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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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Alksistis Protopsalti

Alksistis Protopsalti LIVE
Date: Monday 26 November 2018
Venue: Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, London N1 2UN
Details: One of the most important Greek singers, with more than 43 years of career, 28 personal albums, all of them golden or platinum.
Alkistis has performed for iconic venues around the world, such as the Metropolitan Museum of New York, the Opera of Havana in Cuba, the Opera House of Kremlin in Moscow, the Library of Alexandria and many more.

Konstantina LIVE
Date: Monday 25 November 2018
Venue: The Penridge Banqueting Suite, 470 Bowes Rd, Arnos Grove, London N11 1NL
Details: London Greek Radio are excited to announce that Greek singer Konstantina will be performing live at the Penridge Suite. Join us for our dinner & dance featuring a live performance by Konstantina & her musicians. Including George Gregoriou on bouzouki, Nikos Savvides on guitar & Giannakis on Keyboard.
Tickets are £35 & £40. For more information call London Greek Radio on 020 8349 6950.

Sisyphus Distressing


Kourelou LIVE
Date: Saturday 24 November 2018
Venue: Balabam, 58-60 High Road, London N15 6JU
Details: Kourelou is a Greek word meaning ‘Patchwork.’ The band draws on Greek roots as well as music from other areas of the South Balkans to produce a vibrant musical mash with a contemporary twist. Do not expect muzak versions of Zorba and do not bring plates to break. Instead get ready to experience music that has unbelievable traditional diversity and wealth in a way that is engaging, jazzy and dynamic.

Sisyphus Distressing
Date: Thursday 15 November 2018
Venue: Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, W1U 5AS
Details: Sisyphus Distressing is a dynamic sonic theatre project, built around the myth of Sisyphus, as it was seen through the eyes of Albert Camus. Composed by Gregory Emfietzis (Greece/UK) and devised by the Metapraxis Ensemble (UK), it consists of 7 sounding and muted acts, combining video, text (in English), acting/movement and construction/design. For bookings please click here.

Sisyphus Distressing

A Glimpse Through The Ages

"A Glimpse Through The Ages" - Saint Sophia Choir
Date: Friday 30 November 2018 [19:15]
Venue: St Sophia Greek Cathedral, Moscow Road, Bayswater, London W2 4LQ
Details: Featuring works from the choir's repertoire reflecting its long history including contemporary compositions. The concert will be followed by refreshments and a historical exhibition.
Directed by Costas Manoras.
Tickets £15, Concessions £10


An Octopus in My Ouzo: Loving Life on a Greek Island, By Jennifer Barclay

An Octopus in My Ouzo

Escape to the sunlight and colour of a wild island in the south Aegean. When Jennifer moves alone into the Honey Factory on a tiny Greek island,

bringing a laptop, her hiking boots and plans for a peaceful life, she has no idea what surprises are in store. Diving into an exciting new life with a fisherman, she learns something every day. Joining the dancing at local festivals and helping at a café on the beach, surviving winter storms and finding a canine companion, she is faced with both challenges and rewards, and discovers that to become an island woman she must live small and think big.

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