new text-book to the pupils and the teachers of the TbilisiN73 Azeri school today.
The visit of the U.S. Secretary of State to Georgia will be concluded with a concert of classic music on Batumi Piazza tonight. After the official part of the visit is over, Mrs. Clinton will attend a concert organized special for her honor.
A boulevard named after Valdas Adamkus, the former president of Lithuania opened in Georgia`s Black Sea town of Anaklia today. Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili opened the boulevard with Mr. Adamkus.
Georgian Apostolic Orthodox Church marks the day of Saint Nino on June 1. The preachment of Christianity turned out fruitful in his life and the King of Kartli, Mirian declared it as the state religion of the nation in the IV century AD. Georgian Church marks the Day of Saint Nino twice a year.