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1 November - Sunday 1 December
Gallery K, 101 -103 Heath Street, London NW3 6SS. Tuesday - Friday, 10.00 am - 6.00 pm, Saturday 11.00 am - 6.00 pm, Sunday 2.30 - 6.30 pm. Michalis - Solo exhibition of recent figurative painting. Further information on 020 7794 4949.
|2||Sat||The Oinoussian Ball organised by the Oinoussai Benevolent Fund.|
|4||Mon||Room 10C, Strand Building, King's College, London, WC1. On the Sociolinguistics of Greek Popular Music: Appropriation Practices in Rap Lyrics - Lecture by Iannis Androutsopoulos (Mannheim). Organised by the Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, King's College, London, 5.30 pm. Further information on 020 7848 2330.|
|7||Thu||Sikelianos - Seferis: Aspects of a Relationship by Anastasia Psoni, King's College, London. Seferis' poetic relationship with Sikelianos is an intriguing one. It consists of two phases: the first marked by Seferis' negative attitude towards Sikelianos the man, although he admired his poetry; the second, which begins with World War II, is characterised by a close friendship between the two poets. The talk will discuss how their poetic dialogue reveals that, whatever the differences in matters of technique, their attitude to poetry and poetics is closely related and through that will address issues of identity.|
Parthenon perceived: Greek antiquities in the image of Greece
Monday, 11 November 2002 Great Hall, 4.00 - 7.00 pm
Monday 11 November, 5.30 pm
Room 10C, Strand Building, King's College, London, WC1. The Taming of the Byzantine Abbot. Rituals of Investiture in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries - Lecture by Dirk Krausemuller (Belfast). Organised by the Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, King's College, London. Further information on 020 7848 2330.
13 November - Sunday 1 December
Lilian Baylis Theatre, Sadler's Wells. Many Loves by Pulitzer Prize Winner William Carlos Williams produced by Sandis Production Ltd. The team includes critically acclaimed director David Sibley and set-designer Elly Papageorgakopoulou. The play is part of the Greece in Britain series of events and will be accompanied by an exhibition which will include original photographs by leading Greek photographer Takis Diamantopoulos. Tickets from 020 7863 8000.
Characterisation and Language in the Novels of Yiannis Psycharis by
Georgia Pateridou, Birmingham. Psycharis, an intellectual of the
Diaspora, considered France his second home and had closely followed the
literary trends flourishing there. This talk will discuss Psycharis's
aspirations regarding Greek literature, explaining why these set him apart
from the rest of the literary establishment in Greece and discussing how
he constructs the characters in his novels and repositions questions of
marginal and mainstream identity.
Thursday 14 November, 11.30 am
|18||Mon||Room 10C, Strand Building, King's College, London, WC1, 5.30 pm. Greek Identity Cards - Lecture by Lina Liederman-Molokotos (London). Organised by the Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, King's College, London. Further information on 020 7848 2330.|
21 November, 10.30 am - 4.30 pm
Hellenic College of London, 67 Pont Street, London SW1X 0BD. Hellenic College Christmas Bazaar organised by the Hellenic College of London Parents' Association, with a wide variety of stalls, homemade produce, cafeteria, raffle etc. Further information from 020 8994 3517.
|22||Fri||The Hellenic Centre presents moo soo too in a Greek evening with rebetika, folk and popular songs. Tickets at £25, £15 (students) from 020 7487 50 60. Ticket price includes food. Great Hall, 7.30 pm|
|24||Sun||Dance Workshop organised by the Lykion ton Hellinidon. Tickets at £15. Further information and bookings from 020 7229 4086. Great Hall, 10.00 am - 5.00 pm|
Archive of Penelope S Delta: A Testimony of Modern Greek History by
Alekos Zannas, editor of Delta's archive. Open to the public. Great Hall,
Monday 25 November, 5.30 pm
Lecture by Professor Andy Nicolaides, Director of the Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Imperial College of Science and Medicine. Organised by the Hellenic Society of Professional people and Scientists in Great Britain, the Cypriot Estia of London and the London Hellenic Society. Open to the public, Great Hall, 7.30 pm.
|28||Thu||The Andrew David Memorial Lecture by His Excellency Mr Ameka Anyaoku, former Secretary-General of the Commonwealth. Open to the public. Great Hall, 7.30 pm|
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