Musicians of London for Athens
Jul
27

Musicians of London for Athens

In light of the recent tragedy that hit the suburbs of Athens, where wildfires left dozens of people dead, and hundreds more missing and injured, Greek folk musicians of London and their friends are holding a fundraising concert. This Saturday 28th July join Cigdem Aslan and Tahir Palali, Athur Methau, Mutsumi Abe, and members of the bands Anatolian Collective, Amaraterra, Nefes, Pakaw, Peran, Peyman Heydarian and the Voice of the […]

May
04

Eleonora Zouganeli: Interview – Συνέντευξη Ελεωνόρας Ζουγανέλη

Eleonora Zouganeli gave an exclusive interview to our very own Kostas Voros ahead of her concert in London on Wedensday 16 May 2018. The event is organised by Ark4Art. Η Ελεωνόρα Ζουγανέλη, έδωσε μία αποκλειστική συνέντευξη στον Κώστα Βώρο εν όψη της συναυλίας της στο Λονδίνο που θα γίνει την Τετάρτη 16 Μαΐου 2018. Οργάνωση συναυλίας Ark4Art.  

Mar
22

Orthodox Easter Fiesta – Πανηγύρι Πάσχα

Live traditional music by Kourelou, 8-piece. Dances from the Aegean, Crete, Epirus, Ikaria, Thessalia, Macedonia and all over Greece. Greek wines and beers. Souvlaki-wraps by GreekTreat.co.uk St John’s church on Wightman road offers a great space with a large hall, an outdoor yard and easy access by car (free parking), tube or overground. Previous events by the London Greek Collective/Kourelou have sold out so booking early is advisable. St John The Baptist, Wightman Rd, Hornsey, London […]

Mar
22

Daemonia Nymphe: Psychostasia II – The Ritual

“Five years have passed since the first calling to the mystical old Cholmeley boys’ club. Now is the time for the ritual at the bewitching Asylum Chapel to occur. At the completion of the ceremony in its natural space, you may witness the sacrament; but you may not reveal what you have seen, heard or experienced.” Acoustic music with ‘ancient’ Greek instruments, with artists of fire, air, whispers and words. […]

Mar
22

Crowdfunding – Islands of Greece

This is an unusual event. A talented photographer, Milan Gonda, who is currently based in Athens, Greece is trying to crowdfund his next exhibition. While you will help an artist show off his work to a wider audience you can get a print of one of this works. An exhibition of 30 photographs portraying 30 islands of Greece. This exhibition aims to introduce my personal project on Greek islands to […]

Mar
22

Splinters by Praxis

Splinters are the small pieces of wood that penetrate the skin, or the fragments of a shattered impression. 7 short stories that together synthesise an ensemble, a play about human relationships. 7 dialogues among friends, lovers, family members or internal, self-dialogues, that bring to light the never-ending quest for happiness, freedom, self-conscience and identity through our day to day interactions. The struggle between solitude and co-existence, between the self and […]

Mar
16

Drama Process Play – Surbiton

The last round of drama facilitated play for this academic year returns in April! We will meet on the following Sundays: April 22nd; May 6th and 20th ; June 3rd and 17th; July 1st. Group A 2:00 pm; It is aimed at children over 4 years of age. Group B 3:15 pm; It is aimed at children aged 2 to 3.5. Activities are structured so that each child can participate […]

Mar
16

The Greco-German Affair in the Euro Crisis

The book ‘The Greco-German Affair in the Euro Crisis: mutual recognition lost?’, which will form the basis of this discussion, focuses on one of the most highly charged relationships of the Euro crisis, that between Greece and Germany, from 2009 to 2015. It explores the many ways in which Greeks and Germans represented and often insulted one another in the media, how their self-understanding shifted in the process, and how […]

Mar
16

Kalliopi Lemos – All is to Be Dared

Oxenius points that, filtered through verses of the ancient Greek poetess Sappho, Kalliopi Lemos, with All is to Be Dared, explores and unveils the thin space occupied by our most intimate obsessions, our objects of desire; a space that Lemos questions in all its complexity leading us from a soft and tender embrace to its sharpest and most dark edges; a space in which we find our psyche cut open by […]

Mar
16

Rebetiko Cafe: Pre War Rebetiko with Megla

Rebetiko Cafe Sundays are a tribute to the old, simple way of doing things. Come and enjoy a coffee or some food at the intimate Music and Beans on Green Lanes, with a small group of musicians playing acoustic rebetika. One Sunday a month will see a different group playing between 1.30pm and 4.30pm. Music and Beans, 461 Green Lanes, London N4 1HE. FREE ENTRY Contact & info: 020 8352 […]

Mar
16

EU and Greece in the aftermath of the EU crisis

Costas Lapavitsas is a professor of economics at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, and was elected as a member of the Hellenic Parliament for the left-wing Syriza party in the January 2015 general election. He will be discussing the effect of the Eurozone crisis on Greece and its position within the EU. LSE, Houghton Street, WC2A 2AE London. Old Building of the LSE in […]

Mar
16

Don Juan by Molière

Presented by Theatre Lab Company, translated by Brett Bodemer and directed by Anastasia Revi Theatre Lab Company bring Molière’s DON JUAN to Hoxton Hall. This follows their acclaimed SALOME at Hoxton Hall in February 2017, and recent applauded production of Daphne du Maurier’s JAMAICA INN at Tabard Theatre. Charming… egocentric… atheist… philanderer… recently wed, Don Juan is about to commit adultery against his new wife. Accompanied by his servant, Sganarelle, […]