London Greek Radio, in association with The Floorshop, proudly Presents:

The Summer Greekology Day and Night Party! Join us on Sunday, July 7th, at Trent Park Country Club for an unprecedented event.

Experience two Greekology Parties in one day for the first time ever!

GREEKOLOGY with live performances from the legendary superstar duo Christos Dantis & Konstantinos Christoforou, accompanied by their band, all the way from Greece singing all their hits. … and it gets even Better … just added to this amazing line up … special guest star from Athens ZAN BATIST and Our headline DJ, Andreas Michaelides, plus special guests

DJ Mikey Mike
DJ George Michaelides
Ageliki Darra
Mixalis Theodosiou
Eleni C
Elizabeth Chapman
Katerina Neocleous
Giorgos Gerasimos
Samsara Bellydancer

Get ready for the day and night party full of entertainment.

Bask in the summer outdoor vibes on the terrace during the day, from 3pm with our star artists, performers, DJ’s, live acts, live BBQ catered by Uncle Tony’s Taverna and as night falls, immerse yourself in the club and live atmosphere till 1 am!

Due to popular demand, family tickets have now been added exclusively via

Family tickets valid from 3pm to 8pm only.

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult at all times and will be required to leave the premises at 8pm. Children must be a minimum of 12 years old.

Adults will be allowed re-entry to the venue providing they produce their original ticket and retain their security wristband intact.

Tickets are now live, head over to to purchase your tickets today or for VIP table booking call, 07904 537 181.

Free glass of prosecco on entry before 5pm.

Booking fee will apply, NIGHT event is strictly over 18’s, photo ID will be required.

Summer Greekology is proudly sponsored by Apollo Bakery in Finchley & Cockfosters, Selina Quality Food Market, Anvoner Law, & Uncle Tony’s Taverna. ASSOCIATE sponsor The Floorshop.

LGR 103.3 FM, celebrates 35 years of broadcasting as a radio station on 13th November 1989, becoming the UK’s longest-serving ethnic station to hold an FM license.

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Cypriot play “This Night Honey” coming to the UK, part of the proceeds will be donated to the charity Alkionides UK. 

The theatre group of the popular actor and director Lori Loizidis is travelling to London for the first time to present the successful theatrical comedy “This Night Honey” on Saturday 11th May 2024 at 7.30pm at Millfield Theatre, in Edmonton North London. Birmingham, Sunday 12th May at 7.30pm at University of Birmingham.

Entry: 16+ years-old

A couple decides to break the routine of their long-term relationship by taking an escape to a luxury resort in Pegeia, Paphos. The luxurious suite of the hotel and the incredible view against the background of the endless blue seem like the ideal setting for the rekindling of passion in their love life. 

Will their venture have a successful outcome? Or will their love affair end ignominiously? An important role in the achievement of the goal will be played by the theatre audience as the spectators during the play will be invited to take part in a group “psychotherapy” giving advice to the couple and partly determining the outcome of the play. 

The elements of the play compose a unique mosaic of incredible laughter, love, romance, and authentic love. Through the script, the viewer will have the opportunity to travel musically to nostalgic times. Back when everything was more innocent, more direct, and simpler. 

Actors : Loris Loizidis, Michalis Sofokleous, Maria Mastridou, Maria Papakosta, Stella Filippidou, Irini Salata and Konstantinos Tsitsios star in the show.  

11/05/2024 at 7pm, at Millfield Theatre, at Edmonton, North London to spend two hours of incredible laughter and at the same time travel back in time, to beautiful and nostalgic times.  

12/05/2024 at 7.30pm, Birmingham, University of Birmingham Edgbaston B15 2TT.

It is worth noting that part of the proceeds will be allocated to support the charity Alkionides UK. 

Text – direction Loris Loizidis

The show is suitable for people over 16 years old. 

Tickets are priced at £35 & £30 pounds from Millfield Theatre. Start time of the show: 7:30pm

For more information 07831 412 542


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LGR 103.3 FM is the official media sponsor of Josephine live in London. 🇬🇧 One of the hottest acts on the Greek music scene, Josephine will be appearing at the world-renowned Lola’s Hippodrome Casino Leicester Square, on the 28th of March. This marks her first concert in London after the success of her recent album “Ta Kala Koritsia”.🔥

Josephine has become one of the biggest female superstars in Greek music, releasing a string of consecutive hits.

Her latest album “Ta Kala Koritsia” includes hit songs such as ” Tilefono”, “Berdemata”, “Kathrefti Kathreftaki Mou”, “Poly Poly”, “Eisai Mia Thea (2023 Version)”, “Pirkaya”, “Kyma Mou” and “Geia Sou”.

