In 1998, a warehouse of the Fix brewery, by then a completely decrepit industrial site, began to be restored into what quickly turned into a Neos Kosmos staple. Don’t expect to see a grand building or a red carpet. You may not even notice it if you’re walking by. But architecture is not where the magic lies in this neighbourhood. It lies in art. Neos Kosmos Theatre has three halls and stages classic and new productions ranging from a new take on Sophocles’ Elektra to Traces of Antigone, Christina Ouzounidou’s play inspired by the #metoo movement. The neighbourhood seems to be growing more sensitive towards locals and visitors with disabilities, and this theatre is also known for its team that stages productions in homes for the disabled and even a women’s prison. Needless to say, the Neos Kosmos Theatre’s premises are fully accessible.