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
  • A skein of people and colour unravels in India, photographic exhibition by George Zampas (exhibition)
  • Frequencies Awakening, Andrew Polyviou’s debut art exhibition revealing his inspiration and creative journey through art therapy (exhibition)
  • Ξυλοσύνη – Xylosini, Emphasizing the irrevocable connection between the creator and his creations, Nikos Tilkeridis brings to London for the first time some of his unique wood crafted objects and reveals the knowledge, effort and respect involved in working with wood. (exhibition)
  • Concert with guitar and songs at 7pm (Music event), capacity 100

Sunday 23rd

Open 11am–4pm

event
  • A skein of people and colour unravels in India, photographic exhibition by George Zampas (exhibition)
  • Frequencies Awakening, Andrew Polyviou’s debut art exhibition revealing his inspiration and creative journey through art therapy (exhibition)
  • Ξυλοσύνη – Xylosini, Emphasizing the irrevocable connection between the creator and his creations, Nikos Tilkeridis brings to London for the first time some of his unique wood crafted objects and reveals the knowledge, effort and respect involved in working with wood. (exhibition)

info_outline This building is open free of charge at other times of the year

Design

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