Get ready for an exclusive night at The Hippodrome Casino with Josephine alongside DJ Andreas Michaelides and DJ George Michaelides plus special guests!🙌

In a whirlwind of excitement and anticipation, tickets for the much-anticipated gig have officially sold out. The announcement came from the official Greek London Live page.

LGR sponsors this Greek London Live event as London’s only official FM-licensed Greek station, and first choice for new music.

This event is sponsored by @going.greek @3wisemonkeys_assos @delphifoods @apollobakeryfinchley @apollobakerycockfosters @archway_steel

This event is supported by @andrewsshipping and KOUNNIS & PARTNERS

Official Media Sponsor: @londongreekradio


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We are delighted to announce that the incredible Triantafyllos Xatzinikolaou will be live with his band in an Athen’s Style sit-down event alongside DJ Andreas Michaelides at the Country Club, Trent Park.

Date: Saturday 4th November
Time: 9.30pm – 3am.

Ticketed Table Prices:
Back Tier (table of 2**) £60pp
Back Tier (table of 4**) £60pp
Back Tier (table of 8) £60pp
Middle Tier (table of 2**) £70pp
Middle Tier (table of 4**) £70pp
Middle Tier (table of 6**) £70pp
Middle Tier (table of 8) £70pp
Second Row Front Tier (table of 8) £80pp
First Row Front Tier (table of 8) £100pp (SOLD OUT)

All tables will include entrance, fruit platters, nuts & crisps.

Terms And Conditions:
Attendees must present a valid ID for entry to the event.
This event is strictly 18+

Tickets are non-refundable.

**Kindly be aware that all tables are tables of 8. If you purchase a table for 6, 4 or 2 guests, please note you will be sharing the table with other guests.

To book tickets for LGR Greekology, please visit the tickets page here.

This event is sponsored by Andrews Shipping & Forwarding, Cannons Fish Restaurant, Cypriot Heights, Kings ‘N’ Queens Watches & Jewellery, Hatton Garden London, & Xamos at The Hart Lounge and sister station, Delite Radio

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The Cyprus Week free event at Theatro Technis at 26 Crowndale, starts today. The 6-day event which runs until 22nd July, celebrates the talent and creativity of Cypriot and Greek artists.

The arts venue is founded by George Eugeniou in 1957, he is the Artistic Director, with the help of Kerry Kyriacos Michael MBE as its new Creative Director.

Cyprus Week has taken place at Theatro Technis for over 55 years, created originally as a cultural response by Cypriots in London to events in the 50’s, and renewed again with greater intensity after the Greek Junta Coup and Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974.

Monday 17th July at 7pm (Raising the flag of the Republic of Cyprus at 6pm approx.)
Cypria written by Elena Pavli and performed by Lucy Christofi Christy. A satirical play about the unrealised dreams and the historical erasure of Stasinus, known as the ‘lost poet of Cyprus’.

Cypria – [A minor retelling of the epic life of the semi-legendary Stasinus, lost poet of Cyprus], is a satirical play about the unrealised dreams and the historical erasure of Stasinus, known as the ‘lost poet of Cyprus’. Written and directed by Elena Pavli and performed by Lucy Christofi Christy, this segment is an excerpt of a longer play.

Elena Pavli is a playwright, TV writer and actor. Her nomadic childhood included moving between England, Saudi Arabia, Cyprus and Australia.  Her first full-length play, THE BAD, THE SAD & THE BROKEN-HEARTED, was performed at Soho Theatre and the Steve Allen Theater in Los Angeles.  She has also written on several television series, including SNATCH for Sony/Crackle TV.

Elena is a graduate of The Central School Of Speech and Drama and has performed in theatres as geographically distant as The Globe and The Sydney Opera House. She is currently working as a staff writer as well as writing her own television series.

Lucy Christy is a character actress that enjoys the more challenging roles.  UK born of Greek and Cypriot origin, London educated and trained in theatre and screen. She has spent my time working between the UK and Cyprus. Lucy has a long history working with Theatro Technis.

Tuesday 18th July at 7pm
OUR JOURNEY My Dog Azur. The Actors Touring Theatre presents in collaboration with EKA.

A story about a dog called Azur and the village Sichari on the Pentadactylos mountain. A one-act short play by Vasilis Panayis.

With Panos Savvides, Georgia Georgiou, Markos Xenophontos, Avgi Fasoull, Perristera Toumazi, Chriso and Peter Panayi.

