Greek Actor Lakis Lazopoulos Presents ”Sorry, I’m Greek” on European Tour

Greek actor Lakis Lazopoulos will be on a European tour, presenting the theatrical play ‘Sorry I’m Greek’ in 7 European cities.

Lazopoulos mimics famous Greek politicians, such as George Papandreou, Kostas Karamanlis, and Evangelos Venizelos, satirizing the contemporary Greek financial and political situation while transforming into 12 different Greek figures during the play.

Lakis Lazopoulos was born in Larissa, Greece, where he received his primary and secondary school education. He then entered the School of Law at the University of Thrace, and in 1984 received his Master’s degree from the University of Thessaloniki. Rather than practicing Law however, he chose to devote himself exclusively to acting, which had by this time won him over.

In 1992 he turned his attention to television, writing and interpreting fifteen character roles (both male and female), in the most successful TV series on Greek television to date, entitled “TEN LITTLE MITSI”. The roles, consisting of everyday characters satirizing contemporary social and political situations, attracted great affinity from the public.

Event Details:

Saturday 12.05.2012 – Mitsubishi Electric Halle, Düsseldorf

Monday 14.05.2012 – Meistersingerhalle, Nürnberg

Wednesday 16.05.2012 – Circus Krone Bau, München

Thursday 17.05.2012 – Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt am Main

Saturday 19.05.2012 – Liederhalle – Hegel Saal, Stuttgart

Sunday 20.05.2012 – Volkshaus, Zürich

Wednesday 23.05.2012 – Cirque Royal, Bruxelles