THE ILIAD

THE ILIAD


In the context of the London 2012 Olympic Games The Readers of Homer warmly invite you to take part in the marathon reading of THE ILIAD which will take place on July 21st from 10am to 8pm at the Hellenic Centre in London.

200 readers of all ages and backgrounds including Athletes, Diplomats, Journalists, Artists, students and children will gather to read and sing Homer's great epic, one after the other, in the languages of the world. The event will be enhanced with on-stage projection of the text in English and related images, music interludes and melodies from the musical ensemble Daemonia Nymphe, on reconstructed ancient Greek Instruments by Nicholas Brass and a homeric feast.

Their common aim will be to add their voices to the international Olympic call for truce and permanent peace, just a weak before the official opening ceremony of the 2012 Games in London, promoting the human values and ideals which originated in Greece thousands of years ago, and still reverberate there, in Homer’s land, despite the current crisis.

In order to be part of this unique cultural endeavour, please choose your time slot below, complete the registration process and you will receive an electronic ticket for the event in your inbox. Detailed instructions and specific passages will be sent to all participants by July 20th.


Sponsors: Hellenic Centre, A.G.Leventis Foundation, Maria Tsakos Foundation, Ms. Marilena Inglessis


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When?

Saturday, July 21, 2012 10:00 AM

Where?

THE HELLENIC CENTERE
Paddington St 16-18
W1U 5AS London
, United Kingdom


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