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St Sophia Orthodox Greek Cathedral
The St Sophia Orthodox Greek Cathedral is located at Moscow Road, Bayswater W2 4LQ. []
Divine Liturgy every Sunday at 10:00.

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Panos Kiamos
Date: Sunday 11 October 2015 [19:00]
Venue: The Forum, 9-17 Highgate Road, Kentish Town, NW5 1JY
Details: Panos Kiamos (Πάνος Κιάμος) is a Greek ”laiko”/pop singer, known for his distinctive voice and onstage energy.
For more information click here.

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Panos Kiamos

Guess who's going to die tonight

Theatre: “Guess who's going to die tonight” (Μάντεψε ποιος θα πεθάνει απόψε)
Date: Saturday 03 October 2015
Venue: Mermaid Theatre. Puddle Dock, Blackfriars, EC4V 3DB
Details: Guess who's going to die tonight is coming to London. Katia Dandoulaki and the cast promise you a night full of mystery. Directors: Mixalis Reppas, Thanasis Papathanasiou.
For more information please click here.
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Theatre: Dark Matter
Date: Monday 10 & Tuesday 11 August 2015 [18:00]
Venue: Etcetera Theatre, 265 Camden High St, London NW1 7BU
Details: Set in a contemporary Care Home, we use visual and physical storytelling methods to descend into the hallucinatory mind of Alfi who suffers from dementia. We are following his present and past in order to make sense of his life. A story about a man at the twilight of his life, fighting to reclaim the most important thing: himself.
Director: Mayra Stergiou
Writer: Eirini Dermitzaki, Mayra Stergiou
Book your ticket here

Borrowed Shoes

Vicky Pryce

"What next for Greece?"
Date: Wednesday 23 September 2015 [19:00]
Venue: Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, W1U 5AS
Details: Lecture in English by Mrs Vicky Pryce, Chief Economic adviser, CEBR.
Orgaised by the Macedonian Society of Great Britain.

The Wisdom of the Poem: K.P. Kavafis/A. Sikelianos – an innovative approach
Date: Friday 18 September [19:15]
Venue: Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, W1U 5AS
Details: The Wisdom of the Poem: K.P. Kavafis/A. Sikelianos – an innovative approach Every poem has dimensions beyond the visible contours, revealing the infinite within the limited, bringing the unconscious into consciousness. Honouring poetry as the highest art of life, Omilos Eksipiretiton (The Servers’ Society) presents a different and philosophical way to analyse it, through poems by K.P. Kavafis and A. Sikelianos. Free entry; booking essential on 0030 6936104960 or at Supported by the Hellenic Centre.

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Hellenic Nights

Hellenic Nights
Date: Every Friday from 23:00
Venue: Mason House 8-9 Argyll Street, W1F 7TF
Details: Join us Every Saturday in a stunning new venue in the heart of London! Our resident DJ, Sergio, will be flying to Athens on Friday to rock the decks for the opening party " Island & on Saturday will be back with us with all the latest summer tunes!
For tables and birthday bookings please call us on 07879063462 or email us code: Smart, strictly no trainers.

Book Presntation : Fallen Angel - Έκπτωτος Άγγελος
Date: Friday 25 September 2015 [19:15]
Venue: Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, W1U 5AS
Details: A presentation in Greek of Nicole-Anna Maniati’s book. Fallen Angel, nominated for the Literature Awards by the Ministry of Education and Culture of Cyprus, is a powerful, sensitive and revolutionary novel, dealing with self-harm and the cru- elty or indifference that drives children to it. Presented by Dr Kiki Sonidou. Excerpts read by Ariadne Mpoulouzou. Free entry; booking essential on 020 7563 9835 or at

Fallen Angel - Έκπτωτος Άγγελος

Camden Cypriot Women’s Organisation

Camden Cypriot Women’s Organisation - Volunteers wanted
Details: Camden Cypriot Women’s Organisation offers a befriending service which includes home visits and contact by telephone. This service is primarily aimed at our older women based in Camden who live alone or are housebound. Our hope is to alleviate the feelings of loneliness, depression and isolation through the support offered by the service. This valuable service is in high demand and we are always looking for Greek speaking individuals who can offer their time and compassion to an elderly woman from our community for an hour or two every week. All we ask is that you are able to commit to a minimum of 3 months. If you are interested, Please view the attached flyer, visit our website or email Greek flyer | English flyer

Borrowed Shoes
Date: Tuesday 29 September 2015
Venue: Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, W1U 5AS
Details: A ‘solo and a cappella’ music performance, knit together following emotional pathways, rather than a strict thematic line, aiming to break down the distance between performer and audience. Christina Maxouri ‘borrows’ old and new greek melodies, and interprets them ‘a cappella’, in a handmade, home-crafted performance, which allows for potential ‘imperfections’ and unexpected, surprising moments. ‘Borrowed Shoes’ were first presented in December 2013 and have since January 2015 continued their long journey around Greece and abroad. Guest: Pavlos Melas

Borrowed Shoes


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The Lost Crown of Apollo
By Suzanne Cordatos

The Lost Crown of Apollo

Climb aboard for an adventure to the Greek islands of past and present! You'll meet creatures of land and sea-and if you think pirates are a thing of the past, you might want to keep an eye on your valuables. Meet Elias Tantalos, an almost-eleven year old bad luck magnet
who escapes the most dreadful school year of his life by boarding a boat in the Aegean Sea where there are, happily, more rocks than people.
When he discovers a two-thousand-year-old good luck charm-the gold leaf crown meant for the sun god Apollo-he is sure the worst is behind him. Antiquity thieves are rummaging around the ancient Greek ruins, however, and when they kidnap his sister Elias knows he holds the perfect bait to lure the thieves away... but if he gives up Apollo's legendary Crown of Victory will sixth grade be even tougher than fifth? Can he find the inner strength to do the right thing?

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