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Μεταναστευτικό σύστημα πόντων του Ηνωμένου Βασιλείου: Πληροφορίες για πολίτες της ΕΕ [gov.uk]

Οδηγίες για το Πρόγραμμα Εγκατάστασης για Πολίτες ΕΕ (EU Settlement Scheme) [gov.uk]

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Τι πρέπει να γνωρίζετε για τα ταξίδια μεταξύ Ηνωμένου Βασιλείου και ΕΕ (Ελλάδας) από 1 Ιανουαρίου 2021 [Ευρωπαική Επιτροπή]

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Δικαιώματα πολιτών: Έλληνες στο Ηνωμένο Βασίλειο – Βρετανοί στην Ελλάδα [Υπουργείο Εξωτερικών]


Νέες παρατάσεις αεροπορικών οδηγιών πτήσεων εξωτερικού και εσωτερικού. [ΥΠΑ]

International arrivals required to prove negative COVID-19 test result before departure for England. [gov.uk]




 ➥ Embassy of Greece in London
 ➥ High Commission of Cyprus in the UK
 ➥ Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain
 ➥ The Hellenic Centre
 ➥ Anglo-Hellenic League
 ➥ Union of Greek Students in London
 ➥ Greek Parents Association




       



All current Greek events in the UK have been cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.




Carnival and Kathara Deftera Celebration

Carnival and Kathara Deftera Celebration
Date: Saturday 13 March - Monday 15 March 2021
Details: Join us in this year’s online celebration, which promises to be as enjoyable as ever with a programme including carnival songs from all Greece and a selection of other traditional and popular songs we all love, performed by Kourelou and the London Greek Collective musicians.
Celebrate with us anytime from Saturday 13 March, 8.30pm until Monday 15 March, 11.30pm !
Organised by the Hellenic Centre

                                   



Language, Culture and Myths

Language, Culture and Myths
Date: Wednesday 10 - Wednesday 31 March 2021
Details: A series of online talks in English, organised by The Hellenic Centre and The Cambridge Centre for Greek Studies, University of Cambridge every Wednesday at 7pm from 10 March until 31 March.
To obtain the links for the talks please email us at press@helleniccentre.org or register for each separate lecture via Eventbrite.

                                   



The Ecstasy Project 2021

The Ecstasy Project 2021. A follow-up to 2020's "Odyssey Project"
9Date: 19 March, 14 & 26 April 2021
Details: The word “ecstasy” derives from a Greek word meaning “standing outside”. Feasting, story-telling, ritual, music and dancing all help us to “stand outside” ourselves and with others, to transcend our individual troubles and enter into a profound and joyous community with each other or a world beyond us.

                                   



Minoan Palace

Ruins, Re-use, and Re-invention: Landscapes of Memory at the Minoan Palace
Date: Thursday 25 February 2021
Details: The Minoans were Europe's first civilization and the Palace at Knossos on the Greek island of Crete was their crowning architectural achievement. The current site allows a snapshot of a flourishing Bronze Age society, brought more vividly to life by the controversial restorations and reconstructions of British archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans, and we hear how catastrophic destruction brought it all to an end.

                                   



Evritiki Zygia

Evritiki Zygia & Katerina Douka
Date: Friday 26 February 2021
Details: Evritiki Zygia and Katerina Douka have teamed up to bring the traditional sounds of Greece to the world. This performance is filmed in Evros on a river that borders Greece, Turkey and Bulgaria and is a place of great geo-cultural significance to the folklore of Thrace.

                                   



Thebes

Thebes: The Forgotten City of Greece with Professor Paul Cartledge
Date: Tuesday 2 March 2021
Details: The city of Thebes is all too often the overshadowed neighbour of Athens and Sparta. Indeed, there were two Thebes in Ancient Boeotia, not just one: the City of Myth and the City of History.
So how is it that Thebes, the cultural city that captivated the imagination of Greece and the military power that dominated much of Greece, has been forgotten?

                                   



Discover a Delightful Food & Wine Holiday Destination

Greece: Discover a Delightful Food & Wine Holiday Destination
Date: Thursday 4 March 2021
Details: Greek wine has been making headlines for some time now: by winning awards in prestigious competitions, by showcasing their unique terroir, the varieties, even by connecting the wines with the Greek mythology! What many wine drinkers don't know is that Greece's winemaking history began 3,500 years ago.
Let's take a quick tour of the Greek wine regions, the indigenous varieties.

                                   



Greek Independence Day Celebration with Greek Dance Lesson

Greek Independence Day Celebration with Greek Dance Lesson
Date: Thursday 4 March 2021
Details: Join HI USA for part of our Culture Series. We will learn about and celebrate Greek Independence Day.
During this hour together, we will learn more about the history of Greek Independence Day, Greek Culture and Greek Dance.
Our host, Koula Quirk, is a long time HI USA volunteer based in Chicago who currently teaches Greek Dance weekly over Zoom.

                                   


























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