Hellenic Centre

Our Purpose

Established in 1994, the Hellenic Centre offers a diverse programme of events, including lectures, exhibitions, concerts, social events and Greek language courses to promote awareness of Hellenic culture in the UK and nurture the relationship between Britain and the Hellenic world.

Cultural events

06 Oct

Yaroumbi – Classical Settings of Greek Folk Songs

Music Recital by sopranos Elena Xanthoudakis, Christiana Aloneftis, mezzo soprano Luisa Barry and a prolific chamber ensemble conducted by Anastasios Strikos.

Venue hire

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 fashion shows, weddings, and bespoke events.

venue hire rates and packages

Learn Greek

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 Autumn Term

Autumn Term starts on 02/10/2017.
Registration for the Autumn Term courses from 05/09/17 until 22/09/17
Beginners 2 on Tuesdays is now fully booked.
Some places available for Beginners 2 on Fridays

Become a Member

Members receive discounts on Greek language courses and paid events and invitations to private views and other events. Individual membership costs £50.

What's on

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.

26 Sep 2017 Tue

Amerika Square UK Premiere

Marblemen Productions is proud to announce that our Greek feature film drama AMERIKA SQUARE is having its UK premiere at Raindance Film Festival on Tuesday 26 September, at VUE WEST END at 17:45 hrs.

It was hailed as “one of the best European films to date on the subject of immigration” (The Hollywood Reporter).

It charts the intersecting fates of three people living in an Athens housing complex: a local tattoo artist , a Syrian refugee and a xenophobic nationalist. What plays out between them is a bracing, morally complex look at the human side of the immigration debate.

This exceptional and critically acclaimed film has won Best Film and Audience awards at Festivals in Greece, Italy, Bulgaria, China and Los Angeles and it has been selected to represent Greece at the Academy Awards (Oscars)2018, for consideration in the category of ‘Best Foreign Language Film’.

Link for further details, a trailer and application for tickets.


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