The Hellenic Centre

Forsyth & Maule

place
16-18, Paddington Street, Marylebone, W1U 5AS
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Partial disabled access, Toilets
Built in the early 1900s as the Swedish Academy of Gymnastics, it was used as a hospital during WWI for British wounded soldiers and later as a College of Education. A Greek cultural centre since 1994 with a rich programme of events.

Access

Saturday 22nd

Open 1.30pm–5.30pm

event
  • Photographic exhibition by Margarita Mavromichalis (exhibition)
  • A skein of people and colour unravels in India, photographic exhibition by George Zampas (exhibition)
  • Concert with guitar and songs at 7pm (Music event), capacity 100

Sunday 23rd

Open 11am–4pm

event
  • Photographic exhibition by Margarita Mavromichalis (exhibition)
  • A skein of people and colour unravels in India, photographic exhibition by George Zampas (exhibition)

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Design

Original design
Forsyth & Maule, 1910
Type
Concert/performance space, Community/cultural
Period
Contemporary, Edwardian