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St Sophia Orthodox Greek Cathedral
The St Sophia Orthodox Greek Cathedral is located at Moscow Road, Bayswater W2 4LQ. [www.stsophia.org.uk]
Divine Liturgy every Sunday at 10:00.

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Theater: “Shirley Valentine” with Bessy Malfa
Date: Thursday 9 - Sunday 12 May 2019
Venue: The Tabernacle, 34-35 Powis Square, London W11 2AY
Details: Alexandros Rigas presents the bittersweet comedy - monologue by Willy Russell, “Shirley Valentine”. Shirley Valentine is a dramatic monologue of a woman who tries to find if there are second chances in life. A play full of emotion, laughter, tears and surprises...for the pursuit of happiness.
For bookings please click here

Shirley Valentine


Natassa Bofiliou

Natassa Bofiliou – “Monologue”
Date: Thursday 16 May 2019
Venue: Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, London N1 2UN
Details: Natassa Bofiliou, one of the most important Greek artists of recent years, returns to London with “Monologue”.
“Monologue” is a specially designed for the Union Chapel show by Themis Karamouratidis and Gerasimos Evangelatos, which includes pieces from their personal discography, original covers of famous songs of the international music scene, as well as some unexpected surprises.
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"Macedonia after the "Prespes agreement"
Date: Friday 17 May 2019
Venue: Hellenic Centre, 16 Paddington Street, W1U 5AS
Details: A discussion in English with:
- Prof Konstantinos Grivas, University of Athens
- Prof Vassilis Fouskas, East London University
- Prof James Pettifer, Oxford University
Organised by the Macedonian Society of Great Britain
Online bookings

Prespes agreement


A dog called Friki

Theater: "A dog called Friki"
Date: Sunday 2 June 2019 [5:15pm & 8:00pm]
Venue: The Tabernacle Theatre, 34-35 Powis Square, W11 2AY
Details: The love comedy “A dog called Friki – Ένας σκύλος που τον έλεγαν Friki” describes the second chance that life gives to a couple..

With Maria Solomou and Dimitris Kouroubalis.
Duration: 100 minutes. Performed in Greek
Tickets: 17:15 | 20:00



Despina Vandi [Birmingham]
Date: Saturday 18 May 2019
Venue: Holiday Inn Hotel, Smallbrook Queensway, Birmingham, B5 4EW
Details: Despina Vandi Live in Birmingham, accompanied by Loukas Yiorkas.
For reservations please call 07917004459

Vandi


Phones

Ήρθες σαν την Άνοιξη / You’ve arrived like the Spring
Date: Friday 10 May 2019
Venue: Hellenic Centre, 16 Paddington Street, W1U 5AS
Details: This year’s HC Easter Celebration features members of the London based group Plastikes Karekles performing their own arrangements of a selection of popular Greek love songs ranging from the early 40s to our days: Greek tangos, waltzes, rebetika, folk and popular songs, original compositions or famous European songs translated into Greek










                                                               











An Octopus in My Ouzo: Loving Life on a Greek Island, By Jennifer Barclay



An Octopus in My Ouzo

Escape to the sunlight and colour of a wild island in the south Aegean. When Jennifer moves alone into the Honey Factory on a tiny Greek island,

bringing a laptop, her hiking boots and plans for a peaceful life, she has no idea what surprises are in store. Diving into an exciting new life with a fisherman, she learns something every day. Joining the dancing at local festivals and helping at a café on the beach, surviving winter storms and finding a canine companion, she is faced with both challenges and rewards, and discovers that to become an island woman she must live small and think big.








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