King Otto

The Greek Community of Melbourne and Palace Cinemas presents, KING OTTO. In the summer of 2004, audiences looked on in disbelief as the Greek National Football Team, a country that had never previously won a single match or even scored a goal in a major tournament, took down the giant
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A DIALOGICAL READING: Dinonysios Solomos – The Free Besieged (Οι Ελεύθεροι Πολιορκισμένοι)

Entry: $10, drinks and finger food will be offered, BOOK NOW, SEATING IS LIMITED – https://www.trybooking.com/BQLJO Read By: Tina Giannoukos & Vrasidas Karalis (διαβάζουν η Τίνα Γιαννούκου και ο Βρασίδας Καραλής) Abstract: Philosophical poem or romantic fable? Fragmented man
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GREECE 21: Lonsdale Street Greek Music Festival

March 20+21 The Lonsdale Street Greek Music Festival is a live music festival the features some of Melbourne’s best Greek bands and musicians. Taking place in Lonsdale street’s Golden Square carpark this two-day event will also be home to Melbourne’s greatest Greek food trucks. Saturd
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Greece21: Greece’s 1821 as an International Event: its Impact on America presented by Prof Alexander Kitroeff

25 March Presenter: Prof Alexander Kitroeff Language of Presentation: English | R.M.L.G.*: 0 – No knowledge of Greek required. Synopsis The Greek Revolution of 1821 impacted the United States in many ways which this paper explores before offering an overall interpretation of the
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Melbourne International Comedy Festival: Dan Rath- Strawberry Palace

The humiliations started when Dan ran in the election as an independent on the platform ‘Still upset with Ansett’ where policies included refunding family tickets for 1997 trips to Honolulu. This campaign was fought with the same vigour as a class action for asbestos victi
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Melbourne International Comedy Festival: Bob Franklin-Sir Robert’s Sporting Legends

When Sir Robert is engaged to speak at a fundraiser for the newly reformed Shane Warne Foundation, the organisers are expecting the usual reverent platitudes. What they get is something altogether more uncomfortable. A darkly comic commentary on the dubious collusion of sport, media,
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Melbourne International Comedy Festival: The Stevenson Experience-Stranger Twins

Australia’s hottest musical comedians return to Melbourne with the show they couldn’t do last year because of a worldwide pandemic. But hey, that just means they had another year to perfect their jokes. Performing hugely entertaining shows to sold out crowds all around the world for t
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Melbourne International Comedy Festival: Josh Glanc-In a one-piece crotch-cut short-sleeve polo

He’s won multiple awards, sold out festival seasons and now he’s back home, fresh from a virus-ravaged UK to perform for the first time in a year. Lucky he has his one-piece crotch-cut polo. If you’ve never seen a Josh Glanc show they’re ‘absurd and dynamic’ (Fest Mag), ‘excitin
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Melbourne International Comedy Festival: Jeff Green-As I Was Saying

We all need a good laugh after a shocking 2020. So book in for a high-paced hour of non-stop belly-laughs from Jeff Green. Best-selling author, star of TV and radio, festival favourite with sold out seasons and rave reviews year after year, Jeff returns to Melbourne International Come
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Melbourne International Comedy Festival: Damian Callinan & Paul Calleja-The Wine Bluffs Decanted

On the cusp of vino domination, The Wine Bluffs (Damian Callinan & Paul Calleja) become trapped in pandemic-besieged Eastern Europe. To get home, the sommeliers of premium reserve laughs must country hop their way through the old wine world. Finally repatriated, they’re back
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