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The Weekend Neos Kosmos : 10 June 2017
WHAT’S 10 THE WEEKEND NEOS KOSMOS | SATURDAY 10 JUNE 2017 On VIC LIVE AT THE GREEK: LAVANT GARDE The 2017 series of Live at the Greek launches on Friday 16 June at the Greek Centre (168 Lonsdale St, Melbourne) with Lavant Garde who will play classic Greek laika, entexna, and rebetika. The bar opens at 7.30 pm for an 8.30 pm start. Tickets $20 Full | $18 Greek Community premium members. For more information and to purchase tickets, call (03) 9662 2722 or email email@example.com INCREDIBLE GREEK DISHES WITH KATHY TSAPLES Sweet Greek Kathy Tsaples returns to the Relish Mama Kitchen (Warehouse 1/347 Bay Rd, Cheltenham) on Saturday 17 June from 12 noon - 3.00 pm for a special cooking class featuring some of her favourite recipes. To book your spot, visit relishmama.com.au/ PHILOSOPHY SALON: PLATO As part of their ongoing Philosophy Salon series, The School of Life presents Plato, the most pivotal figure in the development of philosophy, and three of his central ideas: Utopia, Reality, and The Good. The Philosophy Salon is an intimate experience for those interested in a deep and slightly more academic School of Life experience in an atmosphere of explo- SA 10-YEAR BIRTHDAY GREEK NIGHT Adelaide’s longest running Greek Night team, KEFI, turns 10 years old this month and celebrate with a special anniversary event this weekend on Sun- AUSTRALIA NIKOS VERTIS LIVE Greek singer Nikos Vertis performs in Melbourne at The Plenary tonight, Saturday 10 June and in Sydney at the Enmore Theatre on Sunday 11 June, with Malu and Thomai Apergi. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit (Melbourne) premier.ticketek.com. au/ or call/SMS 0411748624 for tables, and (Sydney) enmoretheatre.com.au/ ZAN BATIST LIVE Following his European tour, this month musician Zan Batist heads to Oz to perform his hits, including Greek track of the year Pes Tou and his new song Mazi Den Kanoume. He performs at Kinisi (3/560 Church St, Richmond) on Friday 23 June and in Sydney on Saturday 24 June at The Basement (29 Reiby Pl, Sydney). To book tickets for Melbourne call 0411 748 624 or for Sydney visit moshtix.com.au * If you know of any Greek events taking place across the country, including those organised by Greek syllogoi, please forward details to firstname.lastname@example.org day 11 June from 9.00 pm - 4.00 am. Past and present KEFI DJs will return to play the most loved tracks of the last 10 years at The Pearl (149 Waymouth St, Adelaide) ration and enjoyment. This Salon will be held on Thursday 22 June from 7.00 - 9.00 pm at the White House (11 Princes St, St Kilda). To purchase tickets, visit theschooloflife.com GREEK GODDESS STARRING MARIA MERCEDES Maria Mercedes stars as Melina Mercouri in the play Greek Goddess. It sees Mercouri at a rally raising awareness of Greece’s non-democratic government back in 1967 with love songs, traditional Greek songs, protest songs, songs from various films and comedy in English, French, and Greek accompanied by piano, guitar, and bouzouki. The first performance is on Tuesday 27 June at Kingston Arts Centre (979-985 Nepean Hwy, Moorabbin) at 8.00 pm, followed by three shows at Gasworks Theatre (21 Graham St, Albert Park) from 29 June-1 July at 7.30 pm. To purchase tickets, visit kingstonarts.com.au/ or gasworks.org.au THE JEWS OF GREECE Emmanuel Santos and Carol Gordon show the history, tradition, and present-day existence of the Jews of Greece in an insightful exhibition at the Jewish Museum of Melbourne (26 Alma Rd, St Kilda) until 3 September. The exhibition celebrates this ancient community, which dates back to approximately 300-250 BCE, who despite facing almost total NT GREEK GLENDI This weekend (Saturday 10 - Sunday 11 June) head to the Greek Festival at Bicentennial Park (The Esplanade, Darwin) from 10.00 am - 12 midnight to cel- ebrate the significant contribution made by Darwin’s Greek community. Enjoy a broad array of food, wine, dance, and music. For further details, visit facebook.com/ pg/glenti.com.au decimation in The Holocaust, have continued to survive. For more information, visit jewishmuseum.com.au CLOUDY SUNDAY In conjunction with The Jews of Greece exhibition and the Jewish International Film Festival, Cloudy Sunday screens at Classic Cinemas Elsternwick on Sunday 9 July at 7.00 pm as part of a film series dedicated to the Jewish communities of Corfu, Athens, Thessaloniki, Rhodes, and Kastoria. Inspired by real life events and adapted from George Skarbadonis’s novel of the same name, the film touches on the German occupation of Thessaloniki of 1942 and the heart-breaking love story of Estrea, a Jewish girl, and Giorgos, a Christian boy, forced to seek sanctuary at the historic Ouzeri Tsitsanis. To book, visit classiccinemas.com.au/ LEGENDS OF REBETIKA 1950-1960 A special tribute to the legends of rebetika takes place at the Caravan Music Club (95-97 Drummond St, Oakleigh) on Saturday 9 September from 8.00 - 11.00 pm. The concert will cover the songs that propelled rebetika across the globe, featuring work by Tstitsanis, Vamvakaris, Mitsakis, Bellou, Ninou, Hadzichristos, Hiotis, Georgakopoulou and more. To purchase tickets, visit caravanmusic.com.au DIGITAL.NEOSKOSMOS.COM This weekend head to Darwin’s Greek Glendi.
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