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 April  2010
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Thursday 1 April to Friday 30 April
Exhibition of Ancient Hellenic Medicine Under the auspices of the Hellenic Medical Society of the UK. Free entry. Opening hours Monday-Thursday: 9am-7pm, Friday: 9am-5.30pm, Saturday: 10am-4.30pm. Further information on www.rsc.ac.uk

Venue:  Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London W1

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Tuesday 6 April to Thursday 29 April
A Journey into my Imagination An exhibition of oil/acrylic paintings and ink drawings by Efi Liarokapi. Private view on Thursday 8 April, 6-9pm. Please contact 020 7487 5060 for opening hours

Venue: Friends Room , Hellenic Centre
7 Wed  
8 Thu

Thursday 8 April, 6.30pm to 10.30pm
Greek Evening and Easter Celebration at the Hellenic Centre Bar Come and crack red eggs with us! Enjoy another Greek tradition in an evening of rembetika, Greek folk and popular songs. Ticket £10 to include a plate of Greek meze and a glass of wine. Further information and bookings on 020 7487 5060.

Venue:  Hellenic Centre
9 Fri  
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11 Sun Sunday 11 April, 7.30pm
Oneiro An evening of traditional Greek music organised by C+M events. Tickets £15, children under 12 £10. Further information and bookings on 07986 432469.

Venue: Ryan Theatre, Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex
12 Mon  
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14 Wed Wednesday 14 April to Sunday 2 May
Antigone Sophocles’s tragedy directed by Anastasia Revi and produced by Theatre Lab Company. Tickets £15, concessions £12, groups of 10+ £10, discount tickets (limited) £10. Further information and bookings on 020 8237 1111 or www.riversidestudios.co.uk

Venue: Riverside Studios, Crisp Road, London W6
15 Thu

Thursday 15 April, 6.30pm to 9.30pm
The Body, our Instrument A playful and challenging practical workshop on visual theatre. An exploration of how our body can create and express visual theatre that can excite the actor and the viewer searching for richness in our expressivity, creativity, and imagination of our physical gestuality. The workshop will be delivered by the well known actor, director, movement director and theatre teacher Marcello Magni. Marcello is co-founder of Complicité in London. He has collaborated with Mark Rylance, Hideki Noda (Japan), George Kimoulis (Greece, Antigone by Sophocles at Epidaurus theatre), Helena Kaut Howsen, Kathryn Hunter (Birds by Aristophanes, National Theatre), Mike Alfred, David Glass, Nancy Meckler. This workshop will also be delivered at the International Theatre Workshop in Berlin. Organised by the Hellenic Centre. Maximum number of participants 20. Fee £25, concessions £20. Further information and bookings on 020 7487 5060.

Venue:  Great Hall, Hellenic Centre
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22 Thu

Thursday 22 April, 7pm to 8.30pm
An Exclusive Reception for the Members and Friends of the Ionian Society. Further information and bookings on 020 7589 2371 or maria@andipa.com

Venue:  - Andipa Gallery, 162 Walton Street, London SW3
23 Fri

Friday 23 April
Dogtooth Yorgos Lanthimos’s inspired and provocative film, winner of ‘Un Certain Regard’ at the Cannes Film Festival 2009 will be released in cinemas nationwide. . Further information on 020 7299 3686 or sophie@rabbitpublicity.com.

Venue: London cinemas showing the film: Gate Notting Hill, Odeon Covent Garden, Renoir, Ritzy Brixton

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26 Mon Monday 26 April, 7.15pm
Brasília from the Beginning, Fifty Years Ago On the occasion of the 50th anniversary from the inauguration of Brazil’s modern capital, Styliane Philippou will give an illustrated lecture in English on the making of Brasília, the utopias embodied in Lúcio Costa’s Modernist masterplan, and Oscar Niemeyer’s ensemble of monumental civic buildings that shaped the skyline of the postcolonial Brazilian city par excellence, and offered him the opportunity to enter into a dialogue with the landmarks of architectural history. Dr Styliane Philippou is an architect and architectural historian, and author of Oscar Niemeyer: Curves of Irreverence, published by Yale University Press in 2008. Organised by the Hellenic Centre. Free entry but please confirm attendance on 020 7563 9835 or press@helleniccentre.org.

Venue: - Great Hall, Hellenic Centre

Monday 26 April
A Quiz at Quaglino’s organised by the Oinoussai Benevolent Fund. Cocktails at 7pm, dinner at 8pm. Raffle draw, entertainment show and a special guest performer from Greece. Tickets £80. Proceeds will go to the island of Oinoussai for vital assistance and support to those in need and for social projects. Further information and bookings on 07986 245930.

Venue: Quaglino’s, 16 Bury Street, London SW1
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