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 Homeopathic Medical Doctor, registered with the Faculty of Homeopathy,UK and the General Medical Council,UK, email: pathan@otenet.gr More details
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 Greek hairdresser in London that can make you look fabulous from the comfort of your home..
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 Fully qualified Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist, accredited member of BACP and HCPC registered psychologist. Tel: 07583727454 More details
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 I am a violin teacher in based in west London. I can teach beginners to Master level, children and adults are welcome.
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16 SEP: Vassilis Karras
09 OCT: Giorgis Christodoulou and Andriana Mpampali
24 OCT: Natassa Bofiliou
[Ticket]
06 FEB: Dimitra Galani - Eleni Tsaligopoulou - Giota Negka
  




  London Greek Embassy 
  High Commission of the Republic of Cyprus 
  Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain 
  Hellenic Centre 
  Anglo-Hellenic League 
  Union of Greek Students in London 
  Greek Parents Association 





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.

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Natassa Bofiliou live
Date: Monday 24 October 2016
Venue: KOKO Club, 1A Camden High St, London NW1 7JE
Details: A once-in-a-lifetime momentum, captured by three of the most talented artists of their generation: Natassa Bofiliou (vocals), Themis Karamouratidis (composition and instrumentation) and Gerasimos Evaggelatos (lyrics and artistic direction) in a new album and a dazzling, inspiring, revealing performance.
For more information and bookings click here.


Buy your tickets here!

Natassa Bofiliou


Vasilis Karras Live

Vasilis Karras Live
Date:Friday 16 September 2016
Venue: Kervan Banqueting Suite, 293-303 Fore Street, N9 0PD
Details: Vasilis Karras Live in London. For tickets please call:
‎Greek‬ - 07576 419391
‪‎English‬ - 07453 536433
‪‎Bulgarian‬ - 07578 396006



Theatre: Sunset at the Villa Thalia
Date: Wednwesdy 25 May to Thursday 04 August 2016
Venue: Dorfman Theatre (National Theatre), South Bank, London SE1 9PX
Details: April 1967: Greece is in political turmoil. Charlotte and Theo have retreated to a small island in search of peace and inspiration. But when they meet a charismatic American couple at the port they are seduced into making choices with devastating consequences.
For more information and bookings click here.

Sunset at the Villa Thalia


Babis Stokas & Erofili

Babis Stokas & Erofili
Date: Sunday 02 October 2016
Venue: Dingwalls, Middle Yard, Camden Lock, NW1 8AB
Details: Babis Stokas, a Greek singer, and songwriter and a founding member of the Rock group Pyx Lax (Πυξ Λαξ), one of the most popular Greek bands of the contemporary music scene, to which he participated as a lead singer, lyricist, and composer will give a live concert in London. Along with him as a guest singer will be Erofili, which measures several years of significant presence in the Greek music scene through her personal discography and with Trifono a band that was loved in Greece.
For more information and bookings click here.



"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: Lecture by Dr John Leonard.
Free to the public but please confirm attendance by 14 October 2015 to sec@macedonia.org.uk
Organised by Macedonian Society of Great Britain

Thessaloniki


Thessaloniki

Pitsa Papadopoulou Live
Date: Sunday 09 October 2016
Venue: Grand Palace Banqueting Suite, 242 High Road, Wood Green, London, N22 8JX
Details: Pitsa Papadopoulou Live



Ποντιακό γλέντι
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!
For more information and bookings click here.

Pontiako glenti







                                                               











Ελληνες στο Λονδινο (Greeks in London)
By Dr Nikandros Bouras



Athens - The Truth, by David Cade

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.














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