Greek Celebration for the New Year organised by Lykion ton Hellinidon.
Christmas lunch organised by Lykion ton Hellinidon.
An exhibition of icons and other artefacts dating from 1600 to 1800, along with a short talk on icons and their history.
A lecture by Prof Mary Koutselini of the University of Cyprus, and UNESCO Chair Holder for Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment.
The Christmas Ball organised by the Macedonian Society of Great Britain. Dress code: smart evening wear.
Scientists present medicine / biomedical science research papers for judging by the Hellenic Medical Society.
Dr D Kourkoumelis of the Ministry of Culture and Sports will give a lecture on the wreck of Lord Elgin’s ship, which wrecked and lost its cargo of antiquities en route from Piraeus to London.
Pavlos Carvalho (cello) is joined by award-winning musicians Lucy Jeal (violin), Alexandros Koustas (viola) and Karine Selo (piano) for an afternoon of romantic chamber music by Schumann, Brahms and Mozart. A fundraising event for Rebetiko Carnival.
Lose yourself in the atmosphere and emotion of a familiar children’s story, told on a variety of instruments.
Editor Marianne Salentin-Trager will be presenting this book on the hospitality and food of Cyprus. The presentation will be complimented by an exhibition of photographs from the book.
A lecture (in English) by Prof Peter Giannoudis, School of Medicine, University of Leeds.
Natalie Katsou reads her poems, in Greek and English, followed by a spoken word performance accompanied by live music.
Prof Edith Hall (of KCL) analyses the relationship between Spike Lee’s film Chi-raq (2015) and Aritophanes’ play Lysistrata, from which Chi-raq draws its inspiration.
Yorgos Nanouris has adapted Auguste Corteau’s The Book of Katerina for the stage, and also directs Lena Papaligoura in the starring role in this new play, which has moved audiences and won critical acclaim.
Amaryllis Kostaropoulou’s exhibition of collage, sketches and paintings celebrate creativity as a remedy against the absurd world.
Excavating the past and its people: a fortified settlement and its cemetery at Xobourgo on the island of TenosAt Online on 02 Mar 2024
The Greek Archaeological Committee (UK) is very pleased to invite you to its 63rd lecture, by Dr Nota Kourou, Professor Emerita of the University of Athens
Organised by the Greek Archaeological Committee (UK)