A selection of readings from Homer’s Odyssey, along with modern poems about refugees, homecoming and the sea.
The sea was at the heart of the ancient world: it facilitated trade and cultural exchange, helping to shape identity.
But the sea was also a barrier: a dangerous crossing-point which brought death and misery to many.
Free entry; booking essential
The Hellenic Centre,
16-18 Paddington Street,
Londn W1U 5AS