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St Sophia Orthodox Greek Cathedral
The St Sophia Orthodox Greek Cathedral is located at Moscow Road, Bayswater W2 4LQ. [www.stsophia.org.uk]
Divine Liturgy every Sunday at 10:00.
Dimitra Galani / Eleni Tsaligopoulou / Giota Nega
Date:Monday 06 February 2017 [19:00] Venue: Barbican Centre, Silk Street London Details:
Three of Greece's greatest singers take you on a journey through the country's rich musical heritage, from traditional folk and ethnic songs through to there modern descendants, Rebetiko and Laika. Sitting at a crossroads between Asia and Europe, Greek music manages to combine influences from both into something wholly unique.
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Date: Tuesday 28 February 2017 Venue: KOKO Club 1A Camden High Street, London, NW1 7JE Details:
George Mazonakis, one of the biggest stars in Greece, is coming to London for the first time for a special show. The multi-platinum singer has experienced profound success throughout more than 20 years of his discography and live performances. He put himself in a continuously changing and evolving process concerning his personal style and his repertoire choices.
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Stamatis Kraounakis - "One man show"
Date: Friday 27 January 2017 [20L00] Venue: Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, London N1 2UN Details:
The Greek music composer Stamatis Kraounakis along with Speira Speira promise you a unique nostalgic and exciting Friday evening with three generations of Greek songs. A show already playing in Greece gathered the support and applause of the audience, friends, journalists, social media and politicians who all became ‘’All as One’’.
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The Hellenic Centre New Year Celebration
Date: Saturday 21 January 2017 [20:00} Venue: Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, W1U 5AS Details:
With the Greek Collective featuring Christina Maxouri. At the Hellenic Centre we always like to celebrate the New Year on a positive and cheerful note. It is the time of year we get together and share vasilopitta, the traditional New Year’s cake, with you. Let’s meet then and celebrate a happy 2017 with a glass of wine and a unique programme of live Greek music and dancing.
Tickets £18; price includes live music, vasilopitta and a glass of wine.
Bookings: 020 74875060 or https://hcnewyearcelebration.eventbrite.co.uk.
Date:Monday 20 February 2017 [19:00] Venue: O2 Academy Islington, 16 Parkfield St, London, N1 0PS Details:
Yiannis Aggelakas: Live in London. Further details TBA.
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Greek tragedy on the small screen [Reading]
Date: Wednesday 25 January - 07 February 2017 Venue: Minghella Building , University of Reading Details:
A film season presented by the Department of Classics in collaboration with Reading Film Theatre and the Department of Film, Theatre and Television. Greek tragedy is ancient but always new, because the classic plays offer so many ways to explore our contemporary predicaments. Between 1958 and 1990 British TV showed dozens of films of Greek tragedy, beaming stories of war, revenge, and heroism directly into the home. This season allows us to revisit some of the most exciting and historic productions, linked by the theme of the Trojan War.
25 January: Iphigenia at Aulis
01 February: Agamemnon: Part One of The Serpent Son
07 February: Electra
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An Evening of Traditional Cypriot Music & Dance
Date:Sunday, 29 January 2017 [19:00] Venue: Millfield Theatre, Silver St, Edmonton, London N18 1PJ Details:
Aradippou Association UK proudly presents a unique opportunity to experience traditional Greek-Cypriot music and dance at its very best. A celebration of Cyprus’ rich and diverse culture can be enjoyed in this first of its kind concert in London.
The Cyprus-based ensemble of around 20 performers will be showcasing an array of Greek-Cypriot songs, dances and "chiattista", accompanied by traditional instruments and costumes. The renowned Kyriakos Mappouras Band and the Aradippiotiki Parea Dancing Group promise you a night not to be missed!
Book your tickets at Millfield Theatre Box Office or from Greek City (020 8889 0186) or by calling us on 07469 295 799.
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.