With the bouzoukia closed and the Greeks stuck at home, on New Years Eve some of the Greek channels brought together some of our favourite artists with live performances.
Written by George Michael when the star was just 21 years old, ‘Last Christmas’ is still the world’s favourite Christmas song more than three decades after its release, becoming the first number one in the charts of 2021 after an impressive 9.2 million streams over the past week.
One of the longest running celebrity feuds seems to be over after Anna Vissi and Despina Vandi appeared together live on the set of Just the 2 of Us for the first time on Saturday night TV, performing each others songs, singing duets and even exchanging a kiss at the end of the performance.
Dimitris Daskalopolous bought his first work of art whilst travelling through Thailand with his parents at the age of 17 – a statue that he carried with him under his arm for a week as it didn’t fit in his suitcase. Now, through his not-for-profit art foundation Neon, the Greek billionaire is converting a tobacco factory in Athens into a cultural centre as part of his mission to bring contemporary art to the people of Greece.
Platinum selling singer, songwriter and world class guitarist Orianthi has just released her new long-awaited album ‘O’. Here’s what she has to say about her new work as well as her famous collaborations with rock royalty and global superstars including Carlos Santana, Michael Jackson, Alice Cooper, Prince, Richie Sambora and more.
Hollywood heart throb Gerard Butler is dating Greek model Sofia Harmanda and the fiercely private couple are set to spend their Christmas
holidays this year in England and Scotland.
Supermodels Irina Shayk, Joan Smalls and Candice Swanepoel have joined forces to grace the cover of the December edition of Vogue Greece, modelling a variety of black-and-white images which aim to ‘pay homage to humanity’.
Endlessly talented, Dimitris Siasiaridis is a chef, ballet dancer, choreographer, entrepreneur, musician, restaurant owner, co-founder of catering company ‘Dimitris’, member of Greek French innovation network MAZIINOV, artistic director of Greek dance company in France ‘Parthenon Académie de Danses’ and co-owns the first pop corn store in Paris ‘Yummy POP’ with actress Scarlett Johannson. Through his professional activities and hobbies, every day Dimitris continues to promote Greek food, music, culture, way of life and the Greek spirit.
Renowned Greek Australian documentary photographer is to present her photographic exhibition Greek Australians: In Their Own Image, featuring select works that capture the depth and diversity of Australia’s Greek presence through moving individual migration stories that resonate.
Evangelia’s latest single released today, ‘Fotia’ (translates to ‘fire’) is sure to heat up the charts. Growing up between Crete and New Jersey, this 27-year-old singer and songwriter is definitely one of the most fascinating must-watch talents of the year.
New Woody Harrelson movie ‘Triangle of Sadness’ has started filming on Hiliadou Beach, Evia with filming also taking place place on other Greek islands as well as on a yacht in the Ioanian sea.
In this exclusive interview with Greek City Times, Kelly Kellekidou speaks with Greek City Times about her new song ‘Vasanizomai’ and the strong messages she wants to send to all women via her videoclip.
Agreement between Greek production company Wishmore and American FilmNation set to “unlock the doors”, giving Greek cinematographers and filmmakers the chance to showcase their talent to an international audience.
“Safe to say, I’m pretty proud of my roots.” Greek Reality TV star and this year’s Runner Up in the Bachelor, Bella Varelis talk about how her trip to Greece last year helped her reconnect with her culture and ancestry.
Get a taste of The Taverna. Award-winning writer/director, Alkinos Tsilimidos serves up life, love, food and cultural differences in his brand new dark comedy premiering today in cinemas across Australia. Join Kostas for one utterly chaotic evening in his family-run Greek restaurant. Opa! Make a reservation for The Taverna at a cinema near you.