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Mamma Mia is heading to Cyprus

It started as a hit song by Abba, then it became a musical and now it is a worldwide phenomenon: Mamma Mia!

Limassol Pattihio Municiipal Theatre presents direct from London Abba’s international smash hit Musical “Mamma Mia!”.

This officially licensed

The Significance of Wine in Cypriot culture

Wine has been used throughout the centuries for various spiritual rituals from paganism to Christianity. During these Holy days as you greet one another with ‘Kala Hristougennia’ or Merry Christmas, it worthwhile to think about the importance and history …

Greek Christmas traditions

To the members of the Greek Orthodox Church, Christmas comes in second after Easter. However, this is not to say that Christmas isn’t widely celebrated with unique traditions. It’s difficult to differentiate the traditions between Greece and Cyprus because they …

Michelle Janes modern abstract art on show in Highgate

Michelle Janes  charity Art exhibition with fantastic pieces of Art painted by Michelle herself. There were Carol singers, canapés and plenty more were in abundance at her charity art exhibition

Michelle is well known in the community and her husband …

CBBC show for Nikki Christou, winner of the Child of Courage award at last year’s Pride of Britain Awards,

Nikki Christou, winner of the Child of Courage award at last year’s Pride of Britain Awards, has a new show titled Nikki Lilly Meets which kicked off Wednesday on CBBC.

Join the vlogger and baking ace as she meets some …

Vote for one of our own UK Cypriot actor Peter Polycarpou for Whats On Stage Award

Peter is currently in The National Theatre’s production of ‘Oslo’.  He is nominated under the Best Supporting Actor in a Play category in this years Whatsonstage Awards. And you can vote for him here.

Oslo is currently playing at The …

NEPOMAK (World Federation of Young Overseas Cypriots) delegates visit Israel for Diaspora conference

Four NEPOMAK (World Federation of Young Overseas Cypriots) delegates visited Israel last week following an invitation by The Jewish Agency for Israel and Masa, to participate in the Masa Global Leadership Summit. The aim of the visit …

CyWineFest celebrates World Vegan Month

November is internationally known as World Vegan Month, marked by World Vegan Day on 1 November. There are many reasons why people choose to go vegan – ethic, moral, dietary; and what an amazing coincidence it is, as Orthodox Christians

St Andrew the Apostle Schools unveils plans for new 6th Form

St Andrew the Apostle School’s new 6th Form will have an academic focus with most of its curriculum featuring A-Level courses for students expecting to go to university.

Detailed plans for the 6th Form, which is due to open with …

London Overground to operate 24-hour service

The London Overground is set to operate 24 hours a day from 15 December.

The round-the-clock service will be put into effect on Fridays and Saturdays from New Cross Gate to Dalston Junction, and it’ll be extended to Highbury & …