Crowdfunding – Islands of Greece

End of May deadline

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 […]

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Eleonora Zouganeli – London

Wednesday, 16 May 2018; 7:00-10:30pm

Ark4Art presents Eleonora Zouganeli, live in London! Η Ark4Art παρουσιάζει την Ελεωνόρα Ζουγανέλη στο Λονδίνο! Σε μία εμφάνιση έκπληξη, με ένα κεφάτο πρόγραμμα, που φτιάχτηκε για να φέρει κοντά τις παρέες όλων των ηλικιών! Με κάθε εμφάνισή της επιβεβαιώνει την πληθωρική της προσωπικότητα και καταθέτει την δική της ταυτότητα, το «σάουντρακ της δικής της γενιάς», που χωρά επιλογές μιας παγκόσμιας μουσικής σκηνής, διαφορετικές κουλτούρες, τολμηρές μίξεις, αλλά και τα νεανικά […]

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Michalis Sougioul ‘The Last Tram’

Friday, 20 April 2018; 7:15-9:15pm

Michalis Sougioul: The Last Tram Μιχάλης Σουγιούλ: Το Τράμ το Τελευταίο This year’s HC Easter Celebration features members of the London based group Plastikes Karekles performing their own arrangements of a selection of Sougioul’s most popular songs. Born in Asia Minor, Michalis Sougioul was multi-skilled in all aspects of Greek music and composed more than 700 songs in all genres, tango, waltz, serenades, folk, patriotic and popular. The sensitive, melodic […]

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Charmed lives in Greece – Ghika, Craxton, Leigh Fermor

8 March - 15 July 2018

This exhibition focuses on the friendship of the artists Niko Ghika and John Craxton, and the writer Patrick Leigh Fermor. Their shared love of Greece was fundamental to their work, as they embraced its sights, sounds, colours and people. Nikos Hadjikyriakos-Ghika (1906–1994), John Craxton (1922–2009) and Sir Patrick Leigh Fermor (1915–2011) were significant cultural figures of the 20th century. Leigh Fermor is perhaps the most widely known of the three […]

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Ancient Greek symposium at The Life Goddess

Sunday, 25 March 2018; 6:00pm

The Greek chefs Louis Chrisostomou and Nikos Tzoummas will be cooking at ‘The Life Goddess, Store Street’ for a Greek Symposium, based on ancient Greek flavours and recipes. There are recipes that Pythagoras first brought to life. You are all welcome to try an ancient Greek menu, adjusted to modern cuisine! The Life Goddess, 29 Store Street, London WC1E 7BS

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Vasilis Asimakopoulos – Phantoms

Fridays and Saturdays, until 30 March 2018; 12:00-6:00pm

PHANTOMS, the first solo exhibition by Greek artist Vasilis Asimakopoulos with William Benington Gallery, examines how echoes of an experience or event can sometimes seem to remain present within a place or space. When we step into an empty community hall, municipal waiting room, a faculty or studio, we sense the shadows of its past, an accrual of the mundane, a history of the everyday. Similarly, when visiting the site […]

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Big Sing Greek Choir for everyone

Wednesday, 28 March 2018; 7:00-8:30pm

Our Big Sing Choir for everyone is getting bigger and our next session is next Wednesday 28th March at the Cypriot community centre in Wood Green! Spread the word to your friends and come and join us! You don’t have to speak Greek , as long as you can sing; we will help you learning new Greek songs, work on singing different voices and will get prepared for amazing events […]

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Tuesday, 27 March 2018; 7:15pm

Prof Franco Rampazzo is a visiting professor at Imperial College (he is from the University of Padua) and a mathematician, but he has also written a partly historical novel in Italy – the title is ‘Nasso’ the way Italians called the Greek Island of Naxos. There are two time horizons in the novel, the present time and the WW2 time, after September 8 1943, when Italy changed side… The story […]

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Antonis Remos live in London

Sunday, 13 May 2018; 7:00-11:00pm

Antonis Remos live in London at KOKO, Camden Town on Sunday 13th May 2018 Tickets available HERE KOKO London, 1A Camden High Street, Camden, London NW1

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Angelos: Let There Be Light

Saturday; 28 April – Tuesday, 8 May 2018 (Private View: Friday, 27 April 6:00-9:00pm)

Angelos: Let There Be Light Immersive retrospective exhibition of renowned Greek artist Angelos Opens Saturday 28 April 2018 “When we say that we are contemporary, we do not necessarily claim to be real. But when we are real, we will always be contemporary.” Angelos Following the record-breaking sale of his work Girl with a pair of doves at Bonhams in London last year, an immersive exhibition featuring Greek artist Angelos […]

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Daemonia Nymphe: Psychostasia II – The Ritual

Sun, 25 Mar 2018; 7:00pm.

“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. […]

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Orthodox Easter Fiesta – Πανηγύρι Πάσχα

Sun, 8 Apr, 2018; 2:00 - 7:00pm.

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 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 […]

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