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Date: Sunday 20 November 2016 Venue: KOKO Club, 1A Camden High St, London NW1 7JE Details:
Sokratis Malamas, as one of Greeces most beloved songwriters, brings with him an armoury of songs from his 30 year career. Songs that have stood the test of time, which he always finds new ways to re-introduce to his fans. Not averse to experimentation, he follows his audiences mood in order to create unique experiences.
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"Thessaloniki from Cassander to the Crusaders: Faces of a metropolis through the ages"
Date:Thursday 27 October 2016 [19:00] Venue: The Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, W1U 5AS Details:
An illustrated lecture in English by Dr. John Leonard (Archaeologist, Journalist and Autho0r and traditional Macedonian Dances by Lykeion ton Hellinidon
Free to the public but please confirm attendance by 14 October 2015 to email@example.com
Organised by Macedonian Society of Great Britain
Photography exhibition “Cyprus in Time”
Date: Monday 24 October - Friday 25 November 2016 Venue: Atrium Gallery, Old Building, LSE Details:
The photography exhibition “Cyprus in Time” by Cypriot artist photographer and journalist Antigoni Solomonidou Droussiotou seeks to portray, through a series of black and white photos, the numerous contrasts in religious and political tradition, daily habits and everyday life evident on the divided island of Cyprus. These photos were captured throughout many years spent exploring and observing both sides of the island.
Doors open at 10.30pm
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Date: Tuesday 1 November to Thursday 24 November 2016 Venue: The Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, W1U 5AS Details:
Amaryllis Kostaropoulou communicates the duality and contrast that she senses around her through collage, sketching and painting.
Her exhibition comprises of several artwork pieces that celebrate creativity as a remedy against the absurd world, while adopting part of the vast represen- tations found in her native Greek culture.
Meet the artist: Tuesday 1 November, 6.30pm-8.30pm.
For opening hours call 020 7487 5060.
Date: Monday 07 November & Tuesday 08 November 2016 Venue: The Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, W1U 5AS Details:
Katerina, the new play adapted for the stage and directed by Yorgos Nanouris based on “The Book of Katerina”, by Auguste Corteau, has touched, moved and shaken a growing audience already counting more than 25,000 people, winning critical acclaim.
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Date:Saturday 15, & Sunday 16 October 2016 Venue: Main Hall Palmers Green N13 Details:
A big 2 day extavaganza weekend offering a fantastic oportunity to see for the first time in London a 4-piece Pontian band from Greece which will be playing in this fantastic open space venue in Palmers Green, North London. There will be plenty of space for dancing not to mention all the delicious Greek food available as well as whole host of drinks including our favourite tsipouro!
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Date: Tuesday 11 October to Thursday 27 October 2016 Venue: The Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, W1U 5AS Details:
Vasso Triga shows how her painting frees her imagination and allows opportunities for ‘happy accidents’ to influence the finished project. Through her use of colour, every specific image transcends itself, to an almost abstract composition and a positive message is conveyed. Meet the artist: Tuesday 18 October, 6.30pm-8.30pm. For opening hours call 020 7487 5060.
This book captures and analyzes the socio-cultural and scientific activities of the Greek community of London, a community consisting of thousands of Greek students and scientists as well as by leading businessmen and professionals. With a simple yet vivid way the author provides an overview of the numerous organizations that, despite a lack of resources,
managed in the period 1974 - 2004 to enable Greeks of London to put Greece and its interests in the public domain through a variety of activities - lectures and conferences, debates and art exhibitions. In parallel there were activities aiming to preserve contact between the Diaspora and Greece. The book is written in a systematic and well-articulated manner, and will be of interest not only to Greeks who lived in London during this period but it is also a valuable addition to the growing collection of writing focusing on the Greek Diaspora, which is recognised to have contributed in various ways and at different times to the transformation of modern Greek society.