Lykion ton Ellinidon in London
The Lykion Ton Hellinidon London was founded in London in 1979, for the purpose of preserving and disseminating Greek culture.
Through a rich, multi-faceted programme of activities and events, the Lykion continually seeks to promote the study and appreciation of Greek arts, customs and traditions.
An important feature of the Lykion’s programme is the teaching of Greek folkloric dances.
Hellenic Centre in London
The Hellenic Centre, founded as a charity in 1994, has the complementary aims of providing a focus for the Hellenic community and promoting an awareness of Hellenic Culture in the United Kingdom. To these ends, the Centre offers a programme of exhibitions, conferences, lectures, concerts and cultural events.
The Hellenic Centre is housed in elegant, light and spacious premises with lift service to four floors. Equipped with a particularly fine grand hall, the Centre welcomes members and non-members alike who wish to use its comprehensive range of facilities for business, professional, cultural and social purposes.
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