Our events are open to anyone interested in Greek and Cypriot culture. Most events are free and conducted in English.
An event organised by DEXEU (Department for Exiting the European Union) discussing the rights of Greek citizens living in the UK after EU exit.
Free entry, limited spaces available.
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.
Tangos and Smyrni traditional songs
Open House – Free entry to London’s best buildings!
Directed by Anastasia Revi
Produced by Theatre Lab and The Hellenic Centre
Based on the novel by George Seferis
Hellenic Centre Members and concessions £20
One of the most successful female artists of all time, the legendary chanson singer NANA MOUSKOURI, known for hits such as ‘The White Rose of Athens’ and ‘Only Love’ will be returning to London for one special show.
Piano recital with Dora Bakopoulou and Elli Paspala
The event is organised by the Hellenic Centre. Sponsored by the Foundation for Hellenic Culture.
£15, £12 concessions
Illustrated lecture by John Kittmer
Concert with pianist and composer Christodoulos Georgiades
£17 and £12 for HC Members/concessions to include a glass of wine.
In November 2018, the Levantine Heritage Foundation will hold its third international conference, “The Levantines: Identities and Heritage” in Athens.
A course designed by storyteller-facilitators Stella Kassimati and Pelin Turgut to empower anyone to find, craft and share their family stories, especially around themes of loss, exile, belonging and making a new home.
A £95 deposit is required to confirm your place with the balance due by October 3rd.
Cost: £195 per person includes tuition and coffee/tea/biscuits.
Minimum number of participants: 6