THE EMBROIDERER

Wednesday 23 March at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Kathryn Gauci. Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.
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AMPHIPOLIS: WHO LIES WITHIN THE WALLS?

Thursday 10 March at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Dr Dora Constantinidis (University of Melbourne). Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.
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SAVINA YANNATOU + PRIMAVERA EN SALONICO AT THE THORNBURY THEATRE

Multi-talented vocalist, composer and musician Savina Yannatou will perform an intimate show together with the emsemble Primavera en Salonico. Book Now!
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MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING 2: FUNDRAISER SCREENING

Friday 25 March at Palace Cinema Como. The long-awaited follow-up to the highest-grossing romantic comedy of all time is finally here! Book Now and support The Greek Centre for Contemporary Culture.
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THE PRACTICAL VALUE OF SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE IN ARISTOTLE’S BEST LIFE

Thursday 7 April at The Ithacan Philanthropic Society. Free public lecture presented by Dr Brennan McDavid (University of Melbourne). Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.
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TRANSTERRITORIAL HELLENISM – SUMMER COURSE AT THE GREEK CENTRE

La Trobe University’s Modern Greek Studies Department in association with The Greek Centre is offering a summer course on Transterritorial Hellenism, exploring issues in the modern construction of ethno-national, civic, multiple and other identities.
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MODERN AND ANCIENT GREEK COURSES

Get cultured in 2016 at The Greek Centre with Modern and Ancient Greek courses for adults. No prior knowledge of the language required!
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ANNUAL DINNER DANCE

Presented in association with over 30 community organisations the inaugural Dinner Dance will feature great food, great music lots of dancing and is a fundraiser for the Greek Community’s Cultural Centre.  
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WOMEN IN WAR PREMIERES IN LEMNOS

A standing ovation erupted from the crowd at Women in War’s premiere performance on the island of Lemnos. Locals packed the ancient amphitheatre on the island’s north shore for a truly unique show. The contemporary opera comes to Melbourne next week!
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