THE RHAPSODY OF PHILOSOPHY: PLATO AND THE POETS

Thursday 14 April at The Ithacan Philanthropic Society. Free public lecture presented by Professor Rick Benitez (University of Sydney). Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.
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IT’S ALL GREEK TO ME! FUNDRAISER COMEDY GALA

Friday 22 April 2016 at The Athenaeum Theatre. George Kapiniaris heads an All Star International Comedy showcase that will make you laugh your “kaltses” off – all funds raised will go directly to Greek aid.
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COMEDY: KATERINA VRANA LIVE AT THE GREEK CENTRE

Friday 6 May 2016 at The Greek Centre. London-based Greek comedienne Katerina Vrana brings her witty, expertly-crafted humour to The Greek Centre for one night only! Book Now!
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MELINA ON THE ROOFTOP: NOW OPEN!

The Greek Centre’s newest tenant is now open for business – do yourself a favour and head to Melina on the Rooftop for Melbourne’s best city views accompanied by an extensive mezze and cocktail menu.
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OPEN SEMINAR: EXCAVATING AT THE SITE OF ANCIENT ELEON

Thursday 12 May at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Dr Stavroula Nikoloudis. Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.
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OPEN SEMINAR: PONTUS STRIKES BACK: THE PONTIAN GUERILLA MOVEMENT DURING THE GENOCIDE

Thursday 19 May at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Dean Kalimniou. Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.
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BOOK LAUNCH: FATHERS FROM THE EDGE

Tuesday 24 May at The Greek Centre. Greek-Australian reflections on fathers. Edited by Helen Nickas.
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OPEN SEMINAR: BETWEEN SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS: CYPRUS AND THE PROBLEM OF ENGINEERING POLITICAL SETTLEMENTS

Thursday 26 May at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Dr Christalla Yakinthou (University of Birmingham). Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.
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ALEX & EVE: THE COMPLETE STORY

1-4 September 2016 at The Greek Centre. The play the spawned the hit Australian film returns. Alex & Eve is a charming and unpretentious look at multicultural Australia and what can happen when life, and love cross cultural boundaries.
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MANUFACTURING IN CLASSICAL ATHENS

Thursday 17 March at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Dr Peter Acton. Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.
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