DIARY of EVENTS for the UK GREEK COMMUNITY

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 September  2010
     
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Thursday 9 September, 7.15pm
Greek Textiles and their Stories A talk in English by Dr Haris Livas-Dawes on the collection of Greek textiles she is donating to the British Museum. A number of textiles will be on display. Free entry but please confirm attendance on 020 7563 9835 or at press@helleniccentre.org Organised by the Hellenic Centre. Venue: Friends Room , Hellenic Centre

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Tuesday 14 September to Thursday 30 September
Τοπiα: Topia An exhibition of paintings by Natalia Charogianni. Private view on Wednesday 15 September, 6-9pm. Please call 020 7487 5060 for opening hours. Supported by the Hellenic Centre.
Venue: Friends Room , Hellenic Centre

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Wednesday 15 September to Thursday 30 December
Creative Writing and Performance Workshops organised by the Theatre for Mankind. The workshops will take place on the following Wednesdays: 15 September, 13 October, 17 November, 15 December, 2pm-5pm at Wood Green Central Library, London N22 and on the following Thursdays: 30 September, 25 November and 30 December, 3pm-6pm at Hornsey Public Library, London N8. Free entry. For further information and bookings call Dr Criton Tomazos on 020 8443 4643 or email at tfmankind@hotmail.co.uk.
Venue: Wood Green Central Library, London N22

16 Thu Thursday 16 September and Friday 17 September
Monuments and Memories: Valuing the Tangible and Intangible Heritage of Diverse Communities is the subject of the Annual Meeting of Europa Nostra UK, a group of organisations and individuals in the UK interested in the cultural heritage of Europe. On Thursday 16 September at 4pm Professor Bernd von Droste, formerly Director of the World Heritage Centre of UNESCO, Paris, will give the Duncan-Sandys Memorial Lecture on this subject. This will form the keynote paper for the one-day conference featuring international experts which follows on Friday 17 September. Members of the general public are welcome to participate. For a full programme and registration details please contact Dr Lester Borley at lesterborley@waitrose.com
Venue:  Great Hall, Hellenic Centre
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Friday 24 September, 7.30pm
Piano Trio Concert with Emilie Moutin, piano; Chrysostomos Neophytou, violin; Frederic Dupuis, cello. Programme to include works by Constantinidis, Shostakovich and Piazzola. Free entry but please confirm attendance on 020 7563 9835 or at press@helleniccentre.org Supported by the Hellenic Centre. Venue:  Great Hall, Hellenic Centre

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Thursday 30 September to Saturday 8 January
Onassis Aristotle Onassis, millionaire at 25. Inspired by the true story of the relationships between Onassis, his lover Maria Callas and wife Jackie Kennedy, this is an extraordinary account of one manís voracious appetite for sex, money and power. This exclusive new play by Martin Sherman, based on the book Nemesis by Peter Evans, opens this September. Robert Lindsay stars as Onassis. Tickets: previews £11-£36, from 12 October £12.50-£49.50. For further information and bookings call 0844 482 5170
Venue: Novello Theatre, Aldwych, London WC2

     

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