Access to cultural theatre items is now possible on the computers installed in the venue by use of the Interactive Application of the NTNG Cultural Reserve Demonstration set up for this reason. The Interactive Application can provide findings to any search concerning the history of the National Theatre of Northern Greece. In particular, it allows access to 1.321 productions and co-productions of the NTNG from 1961 to date and 134.865 relevant electronic data. The items included are given in detail below:

A collection of pages packed with information about technical theatre. has been online since 1997 and is a developing resource for students, theatre technicians, designers and practitioners. The site has was relaunched in 2012 to make it more up-to-date and easily updateable, and although there is still a lot to do, the future is looking good. is edited by Jon Primrose, Technical Manager at the University of Exeter Drama Department in the UK.

The Theatre Crafts is not related to the Theatre Crafts magazine that’s no longer in publication. It’s been superseded by the Live Design magazine.

The Prothiki is intended to provide an online environment and technical support service to host and freely disseminate journals published under the aegis of the University and/or the responsibility of its staff.

It hosts open access journals published by AUTh Faculties, Schools, Departments, Laboratories, etc.

Skene is an academic journal about the theatre, published by the School of Drama of the Faculty of Fine Arts at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. The contributions in Skene focus both on theatre theory and theatre practice, welcoming academic studies, as well as texts and testimonies written by contemporary theatre artists.

The journal is hosted in the AUTh Library eJournals Publishing platform, Prothiki.

The object of the Synedriothiki is to list and promote conferences, forums and other scholarly events held at AUTh in a single standardised online environment with the option of submitting search criteria, which will help upgrade the existing services. 

It hosts conferences and scholarly events organised by AUTh Faculties, Schools, Departments, Laboratories, etc.

AUTh library digitizes its rare and special collections and makes them freely accessible through Psifiothiki.