Your guide to Greek life in London.
In this site you will find information about Greek events in London, Greek restaurants, clubs and bars, places to buy Greek products or book a Greek holiday and a lot more...

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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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Greek live music night with PAKAW
Date: Saturday 31 January 2015 [19:00 - 10:30]
Venue: The Greek Larder, Arthouse, 1 York Way, King’s Cross, London, N1C 4AS
Details: Join us for a wonderful evening of Greek Music and Greek Food ...with PAKAW. The all-female band that pushes the boundaries of the traditional. With Greek music at their core these five tangy, international women excite with their sultry vocals and versatile musicianship. Bookings essential.


Hellenic Observatory

The Restructuring of the Greek Economy: 2010-2014
Date: Tuesday 3 February 2015
Venue: Cañada Blanch Room, COW 1.11, Cowdray House, LSE, Portugal Street, WC2A 2AE
Details: Lecture by Professor Panos Tsakloglou (Department of International and European Economic Studies, Athens University of Economics and Business). Organised by Hellenic Observatory.
For further informarion please click here.

On Kurtulus Street
Date: Monday 12 January to Thursday 29 January 2015
Venue: Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, W1U 5AS
Details: An exhibition of drawings and paintings by Sophie Charalambous, documenting the unique atmosphere of Skala in Larnaka and exploring the artist’s memories. Private view Thursday 15 January, 6.30-8.30pm. For opening hours call 020 7487 5060.

On Kurtulus Street

New Year's Celebrations at The Hellenic Centre

New Year's Celebrations at The Hellenic Centre
Date: Saturday 24 January 2015 [17:00 to 20:00]
Venue: Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, W1U 5AS
Details: Come & join us for the Hellenic Centre's New Year's celebrations with live music, vasilopita and wine on Saturday, the 24th of January in our unique first celebration and event for 2015! Our special guest will be Giorgis Christodoulou, with his critically acclaimed performance, 'Serenade', accompanied by the talented jazz guitarist, Panagiotis Athanatos.
For further informarion and bookings please click here.

Theatre: Birdphobia
Date: Tuesday 14 - Sunday 18 April 2015
Venue: The Space, 269 West Ferry Road, London, E14 3RS

Details: Birdphobia is a bitter-sweet story about mother-daughter relationship. A non-ordinary modern family with a control freak mother, obsessed with statues and pigeons, a homeless father, ex-hunter and an artist daughter, try to explore family dynamics. Some of them are free like birds and others static as statues. But in Birdphobia?s absurd world the statues can walk and the birds don?t know how to fly.
Written and Directed by Eirini Dermitzaki
For bookings click here.


Euripides' Bacchae

Theatre: Euripides' Bacchae
Date: Thursday 05 - Wednesday 11 March 2015
Venue: Theatro Technis, 26 Crowndale Road, London, NW1 1TT
Details: Chris Vervain Mask Theatre presents Euripides' Bacchae.
Tickets: Standard: £10 / Concession: £7
To book online please go to
For more information click here.

Thanasis Papakonstantinou
Date: Sunday 15 March 2015 [19:00]
Venue: KOKO, 1A Camden High Street, London, NW1 7JE
Details: Greek singer songwriter Thanasis Papakonstantinou studied Mechanical Engineering in Thessaloniki before devoting himself exclusively to music. Now living in Larissa, Papakonstantinou writes music in the Greek folk idiom. His songs stem from his own recollections of the traditional songs his parents sang while working in the fields - often combining them with modern and rock elements.
For more information and bookings click here.



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Honey, Olives, Octopus: Adventures at the Greek Table
By Christopher Bakken

The Greek Myths: The Complete and Definitive Edition

Combining the best of memoir, travel literature, and food writing, Christopher Bakken delves into one of the most underappreciated cuisines in Europe in this rollicking celebration of the Greek table. He explores the traditions and history behind eight elements of Greek cuisine--olives, bread, fish, cheese, beans, wine, meat, and honey--and journeys
through the country searching for the best examples of each. He picks olives on Thasos, bakes bread on Crete, eats thyme honey from Kythira with one of Greece's greatest poets, and learns why Naxos is the best place for cheese in the Cyclades. Working with local cooks and artisans, he offers an intimate look at traditional village life, while honoring the conversations, friendships, and leisurely ceremonies of dining around which Hellenic culture has revolved for thousands of years. A hymn to slow food and to seasonal and sustainable cuisine, "Honey, Olives, Octopus" is a lyrical celebration of Greece, where such concepts have always been a simple part of living and eating well.

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