The 9th London Greek Film Festival will take place at Theatro Technis, 26 Crowndale Road, from the 15th to the 21st May 2016. The programme will appear on the Festival’s website in April: http://www.londongreekfilmfestival.com/index.htm
If you are in London in the third full week of October, don’t miss the 8th Annual Greek Film Festival at the Theatro Technis in Camden. Have a look at the festival’s website for more information: http://www.londongreekfilmfestival.com/index.htm
The Aberdeen Scottish Hellenic Society, on behalf of the four Hellenic Societies in Scotland and the Friends of the British School at Athens, is hosting a one day event in Aberdeen on Saturday 7 May 2016.
The format will be similar to the very successful event held in Edinburgh in 2014. The programme will be a mixture of ancient and modern themes. Two of the speakers who have already confirmed are Professor Paul Cartledge, Emeritus A G Leventis Professor of Greek Culture, and David Parfitt, a distinguished artist, who will be talking on painting in Macedonia and Crete.
In addition to the day time talks, we will be organising a social evening on the Saturday which will include a performance by three superb musicians from Athens (Giorgios Tsimbouksis, Nickos Sariyannis and Lambrini Gioti) who have been hugely popular guests of the Aberdeen Society for a number of years.
We are intending to have other associated activities, probably including a visit to the University of Aberdeen Museum and a walking tour of Old Aberdeen. Further information will be given when the details are finalised.
Please put the date in your diary now.
For any further information, contact Hamish Wilson at email@example.com
If you fancy an hour’s flight from Edinburgh at the end of April why not go to the Dublin Greek Film Festival (23-26/04/2015)? Featuring six films, one road documentary and a Greek dance workshop. For tickets and more information please see the festival’s website: http://www.greekfilmfestival.ie/
Come along to one of the performances of the comedy play The Devil Wears Primark. The play tells the story of Aunt Athy- agony aunt, imminent MBE awardee and mother-in-law from hell! Athy is a Greek Cypriot mother, desperate to keep her son away from his Turkish lover, causing laughs and chaos all along the way!
The Devil Wears Primark has previously toured Cyprus amphitheaters and has been written and directed by award-winning script-writer Kathleen Ruddy, the talent behind previous hit play Sex, Chips & Ouzo. For more information and tickets see http://rubberear.wordpress.com/
||Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy
|3& 4 April
||Dundee Rep Theatre, Dundee
||Falkirk Town Hall, Falkirk
||Birnam Arts, Dunkeld
||Gaiety Theatre, Ayr
||The Brunton, Musselburgh
||Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline, Fife
||Customs House, South Shields
||Village Theatre, East Kilbride
Do come along to A Greek Day in Edinburgh, an event organised by Dr Robin Barber and supported by the Scottish-Hellenic Societies of Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and St Andrews. A series of talks and a party will take place at the Edinburgh Academy on Saturday 29th March 2014, with associated events on Thursday, Friday and Sunday of the same week. For more information and booking, please see attached file: Greek day BOOKING
The Scottish-Hellenic Society of St Andrews is most grateful to the Greek Tourism Organisation (EOT) for sending us complimentary audiovisual material on Greece!
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