HOW TO SPEAK GREEKLISH

The Greeklish Project’s Kyriakos Gold and The Greek Centre’s own Penny Kyprianou teach us how to speak Greeklish ahead of our event at The Greek Centre next week.
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WHO WILL BE MELBOURNE’S GREEKLISH CHAMPION?

Part trivia contest, part slam poetry, part spelling bee – The Greeklish Project is coming to The Greek Centre! Tickets on sale now.
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STAGING SAPPHO: EMBODYING A FRAGMENT

Thursday 16 July 2015 at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Dr Jane Montgomery Griffiths (Monash). Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.
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MAJOR CHANGES TO GREEK LANGUAGE FROM THE 11TH TO THE 19TH CENTURY

Thursday 23 July 2015 at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Dr Erma Vasileiou (ANU). Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.
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FATE, PRE-DESTINATION AND THE MINDSET OF ANCIENT AND MODERN WARRIORS

Thursday 9 July 2015 at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Christopher Matthew (ACU). Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.
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THE GREEKLISH PROJECT

Saturday 25 July 2015 at The Greek Centre. Part trivia contest, part slam poetry, part spelling bee – test your Greeklish knowledge with SBS’ Kyriakos Gold and win some great prizes! Tickets now on sale.
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PICTURING BYZANTIUM: JOHN SKYLITZES’ SYNOPSIS OF HISTORIES

Thursday 25 June 2015 at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by John Burke (University of Melbourne). Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.
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METAL MAKES THE WORLD GO AROUND: CYPRIOT COPPER FROM 3RD-1ST MIL. BC

Thursday 2 July 2015 at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Dr. Jennifer Webb (La Trobe University). Part of the Greek History & Culture Seminars series.  
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PALIKARI: LOUIS TIKAS AND THE LUDLOW MASSACRE

Saturday 4 July 2015 at The Greek Centre. This insightful documentary charts the great 1913-14 coalminers’ strike, as told through the story of Greek migrant and trade union activist Louis Tikas.
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WOMEN IN WAR: TICKETS ON SALE NOW

A contemporary opera that brings together an international cast of artists to present a story of love, war and hope set during the Gallipoli Campaign of 1915. At The Arts Centre Melbourne, 30 July – 1 August 2015.
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