The Armenian Institute is dedicated to making Armenian culture and history a living experience through innovative programmes, educational resources, workshops, academic events, exhibits and performances.The Institute is a UK Registered Charity No. 1088410.
Our office and library are located on the lower floor of Nevart Gulbenkian Hall, Iverna Gardens, London W8 6TP. (Tube: High Street Kensington). The office and library are generally open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10 am to 6 pm. However it is imperative to make a prior appointment either by telephone or email before visiting. We welcome visits by members of the public, researchers and scholars who wish to use the resources of the library.
Telephone: 020 7938 3336
Address for correspondence:
Armenian Institute Library, Armenian Church Hall, Iverna Gardens, London W8 6TP
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New Armenian Institute Publication
Heritage Lottery Fund, SOAS and the Benlian Trust
Sunday, 23 March 2014 at 4 pm.
Visit to the Artist's Studio. With Edman Aivazian, painter.
Due to space limitation only 20 who have pre-booked for the event will be admitted to the studio. To book please contact the Armenian Institute by email or 'phone. Admission: £10
Monday, 31 March 2014 at 7:30 pm
Repatriation and Deception: Post-World War II Soviet Armenia
An Illustrated talk by artist and writer Hazel Antaramian Hofman
Armenian House, 25 Cheniston Gardens, W8 6TG
Love of the Heart: Mediaeval Armenian Poetry. Created by Jason Kouchak, with Shakeh Major Tchilingirian, Nouritza Matossian, Hagop Varoujian, Sonya Varoujian, Seta White
Saturday, 5 April 2014 at 7:30 pm
Further details to be announced soon.
Shakespeare's Globe theatre
in association with the
ARMANIA: A journey through Armenian folksong, dance and poetry
A celebration of the work of great Armenian poets and composers from mediaeval times to the present day. Bringing together musicians and artists from the UK and Armenia, this concert explores the powerful influence Shakespeare has had through the centuries in Armenia and promises to be a magical, rich and lively evening.
This candle-lit concert is part of a series of events marking the inaugural season at the Wanamaker Playhouse, a new indoor Jacobean theatre next to the Globe.
Sunday, 13 and Monday, 14 April 2014
Public booking is now open. Limited number of tickets. Book now at the Globe!
Performance Curator and Director: Seta White
Performed by: Dudukner Ensemble from Armenia with Levon Chilingirian, Alexander Chaushian, Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian, Tereza Gevorgyan
For any further information, please visit the Globe’s website at www.shakespearesglobe.com. Please click here to view the flyer.
An Armenian Banquet will be celebrated at the Swan Restaurant at Shakespeare's Globe on Sunday, 13 April, 5:30 pm.
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