Since 1994, offering a rich programme of events: lectures, exhibitions, concerts, social events, Greek language courses to promote awareness of Hellenic culture in the UK and nurture the relationship between UK and the Hellenic world.
This central London venue is situated in the heart of Marylebone, a vibrant hub of culture, fashion and individuality. It boasts several meeting and event spaces including the Great Hall, a blank canvas space, offering ultimate flexibility to accommodate all types of events from small meetings to large conferences, fashion shows, weddings, and bespoke events.
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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.more about our Greek courses
Key dates for Spring/Summer Term
Spring/Summer Term starts on 23/04/2018
Registration for the Spring/Summer Term courses from 26/03/17 until 13/04/18
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Most lectures, exhibitions, concerts and social events held at the Hellenic Centre itself are free to attend.
We occasionally list events held in other venues as well.
Agni Kapuscinska, a performance artist, actress and teacher, uses a unique physical language which Dimitris Kourakos sets to capture with his photographic lens; together, they are working in a collaborative way which is still evolving.
This multidisciplinary project ‘Where Do You Come From’ is an ongoing video, photography and performance work always progressing, unfolding deep feelings and thoughts to the audience.
Accordring to the two artists, “the Animal symbolism is simply an animal within, the sacred connection we have with nature, that part that we often neglect. We all share one Spirit the essence of living energy, interconnecting our lives in the most profound ways. It’s a long forgotten link to our ancient past where Therianthropes existed in the consciousness of our ancestors and were portrayed in prehistoric Art on rocks and caves and were preserved within legends and myths”.
Meet the Artist: Friday 1st June, 18:30-20:30
30 Jun 2018 Sat
An event dedicated to the great female icons of re- betiko Eskenazy, Abatzi, Bellou, Haskil, Georgakopoulou, and Ninou among others.
Organised by Rebetiko Carnival. Supported by the Hellenic Centre.
Tickets £15, students £10; sales at the door £18 (cash only) but only if tickets are not sold out onlineThe Hellenic Centre
05 Jul 2018 Thu
Joan Leigh Fermor (1912 – 2002) was one of the finest photographers of her time.
She most excelled in pictures of unspoilt Greece between 1945- 1960.
Free entry; booking essentialThe Hellenic Centre
30 Jul 2018 MonTo 04 Aug 2018 Sat
After successful performances at the Wallace Collection in London, in Copenhagen and in Athens, Dimitra Barla’s autobiographical one-woman show The Cloakroom Attendant, directed by Natalie Katsou, comes to the Camden Fringe.
£10, £8Tristan Bates Theatre
22 Sep 2018 SatTo 22 Sep 2018 Sat
Tangos and Smyrni traditional songs
FreeThe Hellenic Centre