A small gathering for all the Greeks in Ireland and their friends. All are welcome. Join us for a few drinks and socializing.
Where: Urban Brewing
Sunday 11June 2017 from 13:30 to 16:30 in the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin Castle:
1st Greek Business and Arts Exhibition.
Greek entrepreneurs and artists getting together to introduce their business to wider audience.
Please note that the date has changed from Saturday 13th May to Sunday 11th June.
Participation for the entrepreneurs and artists is free.For more info,please email:firstname.lastname@example.org
The above image is a painting by the Greek artist Nina Panagopoulou that lived and worked in Ireland the last few years.
Bored To Love You, Oil on Canvas, 2017
The painting is representing the God of Dionisos feeding the God of Love grapes.
The Hellenic Community of Ireland is hosting a seminar entitled
'Cyprus: The negotiating process and the way forward'
Speaker:H.E. Ambassador of the Republic of Cyprus to Ireland, Dr Kostas Papademas.
Wednesday 10th May 2017 at 19:30 at the United Arts Club
(3 Fitzwilliam Street Upper,Dublin 2,D02 RR50)
Entrance is free
We have the honour to present in Dublin the world premiere of the Moonlight Sonata by Yannis Ritsos.
The two actors Sophia Kazantzian and Marios Iordanou are performing on
Saturday 25th March 2017 at 20:00 in the Long Room Hub of Trinity College Dublin.
The performance, which will be in Greek, will be preceded by the reading of the poem in English (translation by Marjorie Chambers) by students from Trinity College .
For tickets, please contact:
Prices: 10 euro for members of the Hellenic Community of Ireland and chlildren over 12
15 euro for non-members
Dear members and friends of the Hellenic Community of Ireland,
You are invited by the Hellenic Community of Ireland to the cutting of our Vasilopita, which will take place in the Silk Road Cafe of the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin Castle on 5th February 2017.
The event starts at 13:30. The Library is open on Sundays from 13:00 to 17:00, admission is free. This is a great opportunity to get to know the library, and especially it’s Greek treasures. These include the world’s oldest extensive manuscripts, on papyrus, of the Four Gospels, the Apocalypse, and the Letters of St Paul.
There is free and pay and display parking available in different streets around Dublin Castle, including Werburgh Street.
Happy new year
The National Library of Ireland has been archiving the Irish web since 2011. This year, as part of NLI2016, the National Library’s programme for 2016, we are collecting websites that focus on the commemorations of 1916 and life in Ireland in 2016. In November, we will be issuing a call asking the public to help us select sites for inclusion in the NLI Web Archive.