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 March 2008
1 Sat

Saturday 1 March

The London Hellenic Ball organised by the London Hellenic Society.  Details to be advised.

Venue: Royal Lancaster Hotel
2 Sun  
3 Mon

Monday 3 March to Friday 4 April  

Evidence Exhibition of works by Diane Katsiaficas. Private view on Wednesday 5 March, 6-9.00pm.  Please contact 020 7487 5060 for opening hours

Venue:  Friends Room, Hellenic Centre
4 Tue

Tuesday 4 March 7.30pm

Dinner-Talk "UNESCO and Cyprus" by HE Mrs Edmee Leventis, Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of Cyprus to UNESCO.  Organised by the Women's Committee of the Cypriot Estia of London.  Further information on 020 8883 or 020 8444 7142

Venue:  Great Hall, Hellenic Centre
5 Wed  
6 Thu  
7 Fri  
8 Sat  
9 Sun

Sunday 9 March

Children's Fancy Dress Party   for children up to 12 years old.  Organised by Lykion ton Hellinidon and the Hellenic Centre.  Tickets 10 and 8 for Members of Lykion ton Hellinidon, Hellenic Centre and Westminster ResCard holders; price includes entertainment and snacks.  Further information and bookings on 020 7224 1969 or 020 7487 5060

Venue: Great Hall, Hellenic Centre
10 Mon

Monday 10 March 12.30pm  

Kathara Deftera Lunch A traditional vegetarian lunch, organised by the Hellenic Centre, to celebrate the beginning of Lent, with live Greek music.  Tickets 20, concessions 18.  Further information and bookings on 020 7487 5060.  Proceeds in aid of the Hellenic Centre

Venue:  Great Hall, Hellenic Centre
11 Tue  
12 Wed

Wednesday 12 March 7.30pm

Lafcadio Hearn the Greek Poet of Japan  Lecture organised by the London Hellenic Society.  Further details to be advised

Venue: Great Hall, Hellenic Centre
13 Thu  
14 Fri

Friday 14 March 7.30pm

The Diary of a Madman   One-act play by Nicolai Gogol, translated in the Cypriot idiom by G Tsiakkas and S Charalambous and performed by Marios Ioannou.  Director, Spyros Charalambolus; music, Giorgos Christodoulides.  Organised by the Cultural Department of the Cyprus High Commission.  Further information on 020 7493 6200 or cultural.office@btconnect.com

Venue:  Great Hall, Hellenic Centre
15 Sat  
16 Sun  
17 Mon  
18 Tue  
19 Wed Wednesday 19 March , 1:00pm

The Ivory Duo will perform a programme for piano four-hands consisting of Schubert's Fantasy in F minor and Children's March D.928, Grieg's Norwegian Dances, Gershwin's 3 Preludes (semi-improvised by the duo). Entrance free.

Venue: St Olaves, Hart Street
20 Thu  
21 Fri  
22 Sat  
23 Sun  
24 Mon  
25 Tue

Tuesday 25 March 1:00pm

Natalie Tsaldarakis, of the Ivory Duo, will celebrate the Greek Independence Day with a solo recital which will introduce the UK audience to the music of Yannis Constantinides (3rd volume of the 44 Children's Songs based on traditional Greek songs). UK premiere. Entrance free.

Venue: St Brides' Church, London

Tuesday 25 March 7.15pm

25 March 1821   Celebration organised by the Peloponnesian Society of Great Britain. Further information on 020 8992 4391

Venue: Great Hall, Hellenic Centre
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31 Mon  

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