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Antipodes Festival

Antipodes Greek Culture Festival in Melbourne Postponed

For the second year in a row, the Antipodes Festival/Lonsdale St Greek Festival has been postponed due to the pandemic. The Festival was scheduled for 5 and 6 March. Traditionally taking place in the historic Lonsdale St Greek Precinct it...

Lonsdale Street Greek Music Festival Eagerly Awaited This Weekend

The Greek Community of Melbourne will stage its annual Lonsdale Street Greek Music Festival this weekend in Melbourne.

‘The Burning Light’ of Australia

The Greek Orthodox Community of New South Wales in collaboration with the Sydney Greek Festival, the Greek Community of Melbourne and Antipodes Festival will present a Greek play by Kostas Varnalis, entitled “The Burning Light” to the Greek Diaspora...

Australian Politicians Welcomed Melbourne’s Greek Festival

It is estimated that over 120,000 people attended the two-day outdoor feast of Antipodes festival in the center of Melbourne, in the presence of the Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott and the entire political leadership of Australia and the...

Australian Leadership to Attend Greek Festival

The entire Australian political leadership will be attending the opening of the Greek festival of Melbourne. Both the Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, and the leader of the Federal Opposition, Bill Shorten confirmed that they will attend the opening...

A Conversation with Justice Emilios Kyrou

The Antipodes Festival, in collaboration with the Food for Thought Greek Australian Women’s Network, presents "A Conversation with Emilios Kyrou,” an event which will take place on September 7 at the Wheeler Centre, at 6 p.m. Emilios Kyrou is the...

Aussies Host Writer Tsiolkas

The official presentation of John Vasilakakos’ book about the life and the work of the famous Greek Australian author Christos Tsiolkas, entitled Christos Tsiolkas: The Silenced Story – Life and Work, was held in a special event organized in...

Papapetrou’s Photos Show Through The Worlds

Where does childhood end, where does it begin?  In the photo exhibition by the Greek-Australian photographer Polyxeni Papapetrou  that bears the title, Between the Worlds, children are depicted as animals trapped between the worlds of childhood and adulthood of...

Antipodes Festival Draws The Pols

Prime Minister Julia Gillard led a large contingent of politicians who came to the March 16 opening of the Antipodes Festival, ignoring a chilly rain to kick off the festivities to honor Hellenism and make their presence known to...

Hatzigiannis Coming to Sydney and Melbourne

The talented and popular Cypriot musician Michalis Hatzigiannis will perform in this year's Melbourne festival Antipodes, which will be held on March 16 at Lonsdale Street, as well as at Darling Harbour in the Greek Festival of Sydney the...