Assistant Director Menios Grammenos. Directed & Produced by Vasilis Panayis. Music by Stalo Georgiou. Featuring live traditional music by Eleftheria Georgiou.

Wednesday 19th July at 7pm
A Lobby for Cyprus and Famagusta Association of Great Britain debate and seminar. Famagusta: Shattered lives seminar.

49 years since they were forcibly uprooted from their homes and other properties in the Turkish-occupied northern area of the Republic of Cyprus, lawful residents of Famagusta will share their agonising experiences, their shattered lives and their longstanding desire to return to where they belong.

Speakers and presentations by Philip Christopher, President of PSEKA (by videolink), Presidential Commissioner for Humanitarian Issues and Overseas Cypriots (by videolink), Andreas S Kakouris, High Commissioner of Republic of Cyprus to UK, Dr Vassilis Mavrou, President of Famagusta Association of GB, Dr Theodora Christou, Lobby for Cyprus executive, The refugee perspective, and a musical performance by Nikos Savvides.

Thursday 20th July at 7pm
The Suitcase by Lorna Eleonora Vassiliades. Directed by Pedro Perez Rothstein. What do you take with you when suddenly you have to leave your home?

On the anniversary of the Turkish Invasion of Cyprus, performance Artist Lorna Eleonora Vassiliades creates a ritual of grief and mnemonic resistance through the suitcase and items her family grabbed when they were forced to flee from their home in Famagusta.

Everyone with experience and/or a heritage of forced displacement is invited to bring an item with them.

We will end dancing a Greek circle dance together as a symbol of unity.

Estimated running time: 60 minutes.

Lorna Eleonora Vassiliades is a journalist-author turned performer and PhD researcher investigating solo performance and the heritage of displacement at Queen Mary University of London.

Friday 21st July at 7pm & Saturday 22nd July at 7pm
Pan Metron Ariston, a play reading by George Eugeniou. A Theatro Technis production.

A new political satire written by the founder of Theatro Technis, George Eugeniou.

Come and listen to this new play in development, by multi award winning published playwright and director Geroge Eugeniou.

Friday 21st July Act One & Saturday 22nd July Act Two.

Estimated running time 1 hour 20 mins.

A free event as part of Cyprus Week.

For more information visit: Theatro Technis.

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The first-ever Greek Arts Festival takes place, this week at Millfield Theatre. The 3-day event, set to run from 28th to 30th June, promises to be “an amazing mini-week of Greek and Cypriot culture and entertainment!”

Talent contest, children’s play, paintings, books and other exhibitions. Also Byzantine, Greek and Cypriot traditional and folk music by professionals and participation of students from Greek Community schools.

Wednesday 28th June at 7pm
Dances from Walker Greek School. Traditional music & songs.

Byzantine Music brought to you by the School of Byzantine Music of our Holy Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain, under the direction of Father Iosif Paliouras.

A children’s play coming from Athens by Evaggelia Gkioni “Mia grammi ke mia telia” (“Μια γραμμή και μια τελεία”).

A children’s theatrical play by Omilos Eksipiretiton (The Servers’ Society), Athens, Greece. If you search the Fairytale Map, two ice creams up and one somersault to the right, somewhere near Wonderland, you will discover a Land truly worthy of wonder. It is the Great Land of WoWs! It is there that our hero, the Little Miracle, lives. One morning, the Little Miracle wakes up from a really strange dream… what dream did it have? And what has our hero been seeking to find since then? Does anyone know the answer?

The Little Miracle’s adventure will lead it to the House of the Wise Man. Will our hero go in? And anyway, what role does the Fairy Godmother play in all this, and what about that stumbling, blundering Exclamation Mark? It is all this and much more that you will discover in our play.

Thursday 29th June at 7pm
Talent Contest “Show Me Your Talent” (singing, dancing, comedy, acting, magic, or any other talent you have). We will find talent through local newspapers and social media such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and YouTube. The Lewis Sisters and Elizabeth Chapman have been confirmed as the judges, on the night.






All Contestants will perform on the evening and judges will give professional industry feedback then it’s your chance to vote.

Winners will be selected by judges and Audience votes.

Friday 30th June at 7pm
Dinner & Dance. Live orchestra music with Mixalis Theodosiou, Giorgos Yerasimos, Sophia Pechlivani, Mihalis Minas (Bouzouki), & Spyros Paisios (keyboard).

Tickets £50 including a 4-course meal.


A selection of traditional Greek dips, bread and olives.

