Melbourne’s Hellenic Museum postpones three-day celebration of Byzantine food and music

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The Hellenic Museum in Melbourne has postponed its event, Between East & West, a three-day celebration of Byzantine food and music from October 15–17 this year to April 2023.

Details are yet to be confirmed by the museum as to the new dates for the celebration.

Across the three evenings, Between East and West will showcase the best of the Byzantine Empire through music, storytelling and culinary arts, brought to life in the Hellenic Museum courtyard.

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