Alexander in legend and folk tradition

Alexaxander in legend and folkProfessor Vrassidas Karalis, University of Sydney

Not long after the death of Alexander his life and his personality were transformed into events of legend and myth. Discover the famous book of “alternative history” about Alexander, which since its first form in 3rd-4th century AD has entertained and instructed Greek people until today

Date event is on:     Sunday 21 April
Time:             3pm
Venue:         Australian Museum, 6 College Street
Entry cost:     Free with general museum admission or exhibition entry. No bookings required
Contact:      Greek Festival of Sydney – Phone 02 9750 0440 (9am -5pm Monday to Friday) or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Language Event is in : Greek

Greek Feast with Chefs Helen and Steve

Helen SteveLast Season’s favourite MKR contestants, siblings Helen and Steve Demetriou are taking over George’s Mediterranean Bar and Grill, King Street Wharf on Thursday 18th April and transporting your tastebuds on a journey to Greece.

With a back drop of the wharf setting the scene and accompanied by the sounds of live bouzouki played by Tommy Tsonis, it shouldn’t be too hard to imagine yourself on a Greek island somewhere as this brother and sister team delight everyone with a delectable 4 course menu matched with famous Greek wines from the Lafazanis Estate at Nemea in the Peloponnese.

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