The Hellenic Centre offers a rich programme of lectures, exhibitions, concerts, social events, and Greek language courses to promote awareness of Hellenic culture and nurture UK relations with the Hellenic world.
MEETING & EVENT SPACES FOR HIRE
The Hellenic Centre is a central London venue with a variety of meeting rooms and event spaces available to hire all year round. It offers smaller rooms for meetings, larger spaces for conferences and training workshops and the Great Hall for larger gatherings such as fashions shows, weddings, product launches and bespoke corporate events.
Greek courses for all levels, from Alpha to Omega
We run Greek language courses for groups and individuals; we hold conversation classes and help prepare for the C1 & C2 Certificate of Attainment in Greek.
BEGINNERS 2 on Mondays 6.30-8pm
is now FULLY BOOKED
Available places for Beginners 2 on Thursdays 6.30-8pm
and Fridays 6.30-8pm
Key course dates
- Winter Term ends: 5 April 2019
- Spring/Summer Courses timetable: available on 1 April 2019
- Spring/Summer Term registration: 1-19 April 2019
- Spring/Summer Term starts: 29 April 2019
- Spring/Summer Term ends: 15 July 2019
- Registration: (i) download form (ii) email it to email@example.com (iii) call 020 7563 9831 to make a card payment
Greek course books
Once your place on a course is confirmed, you can get all course books directly from the Hellenic Centre office.
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GENIUS LOCI – Ioannis Kissonerghis and British landscape painters
The development of landscape painting and its establishment as an important thematic constituent of Cypriot art is closely connected to the work of Ioannis Kissonerghis. He is also the source of the tradition of painting en plein air – that is, from nature – which was followed by all Cypriot artists during the first six decades of the 20th century.
Aiming at illuminating as clearly as possible the first steps of Cypriot art in the early 20th century, the exhibition will examine the relationship between Ioannis Kissonerghis and the landscape painting tradition created in Cyprus by traveller-artists, in particular British visitors or temporary residents of the island.
This connection will be traced in the works of such artists as William Hawkins (1845-1902), H. W. Seton-Karr (1858-1938), John Everett, (Evelyn) May Chenevix Trench (1887-1977), Tristram Ellis (1844-1922) and others.
Ioannis Kissonerghis, St Helarion, Watercolour, A G Leventis Gallery, Nicosia
07 Jun 2019 Fri
An illustrated lecture by Gonda van Steen, Koraes Professor of Modern Greek and Byzantine History, Language and Literature, King’s College London.
Organised by the Society of Modern Greek Studies.
Free entry, booking essential.The Hellenic Centre
23 Jun 2019 Sun
Karaghiozis and the Riddles of the Vizier’s Daughter – Ο Καραγκιόζης και τα Αινίγματα της Βεζυροπούλας
Shadow theatre puppet show in Greek by Thodoris Kostidakis – an experienced shadow puppeteer, drama therapist and member of the Greek Association of Shadow Theatre.
£15 for adults and children over 3; adults admitted only if accompanying children.
£54 for family of fourThe Hellenic Centre