Lamb kleftiko
Traditional Slow roasted lamb shank scented with cinnamon and herbs served with delicious Cyprus potatoes
Horiatiki salad
The classic Greek salad – served with feta

A popular Greek dish with layered roasted vegetables topped with a flavoursome sauce and oven baked for Perfection.
Horiatiki salad
The classic Greek salad

Freshly made crispy dough balls
Served with Tea or coffee


If you are vegetarian or vegan please let us know by emailing

The producers have the right to make changes to the programme & cast if needed.

There will be paintings, books & photographic exhibitions during the festival.

Head on over to the Millfield Theatre website and secure your tickets now before they sell out! Whether you’re a die-hard Greek and Cypriot culture enthusiast or simply looking for a fun night out, the Greek Arts Festival 2023 has something for everyone. Don’t wait, book your tickets today and join us for a cultural extravaganza that you’ll never forget!

Media sponsors: LGR & Eleftheria Newspaper
Gold sponsors: Built it Builders Merchants and A&P Skips
Supporters: Autumn Gardens and Anastasia Lodge

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LGR Club Nights returns on Saturday 22nd April for our biggest event to date, at the Country Club Trent Park.

London Greek Radio proudly presents Greekology with Greek star hit-maker Konstantinos Koufos live on on Saturday the 22nd of April at the Country Club Trent Park !

He’ll be joined by our very own DJ Andreas Michaelides who will be mixing the best Greek & English hits all night.

Doors to this unmissable event are open from 9.30pm until 3am.

This is a strictly over-18’s night and physical photo ID will be required for entry. Unfortunately, only physical proof of over-18 ID will be accepted.

Tickets are expected to sell fast, so to avoid disappointment, we advise that you secure your place now.

Head over now to (this link) for your tickets.

This event is sponsored by Souvlaki Delivered Southgate, Mortgages & More London, Hart Lounge & Andrews Shipping & Forwarding

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Broadcasting on 103.3 FM in London
On DAB+ (Digital Radio) in Birmingham, London & Manchester
Online at
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Published: 23.03.2023

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Due to the phenomenal success of LGRs Club Nights in 2022, and by popular demand, our first Greekology event in 2023 has been confirmed for Friday 24th February!

Our very own DJ Chris Theoharous will be on the decks from 9pm till 2.30am with the biggest Greek & English hits + confirmed guests on the night: The Lewis Sisters and their dancers and Giorgos Theodorou with live Fusion Greek band!

Join us on the 24th as we party the night away at The Country Club Trent Park in Oakwood.

Head over now to (this link) for your tickets. If you’re really quick, there’s some reduced limited early-bird tickets, which are available whilst stocks last!

So, make sure you’ve got your ticket secured today at

This is a strictly over-18’s night and physical photo ID will be required for entry. Unfortunately, only physical proof of over-18 ID will be accepted.

See you at The Country Club Trent Park for our first Greekology of 2023!

Now don’t leave it too late this time!

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LGR Club Nights returns on Saturday the 17th of December for a Christmas Special at the Country Club Trent Park.

We are hosting a spectacular Christmas party on Saturday 17th December featuring DJ Andreas Michaelides mixing Greek & English hits, including the best Modern Laika, Greek Club, Greek Classics and Zeimbekika alongside all the biggest LGR hits of the decade.

As always, there will also be surprise guests live in-person at The Country Club from 9:30pm ’til late on what’s expected to be a real Christmas extravaganza!

And we now announce that special guests on the night include Mixalis Theodosiou with live band and Eleni C with dancers!

If you’re really quick, there’s some reduced limited early-bird tickets, which are available whilst stocks last!

So make sure you’ve got your ticket secured today (via) the link here.

This is a strictly over-18’s night and physical photo ID will be required for entry. Unfortunately, only physical proof of over-18 ID will be accepted.

LGR’s Christmas Greekology Club Night at The Country Club, Trent Park N14 on Saturday 17th December.

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LGR Club Nights returns on Friday 23rd September for our biggest event to date, at the Country Club Trent Park.

DJ : Andreas Michaelides

Performers on The Night: Ageliki Darra, Mixalis Theodosiou, Eleni C & Elizabeth Chapman

Music: There will be a mix of Greek & English hits playing all night long; as we’ll be mixing the best Modern Laika, Greek Club, Greek Classics and Zeimbekika alongside all the biggest English hits of the decade.

Doors will open at 9pm and we will celebrate all things ‘Greekology’ until 2.30am on what’s known as the Autumn Equinox!

Photo ID will be required for entry and this is an over-18’s event only!

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