Jul
06

Greek community outreach Brexit event CANCELLED

We would like to invite you to an event discussing the rights of Greek citizens living in the UK after EU Exit on 11 July from 18.00 – 21.00 at the Hellenic Centre, London. Her Majesty’s Government is committed to protecting the rights of European citizens living in the UK, and this will be an opportunity for you to hear from the Government first hand, to ask questions, and to voice […]

Jul
06

Cyprus at Westminster

1.30pm to 5.30pm – British-Cypriot Interactions post Brexit 6.30pm for 7.00pm – Cyprus Centre at Westminster University: Official Opening   Venue: University of Westminster, Fyvie Hall, Regent Street The Cyprus Centre of the University of Westminster would like to announce a seminar entitled; British-Cypriot Interactions post Brexit, which is being organised as part of this year’s Cyprus Events at Westminster. Maintaining Cyprus as its focus, this seminar will have an […]

Jul
02

Cyprus asserts itself as regional hub for climate-change research

The tiny island of Cyprus is reshaping itself into a regional hub for climate-change research. The country lies at the meeting point of the Mediterranean, the Middle East and North Africa — areas where climate change is expected to take a heavy toll in the coming decades, but where research capacity to address the issue is limited. Cyprus’s president, Nicos Anastasiades, announced plans on 5 June to create a government […]

Jun
29

Metapraxis VI: Sisyphus Distressing

Metapraxis VI: Sisyphus Distressing A music and theatre show, inspired by the myth of Sisyphus, through the eyes of Albert Camus. Sisyphus Distressing is an experimental music and theatre show, built around the myth of Sisyphus, as it was seen through the eyes of Albert Camus. Devised by Gregory Emfietzis, Sisyphus Distressing focuses on the values, ethics and struggles of modern society, inspired by the well-known myth. A highly emotional sonic journey melded with a variety of non-musical […]

Jun
29

Greek & Cypriot gastronomy in London: An ethnography

“Thanks to the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund and in collaboration with Eyes Wide Open we explored the culinary heritage of London’s Greek and Greek Cypriot community. On Saturday 30 June, we will launch the exhibition that resulted from our research and we would be delighted if you would join us. You will be among the first to see video and photographic documentations of the Greek and Greek Cypriot community’s heritage, […]

Jun
29

The Athonian Management, by Thodoris Spiliotis

The Athonian Management By Thodoris Spiliotis, MBA, Founder & CEO at ESURVEY; Author; Founder Athonian Management Introduction In this article, I present key concepts from a recent study published in the book “The CEO-Monk” (Spiliotis, 2017) on the management practices that Monasteries in the Holy Mountain of Athos in Greece are run. The millennium-old method of managing economics, operations, communications and human resources in these establishments has withstood the test of time while it […]

Jun
29

Reporting the Road to Brexit: Media and EU Referendum 2016

REPORTING BREXIT – BOOK LAUNCH To mark the launch of the new book ‘Reporting the Road to Brexit’ (Ridge-Newman et al. 2018), we are holding a panel event in partnership with the UK in a Changing Europe at Kings College London, 6pm, 29 June, 2018. Speakers include Drs Anthony Ridge-Newman, Fernando León-Solís and Marina Dekavalla as well as media practitioners and the UK in a Changing Europe team. Refreshments provided. The […]

Jun
29

Sofia Petropoulou exhibition

In Greek painter Sofia Petropolou’s abstract pieces the formal aspects of art – colour, lines and composition – take precedence over the object of representation. Drawing from both the natural elements and the urban landscapes Petropolou does not escape from real sources, yet permits colour and gesture to dictate composition. Sofia Petropoulou was born in 1964.  She currently lives and works in Athens following a nine year stay in Luxembourg.  […]

Jun
22

A Respectable Wedding

Theatre Lab Company students present Bertolt Brecht’s A RESPECTABLE WEDDING, directed by Anastasia Revi at the Playground Theatre on the 30th June & 1st July. Everyone loves a good wedding, when family and friends gather to celebrate the betrothal of their beloveds, but after this one… you might think twice. Brecht’s play, A Respectable Wedding, is a raucous comedy of disasters that swings with tunes from the 30s for the […]

Jun
22

Saturday night at Morton’s Mayfair (in Greek)

Ένα φοβερό και τρομερό πάρτυ γεννεθλίων το προηγούμενο Σάββατο στο Morton’s Mayfair για τα 13 χρόνια παρουσίας των Hellenic Nights-London! Ευχαριστούμε όλους εσάς που μας τιμήσατε με την παρουσία σας αλλά και γενικά όλους εσάς που έχετε στηρίξει αυτή την προσπάθεια όλα αυτά τα χρόνια Έχουμε μεταφέρει το απόλυτο Ελληνικό στέκι του κεντρικού Λονδίνου στο πιο prime location της πόλης, στην γειτονιά του Sexy Fish, Annabel’s, Novikov και Nobu, στην […]

Jun
22

The Photographs of Joan Leigh Fermor: Artist and Lover

On the occasion of the publication of The Photographs of Joan Leigh Fermor: Artist and Lover, Ian Collins, who edited the collection together with Olivia Stewart, will give an illustrated presentation to be followed by a Q&A session. Elusive, enigmatic and beautiful, Joan Leigh Fermor (1912-2003) was also one of the finest photographers of her time. Although hailed and hired by John Betjeman and Cyril Connolly from the 1930s, and a remarkable recorder of the […]

Jun
22

Tsaf Tsouf Greek playgroup

Η τελευταία μας συνάντηση στο Τσαφ Τσουφ για αυτή τη σχολική χρονιά θα γίνει τη Κυριακή 8/7, στα γνωστά μας λημέρια, στη Κρύπτη της Αγίας Σοφίας, στο Bayswater, μεταξύ 11.00 και 13.00.  ΑΚΥΡΩΘΗΚΕ Μια εβδομάδα μετά, τη Κυριακή 15/7 το Τσαφ Τσουφ θα ταξιδέψει στο Ham και συγκεκριμένα στη Ham branch library (αίθουσα Annex), τις ίδιες ώρες, μεταξύ 11.00 και 13.00. Μπορείτε να κάνετε κράτηση σε όποιο από τα δύο μέρη είναι πιο […]