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A series of online talks in English, organised by The Hellenic Centre and The Cambridge Centre for Greek Studies, University of Cambridge every Wednesday at 7pm (UK time) from 10 March until 31 March.

To obtain the links for the talks please email us at or register for each separate lecture via Eventbrite.

The Hellenic Centre

The Hellenic Centre, which celebrated its 25th Anniversary in 2019, is a vibrant cultural hub in the heart of London, situated in a beautiful five-storey Portland stone listed building of the early 1900s. It is a platform for all aspects of Hellenism and many kinds of cultural cooperation and exchanges. Its mission is to promote an awareness and appreciation of Hellenic culture for Greeks and non-Greeks alike, bring together Hellenes in the diaspora and provide a ‘home’ for the cultural activities of the Greek and Greek Cypriot cultural organisations and societies in London. The Centre’s rich cultural programme includes theatre performances, film screenings, discussions, readings, presentations, a great variety of musical events including opera, classical and modern music, a wide range of photograph or painting exhibitions and lectures by distinguished speakers, most of them free to the public, as well as Modern Greek Language courses to adults. The Centre is a charitable, non-political, non-governmental, self-funded organisation and relies on the support of its members and friends and on income generated by hiring out the venue. New members and donations are always welcome as they sustain the Centre into the future and enable it to continue providing high quality cultural, educational and fun events for a diverse audience.