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Etiquette 101: Never discuss sex, politics or religion at the dinner table. At Dinner with the Devil, those are the only things worth talking about. Hosted in Noel's private dining area, this mostly improvised dinner theater is led by Nicolas Androulakis as Satan. Thirty guests sit at a monastic table, and after biting into an apple the show begins. As you dig into dinner, Satan provokes and incites until you've shed every mask and confessed your sins. (Think you're a good person? Think again. Androulakis has 30 sins for you to choose from.) You'll also dance on the table, make friends and, if you're lucky, watch someone storm out. If you're the one storming, don't say we didn't warn you.


Dinner with the Devil is an improvisational and controversial dinner theater with plenty of booze.
You're bored by small talk.
Kolokotroni 59B, Monastiraki, 105 62, Athens
Jan. 30 & 31, 9 p.m.
€25. Space is limited to 30 people, so reserve now on 694 8052680.


By Eleni Zoe

Eleni Zoe is a copywriter, daily chai drinker and curator of Cats and Greece. She's powered by true crime podcasts, plants and good food. She is on Team "Of course, Die Hard is a Christmas movie."