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Much anticipated 39th Greek Festival of Sydney set to be a huge success

The Greek Festival of Sydney kicked off at Enmore Theatre on Friday night. Commemorating 200 years from Greece’s Independence, this year’s festivities are set to be the biggest celebration of …

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Real stories of ‘Blood and Bone’ as play brings to life the Battle of Crete through the eyes of veterans

“If only veterans spoke while they were alive,” Hellenic RSL President Steven Kyritsis told Neos Kosmos during the rehearsals of writer/producer Meg McNena’s Blood and Bone. It’s a play focused …

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Pippin musical goes on with Angelique Cassimatis after Kerri-Anne Kennerly’s injury

Angelique Cassimatis has already had a 15-year run as an entertainer with shows throughout Australia, Asia and New Zealand, however her name was splattered across the media this week with …

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A Mama Mia inspired boat cruise comes to Melbourne

Missed the Greek islands? In March, you can get a taste of Greek summer in Melbourne with a Mamma Mia themed boat cruise. A singing/performance cast is coming to Melbourne …

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Marrickville hears the “Cries of a Thief”

Sydney’s Hellenic Art Theatre are currently running their production Cries of a Thief (ΦΩΝΑΖΕΙ ο ΚΛΕΦΤΗΣ) until 13 December. The comedy written by Dimitris Psathas and directed by Stavros Economidis follows …

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Victoria Haralabidou carves a path towards enlightenment

Talented Greek actress and writer, Victoria Haralabidou is widely known for her lead role in the Greek film “Brides”, directed by Pantelis Voulgaris which granted her the best actress award …

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International Dance Festival kicks off in Kalamata despite COVID-19 pandemic

The international Dance Festival of Kalamata will be held outdoors in Kalamata, but will nonetheless keep its appointment with dance lovers from July to August. Despite some adjustments on account …

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A play about loss: ‘Ligi Alitheia’ on show for the second time

Due to its overwhelming success, the Greek Community of Melbourne’s Creative Drama & Arts Group is putting on a second performance of their play Ligi Alitheia (Λίγη Αλήθεια). This time …

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‘The Usual Dagos’ comedians share what it means to grow up hilariously ethnic in Australia

Seven comedians from different backgrounds lay claim to the ‘wog’ culture in their own way. They take the stage of ‘The Usual Dagos’ and transport Aussie audiences back to their …

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Nia Vardalos hints at possibility of ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3’

It’s been 17 years since My Fat Greek Wedding first hit cinemas, and four years since the sequel was released. Now Nia Vardalos is hinting at the possibility of a …

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