Deities Within The Self: Anna Sophocles
Investigates Fresco techniques a\and the layering and fragmented imagery of the past and present using ancient Greek mythologies.
Miltons Restaurant.  more >>>

EELKA Visual Art and Book Exhibition
Featuring exclusive prints of Greek folk-painter Theophilos to commemorate the 70th anniversary of his death.
Mytilinian House more >>>

Pieces of Greece
by Raymond de Berquelle & Tracey Allen.
A unique photographic portrait of Greece's natural beauty and cycladic charm. Landscapes in Brilliant Colour and creative black and white from artists who have lived and loved in Greece.

Venue A -  Kudos Gallery more >>>

Venue B -  Harbourside Shopping Centre more >>>

In Her Own Image: Effy Alexakis
One of Sydney's best known documentary photographers will present images from her latest project.
Macquarie University  more >>>

Home Truths: Byron Cominos, Vasilis Natsis
featuring scenes of Greek Events and places with a twist.
Kudos gallery  more >>>

The Philosophy of Love: True Love in the Age of Desire

Philosophy night written and Produced by Edward Spence. A performance of an original play, talk by a keynote speaker and lively audience participation through discussion.
The Studio, Sydney Opera House more >>>

The Virgin Club
An exciting, new one woman show by Phyllis Foundis that tells the story of Agni, a twenty-something virgin with twenty-something reasons why she should and shouldn't have sex.
The Edge Theatre, Newtown  more >>>

The Paragon Files by Sidetrack Theatre Group
Adam Hatzimanolis' semi autobiographical multi-media play about the life of a 'wog growing up in Wollongong'.
Sidetrack Theatre  more >>>

Get Ready to Act by Sidetrack Theatre
Sidetrack Theatre explores Greek tragedy over one day of acting workshops for budding young thespians.
Sidetrack Theatre  more >>>

The Taming of the Strigla by Take Away Theatre.
Set in the late 1960s in Sydney, a hilarious bi-lingual Greek-Australian adaptation of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew.
Sidetrack Theatre  more >>>

A Tribute to Nikos Kavvadias

A concert of inspiring songs based on the music of renowned Greek poet and merchant seaman, Nikos Kavvadias.
Newtown Theatre  more >>>

Candlelight Concerts
Produced by and featuring Camille Maria Mercep.
A concert based on the music inspired by the Olympics in one of Sydney's most beautiful churches.
The Garrison, Holy Trinity Church, The Rocks  more >>>

The Immigrants Song
A concert by Anna Sevo covering the great songs of the mass migration from Greece to Australia with songs from Kazantzakis, Marinella and Panou amongst many others.
Greek Community Club  more >>>

Maria Yiakoulis - Live at the Studio
Maria Yiakoulis in concert
The enchanting voice of Maria Yiakoulis in what will be an up close and personal performance with a unique blend of contemporary world music with influences from around the globe.
The Studio, Opera House  more >>>

Darling Harbour Greek Fest Dance Party
All are invited to party-on after our day at Darling Harbour where you can dance, drink and mingle with the who's who of Greek Sydneysiders.
The Watershed Hotel  more >>>

Funkanopolis - The City of Funk
A night of 80's funk, disco and salsoul with today's deep grooves.
Marrickville Bowling Club  more >>>

Karangiozi @ Campsie: Kostas Zouganelis
By Zoyganelis Kostas & Campsie Library
Campsie Library  more >>>

Screenprinting Workshops with Nina Angelo
Young Greeks are welcome to create their own design to contribute to the panels of Peace and Harmony for the Darling Harbour celebration.
Campsie Library  more >>>

Greek Imprints: Radio Nationalís Olympic Odyssey

Radio Programs exploring and celebrating ancient and contemporary Greek Culture and it's presence in the Australian Multicultural milieu.
ABC Radio National  more >>>

Greek Festival of Sydney at Darling Harbour

The flagship event of the 21st Greek Festival of Sydney and taking place by lively and exciting shores of Darling harbour and with over 50 stalls and in excess of 30,000 visitors. One of Sydney's main community events. A fun day full of non-stop entertainment including live Greek music, dancing, street performers, arts, crafts and fabulous Greek food!
Sun 21-Mar, Darling Harbour  more >>>

Western Oriental Goddess: International Womenís Day
Including special performance of The Virgin Club.
Greek Australian women contribute to an open panel of discussion on sex, virginity and love. High-Profile guests to lead the discussion.
more >>>

Thursday Outings
Sydney's Seniors let their hair down at a colourful Greek indoor paniyiri and eat, drink, dance, sing and laugh the afternoon away. The Thursday Outings series is part of Seniors Week 2004.
more >>>

Dionysios Solomos Awards
NSW Higher School Certificate students who have achieved the highest marks in Modern and Classical Greek are honoured at the annual Dionysios Solomos Awards.
13/14 March, GOC, Syd Uni  more >>>

Greek National Independence Day Parade
Sydney's Greek Australian community celebrates Greece's historic struggle for national independence in the early nineteenth century
Sun 21-Mar, Darling Harbour  more >>>

Canterbury Harmony Day
A collaboration of the Greek and Arabic Communities to promote Peace and Harmony.
Orion Park, Campsie  more >>>

Greek Festival Closing Party
After the Philosophy of Love, Festival patrons can enjoy cocktails, canapés and luscious music at Miltons Restaurant. A night to conclude this massive community event.
Sun 28 March, Miltons Restaurant  more >>>

Greek - Chinese Cross Cultural night
An evening that will embrace the best of two cultures, including Chinese and Greek music, dancing and food.

Jordons Special Offer
To celebrate the Greek Festival of Sydney
Jordons are offering festival patrons a complimentary bottle
of pre-selected Greek wine with the minimum purchase of
two main meals.  more >>>

Big Fat Greek Banquet II
Sydney's best loved 'Greek' Restaurants join forces with the Festival to offer festival patrons the finest Greek dining in this food loving city.
Restaurants and Events involved:

Steki Banquet Nites
@ Steki Greek Restaurant  more >>>

Scorpio's Charity Nite 
@ Scorpio Greek Restaurant  more >>>

Wild Figs, Honey and Walnuts: David Tsirekas & Gina Rizakos
@ Perama Greek Restaurant  more >>>

Miltons Banquet Nites EVENT SOLD OUT
@ Miltons Restaurant  more >>>

OPA @ White Blue
@ White Blue Restaurant  more >>>

Zorba and The Don at Mylos
@ Mylos Restaurant  more >>>

Zorba and The Don - Kazantzakis and Spain

An exploration of Spanish Culture as seen through the eyes of the Greek writer and thinker Nikos Kazantzakis that will focus on the iconic figures of the Don (Quixote) and Sancho.
Glebe Books  more >>>

The Olympic Games in The Modern World
A lecture by Assoc. Prof. Vrasidas Karalis presenting the ideas and visions of the people who revived the Olympics as an international event.

The Greek Festival Soccer Cup---
Two soccer giants - Sydney Olympic and South Melbourne clash in this curtain raiser for the Festival.
Sunday 29 Feb 04, OKI Jubilee Stadium

Greek Soccer Supporters Taverna Night
The supporters of AEK, Olympiakos and Panathinaikos join forces for an evening of fun, football and food to raise money for the Greek Orthodox Community Home for the Aged.

The Master Builder
The Master Builder is a musical tragedy by Manolis Kalomiris, a pioneer of opera and music theatre in modern Greece. First performed in 1916, it is based on a play by Nikos Kazantzakis, who later became famous as the author of Zorba the Greek. more >>>

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