Join us and a world famous detective in a North Pole adventure, in order to solve the greatest Christmas mystery of all time! Through a series of role playing games, story telling and games, we’ll discover the season’s greatest power and joy and celebrate it all together!
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Organised by The Hellenic Hub and the Greek Library of London
Dr Comet is coming from the future to take the children on a journey full of music, glitter and fun. Together we will embark on a cosmic adventure that will take us to three different planets, where we will meet funny aliens and learn about the key elements of music: rhythm, melody, and ambience!
Through immersive Christmas storytelling and musical fun, Dr Comet and his crew will sing, play, create and perform a song which will trigger this year’s Christmas party.
Christmas biscuit and decoration making will follow.
Suitable for children 3+, younger children welcome but will not be able to participate in the activities.
Sunday 17th November, 2-4, The Hellenic Centre
Organised by The Hellenic Hub and the Hellenic Centre
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So excited to announce our Easter workshop! We promise to be a day to remember!
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We are proud to announce our newest event, in collaboration with the Greek Library of London – Ελληνικός Κύκλος Βιβλιόφιλων Λονδίνου and the Poetry Office γραφείον ποιήσεως: in honour of the renowned Greek poet Titos Patrikios, a retrospective of his much celebrated career will take place at the Hellenic Centre, complete with audiovisual material and the participation of esteemed guests, among which the poet himself!
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A children’s workshop at the British Museum.
Tuesday 13 February, 10:30am – 12:30pm.
The children will become familiar with the Greek Mythology, the 12 Olympian Gods and the classical art through stories and art activities.
They will see original ancient Greek vases, recognise the depicted gods and create their own artwork on clay dishes using the red and black figure technique.
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Organised by the Hellenic Hub and My Roots
The session will include an introduction to various Greek Christmas traditions, listening to Carols from different areas of Greece, making Greek Christmas crafts and preparing one of the most popular holiday desserts, kourampiedes from scratch.
The workshop is organised and run by Olga Fakatseli & Amaryllis Tsegou, founders of the Hellenic Hub and baking enthusiasts. Olga has a professional background in the area of folk customs and traditions, and a great experience in organising baking birthday parties for her two young children and others, whilst Amaryllis has organised many cooking classes both in London and in Athens, while also running a successful food blog, The Tasty Other.
When: Sunday 11th December 2016, 10am-12pm
Where: Flocafe Espresso Room, 40 South Molton St, London W1K 5RW
Price: £25 (including materials used, a box with just made desserts, printed recipes and Carols) paid in full to HH a week before the event to secure a place. Please pay either by cheque (payable to The Hellenic Hub Ltd and sent to The Hellenic Hub, 10 Chichester Drive, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 2NR), or by bank transfer (Bank: HSBC, Account No: 92239795, Sort Code: 40-03-27). Please note that refunds for cancellations are offered up to 48 hours before the event.
How to book: please email firstname.lastname@example.org by 4th December at the latest with the following: name and age of the participant(s), method of payment, any allergies, and whether you are happy with us taking photos during the event. We may use these images for publicity purposes (on our website and elsewhere), but please bear in mind that names and personal information will remain confidential.
Through a series of drama games and physical theatre exercises in Greek, children will be introduced to the 12 Gods of Olympus. They will then be encouraged to develop characters who will offer advice to people of today on how to tackle the issue of global warming and its consequences on the planet. This is a great opportunity for children between the ages of 8-11 years old, to build confidence in using the Greek language, and to explore the world of Greek mythology and its current relevance.
The workshop is run by Ms Konstantina Rapti, a London-based education specialist with an MA in Applied Theatre – Drama in Education and Drama with Communities from University of London, with extensive experience as a Community Drama teacher for children and adults both in London and Athens.