“Homerics are the Epics of our life, I don’t object,
but tell me… if finally Ithaka is part of the myth,
or if truth deals with its myth,
for the Trojan Wars between
Youth and experience!
Dedicated to men and women…
who ”emigrate” from Youth to Experience
distributing a piece of hope to all
those that are seeking ”their own” Ithaka…
( Clelia Charissis)
As part of the International Poetry Day, Greek-Italian journalist and poet, Clelia Charissis, is presenting her poetry collection, Change of Guard, translated in English by globally recognised Greek poet, Katerina Anghelaki Rooke. A special evening dedicated to English and Greek poets whose art (talks, music and singing, acting) translates into words , revealing the human desire to communicate, migrating from youth to experience.
George Tsavliris : Principal, Tsavliris Shipping Group
Andreas Skourtis: Lecturer in Scenography at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama- University of London , Founder and Artistic Director of Performing Architectures
Ηelena Matheopoulos: Author, Journalist, Public Speaker
Dr Christina Kapadocha:Actress-Researcher/ Visiting Lecturer at the Rose Buford CollegeΑntigoni Vafeidou:Attorney at law M.Sc-L.L.M, Spoke person of the Greek political party ”TELEIA”
Participating on the piano will be the Greek Composer- Artist Krinio Nikolaou who will translate Klelia Charisi’s poetry into melodies through her songs and by playing the piano. In addition, Ms Nikolaou will be presenting much loved music of great Greek and foreign artists.
Theatrical Attribution: Christina Kapadocha
Free entry; booking essential
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Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, London W1U 5AS