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  • Athens Flying Week opens on September 4-5

    The 9th Athens Flying Week air show, the biggest in Greece, is scheduled on September 4-5 at the airforce base in Tanagra. According to a press release, visitors will have an opportunity to witness flying displays performed by the French Airforce’s Rafale Solo Display Team, the Hellenic Air Force’s historic ‘Warbird’ Spitfire, Patrouille de France…

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  • Seminar: Insight and Discussion on Domestic Violence

    The Greek Community of Melbourne in collaboration with White Ribbon Australia are proud and honoured to present a seminar on domestic violence awareness and prevention in Australia. The keynote speaker of this seminar is public figure and domestic violence victim/ survivor, Ms. Simone O’Brien. Simone’s journey started in 2012 when she suffered a horrific domestic…

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  • AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE NOW! ‘Further Windows to Orthodoxy: Faith, Worship, Science and Pilgrimage’ by Dr Guy Freeland.

    What is the relationship between God, eternity, time and the cosmos? How does the Orthodox Church understand ‘rites of passage’? Did Constantine the Great possess British roots? Did the Medieval Church contribute to the development of the computer? And what was the star of Bethlehem? ‘Further Windows to Orthodoxy: Faith, Worship, Science and Pilgrimage’ is…

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  • Rigos Choreographs Hadjidakis

    The Greek National Opera Ballet joins the Athens Festival with two shows of its successful 2019 dance adaptation of four songs by Manos Hadjidakis: “C.N.S Cycle,” “Captain Michalis,” “The Accursed Serpent” and “Gioconda’s Smile.” The four dances are choreographed by the critically acclaimed Konstantinos Rigos, who takes inspiration from their core themes. Shows take place…

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  • SOUMELA AND THE MAGIC KEMENCHE – COMING SOON FROM ST ANDREW’S ORTHODOX PRESS

    In order to communicate holy Orthodoxy, Hellenic culture and Romiosyne to the next generation, His Eminence Archbishop Makarios of Australia has made known his concern that St Andrew’s Orthodox Press publish children’s books. With this in mind, our upcoming book—which is directed to older children and adolescents but can also be enjoyed by adults—addresses all…

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  • Greece: 1821 Before and After

    The Benaki Museum, in cooperation with the Bank of Greece, the National Bank of Greece and Alpha Bank, presents a major anniversary exhibition to celebrate the bicentenary of the pivotal year in modern Greek history, 1821, the year when the revolution which resulted in the country’s independence was declared. One thousand and two hundred objects…

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  • The Frogs by Aristophanes streaming live from the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus

    As the world is still reeling from the pandemic and exploring new ways to re-ignite theatre in the COVID-19 era, the Athens Epidaurus Festival invites international audiences to the most beautiful theatre of the ancient world for a live broadcast of Aristophanes’ comic masterpiece The Frogs, by acclaimed director Argyro Chioti in her Ancient Theatre…

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  • Adelaide: Van Gogh Alive

    The life and legacy of Vincent Van Gogh comes leaping off the canvas in this multi-sensory tribute to one of Western art’s greatest names. 131 years after his death, Van Gogh Alive turns the art world on its head, using the latest audio-visual technology to transport the viewers inside Van Gogh’s greatest masterpieces. From swirling…

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  • Athens Concert Hall celebrates World Music Day at Megaron garden

    Athens Concert Hall is celebrating World Music Day on June 21 at its Megaron Garden, on summer solstice, with three special concerts at two different stages. The event was first held at Megaron Hall in 2013 and has since become a cornerstone of summer entertainment in Athens. This year, musical performances are provided by the…

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  • Archie 100 – A Century of the Archibald Prize

    Celebrate 100 years of Archibald with two exhibitions for one ticket price. This year marks 100 years of Australia’s oldest and most-loved portrait award. To celebrate, when you buy a ticket to Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes 2021, you’ll also receive entry to Archie 100, a landmark exhibition exploring the rich history of the Archibald…

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