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 September  2008
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Tuesday 9 September to Friday 26 September

Colours and Hues Exhibition of paintings by George Demetracopoulos.  Private view on Wednesday 10 September, 6 to 9.00pm.  Please contact 020 7487 5060 for opening hours.

Venue: Friends Room, Hellenic Centre
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Friday 19 September 8.00pm  

Mario Frangoulis in concert accompanied by the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Anthony Inglis.  Further information and bookings on 020 7589 8212 or 0871 2200260

Venue:  Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AP
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Wednesday 17 September, 7.30pm

Classical Music in Modern Greece - Giannis Ritsos' Epitaph: The Turning Point in the Music of Mikis Theodorakis   A chamber music concert comprising of works by the four most well known Greek composers of the 20th Century:  M Kalomoiris, N Skalkottas, I Xenakis and M Theodorakis.  Programme to include M Theodorakis's Epitaph.  Anastasios Mavroudis, violin; Anahit Chayshyan, piano; Alexandros Koustas, viola; Oliver Coates, cello; James Opstad, double bass; Panayiotis Metaxas, bouzouki, the Metaxas Band.  Communication sponsor the Hellenic Centre.  Further information on www.tettix.org.  Free entry but please confirm attendance on 07905 501846 or tettix@hotmail.co.uk

Venue: Dukes Hall, Royal Academy of Music, Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5HT
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24 July to 26 October

Hadrian Empire and Conflict Exhibition to explore the life, love and legacy of Hadrian,Rome's most enigmatic emperor, Hadrian and learn more about the influence of Greek culture throughout his life.  Admission charge and timed entry.  For further information, go to


Venue: British Museum, Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3DG

Wednesday 24 September 7.15pm

What is Colour Therapy all about?   A talk by Theresa Sundt and launch of her new book "The Art of Colour Therapy". A brief history of colour therapy, how colour is connected to our energy field and how colours affect our personalities and relationships. Organised by the Hellenic Centre.  Free entry but please confirm  attendance on 020 7563 9835 or press@helleniccentre.org

Venue:  Friends Room, Hellenic Centre
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Thursday 25 September 6.45pm  

Book Club Meeting Books to be discussed "The Pankhursts" by Martin Pugh published by Vintage and "The Forgotten Garden" by Kate Morton published by Allen & Unwin.  New members welcome.  Further information on 020 7487 5060

Venue:  Members Room, Hellenic Centre
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Saturday 27 September 7.30pm to midnight

Greek Evening with the group Plastic Chairs   Greek food and rebetika, folk and popular songs.  Tickets (inclusive of food) 30, 25 Hellenic Centre members, ResCard holders, Registered Disabled, OAPs, 22 students.  Proceeds in a id of the Hellenic Centre.  Further information and bookings on 020 7487 5060.  Supported by Aegean Airlines

Venue:  Great Hall, Hellenic Centre
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