16 Sep 2019 Monday
Discussion

Contemporary Security Frameworks and the Peace Talks in Cyprus

Seminar on Cyprus: The event will feature brief presentations by Professor Yuji Uesugi, Dr Emel Akcali and Dr Neophytos Loizides followed by discussion with the audience.

Organised by Cypriot Estia

Free entry, RSVP

The Hellenic Centre
08 Oct 2019 Tuesday
Discussion

Stratis Myrivilis Presentation

A presentation on the anniversary of 50 years after the death of the Great Greek writer Stratis Myrivilis presented by his granddaughter Mrs Christina Angelopoulou.

Free entry; RSVP

The Hellenic Centre
09 Oct 2019 Wednesday
Discussion lecture

Constantinople & the Constantinopolitans through the centuries

The event will consist of two presentations by prominent academics followed by a panel discussion.

Organised by the Association of Constantinopolitan Greeks in the UK (ACGUK)

Free entry, RSVP

The Hellenic Centre
15 Oct 2019 Tuesday
Discussion Presentation

Dimitrios Skyllas: The first Greek composer of the BBC Symphony Orchestra in history: from Epidaurus to the Barbican

Dimitrios Skyllas will be joined by Paul Hughes, director of the BBC Orchestra, to discuss about the composer’s diverse influences from religion to cinema, and to screen videos of his music from the tragedy ‘Electra’ at the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus. The concert is at the Barbican 29 January 2020. Moderated by Dimitrios Kraniotis, Co-founder of Ark4Art.

Free entry, RSVP

The Hellenic Centre
28 Oct 2019 Monday
Discussion Presentation

Nearchos Clerides Presentation

Presentation in Greek on Nearchos Clerides a prominent figure in the education, literature and education of Cyprus during the beginning of the 20th Century.

Organised by the Nearchos Clerides Cultural Foundation, Cyprus

Free entry – RSVP

The Hellenic Centre
05 Nov 2019 Tuesday
Discussion lecture

Human Rights in relation to the Property Issue in Cyprus – Latest Developments

Human Rights have dominated the Property Issue in Cyprus. The latest developments in Cyprus and the European Court of Human Rights will be presented.

Free Entry; RSVP

The Hellenic Centre
22 Nov 2019 Friday
Discussion literary music performances

Byron, Greece, and European musical conversations

European influences on Greek music of the late 19th and early 20th century and Byron’s affiliation with Greece during the Revolution, revealed through selected violin and piano works and Byron’s poetry.

Organised by the Hellenic Centre and Supported by Dr S. Retsas in memory of the late Dr Diana G Rees (Retsas)

Booking Essential

£10, £8 Concessions

HC Members Free

The Hellenic Centre