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.

Online Concert in Solidarity with the Seafarers and Their Families Around the World

Organised by the Tsavliris Cultural Foundation, in an effort to raise awareness about the tremendous impact Covid-19 has had on seafarers globally.

Watch the concert online now!

1821 Commemorative Lecture Series and Exhibition

The Hand of Panagiotis Zographos, the Mind of Makriyannis
An exhibition of plates illustrating scenes from the War of Independence.
Organised by the Hellenic Centre under the aegis of the Greece 2021 Committee.

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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.

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Celebrating 1821

A series of events organised by The Hellenic Centre and collaborations across London-based institutions and organisations Celebrating 1821


Your donations are pivotal to the continuation of our cultural events programme, with over 60 cultural events per year, your support is valuable. Donate

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 students prepare for the C1 & C2 Certificate of Attainment in Greek.

Our Spring/Summer Term Courses
will run from 12 April until 3 July
available on Tuesday 6.30pm
or Wednesday 6.30pm

Online Classes take place
via Google Meet

Private tuition also available only via SKYPE.

More about our Greek courses

Key registration dates

The registration period for our
Spring/Summer Term Online Courses
will run from
15 March until 7 April 2021

To register for any of our courses

1. Read carefully our Terms & Conditions

2. Fill in our enrolment form and email it to greekcourses@helleniccentre.org

3. Call 020 7563 9831, Monday to Friday 10.30am-1.30pm and 4.30-6.30pm, to make a card payment

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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. More about Membership


For the time being all our events are online. Sign up to our newsletter to hear when we are back! Virtual Events


12 Apr 2021 Mon
To 09 May 2021 Sunday

Perpetual Urban Motion by Dimitris Nikolaou

Presenting his first online exhibition at the Hellenic Centre, Dimitris Nikolaou brings to London people, places, and moments of his city, Athens. A city in constant motion through his lens and the stories to be told, countless…

You can view the photography exhibition here.

Free Event

  • 07 May 2021 Fri
    To 11 May 2021 Tue

    Online Concert in Solidarity with the Seafarers and Their Families Around the World

    The Tsavliris Cultural Foundation, in an effort to raise awareness about the tremendous impact Covid-19 has had on seafarers globally and to provide support to the crews who are on the front line of this pandemic, organizes an online concert with prizewinning British Cypriot soprano, Katerina Mina. Katerina will perform her one-artist operatic program, recorded at the Great Hall of the Hellenic Centre of London, accompanying herself on the piano. Watch the concert here.

    Organised by Tsavliris Cultural Foundation, supported by the Hellenic Centre

    Concert will be available to watch on YouTube

  • 11 Jun 2021 Fri

    “The land of the great, the home of the brave.”

    Echoes of the Greek War of Independence on Stage.

    Dr Maria Georgopoulou’s presentation focuses on two theatrical plays written by American playwrights (Mordecai Noah and John Howard Payne) that were performed in New York and in London in 1822. The protagonist of both plays is Ali Pasha (c. 1740 – 1822), who contributed decisively, if unwittingly, to the struggle of the Greeks for their independence primarily because of the effect he had on Lord Byron.

    1821 Commemorative Lecture Series: The Greek War of Independence Revisited
    Organised by the Hellenic Centre

    Free entry
    Register in advance for this webinar here

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