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  September 2004
1 Wed Wednesday 1 - Wednesday 15 September
The Olympic Effect. Exhibition of photographs by James Sparshatt, Martin Keer and Michele de Giovanni with texts by Penny Peppa. Please contact 020 7487 5060 for opening hours. Venue: Friends Room, Hellenic Centre.
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8 Wed Wednesday 8 September 6.30 pm
Book Club Meeting. Books for discussion: The Joke by Milan Kundera and The Crossing Place, by Philip Marsden. New members welcome. Venue: Library, Hellenic Centre.
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16 Thu Thursday 16 September - Tuesday 26 October
Theogonies. Drawings by Millicent Hodson. Please contact us on 020 7487 5060 for opening hours. Venue: Friends Room, Hellenic Centre.
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20 Mon Monday 20 September - Monday 11 October
Effie Halkidis - Glass in Line. An exhibition of glass sculptures. Further information from 020 7794 4949. Venue: Gallery K, 101-103 Heath Street, London NW3 6SS.
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23 Thu Thursday 23 September 5.30 - 7.00 pm
Conserving the Cultural Heritage and Monuments of Poland: The Challenge for the Future. An illustrated talk by Professor Jacek Purchla, Director of the International Cultural Centre and President of the Polish Council of Heritage Protection, followed by a wine reception. Organised by Europa Nostra. Tickets 20, 15 (for Europa Nostra Members) and further information from Dr Lester Borley, CBE on 0131 332 2364. Venue: Great Hall, Hellenic Centre.
24 Fri Friday 24 September 6.00-9.00 pm
Rebetiko at SOAS. Seminars on the history of Rebetiko organised by the Institute of Rebetology (London). Further information from rebetiko@soas.ac.uk. Venue: School of African and Oriental Studies, Thornhaugh Street, London WC1.
25 Sat Saturday 25 - Monday 27 September
Theogonies. Seven solo dances representing iconic women from history and mythology inspired by the sculptures of George Kyriacou. Choreographed and performed by Millicent Hodson. Organised by Gallery K in association with the Hellenic Centre. Tickets 12, 10 (concessions) from 020 7487 5060, 020 7794 4949. Supported by Libra Holidays. Venue: Great Hall, Hellenic Centre.
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