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Dante Alighieri, the medieval Italian poet, didn’t spare popes and other Catholic prelates in “Divine Comedy,” his 14th-century masterwork detailing his imaginary journey from hell to heaven via purgatory. No fewer than four pontiffs, including the then-reigning pope, Boniface VIII, are pictured in various circles of hell in the book’s “Inferno” cantos, victims of their own greed.

Seven centuries later, Pope Francis paid homage to Dante in an apostolic letter released Thursday (March 25), citing the poet’s criticism of “those believers — whether Popes or the ordinary faithful — who betray Christ and turn the Church into a means for advancing their own interests.”

These believers, Francis added, are accused by Dante of “ignoring the duty of charity towards the defenseless and poor, and instead idolizing power and riches.”

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To celebrate the release of the upcoming documentary, PAVAROTTI, we’re giving you the chance to win a double pass to see it in cinemas. Featuring rare interviews and never-before-seen footage, PAVAROTTI reveals the man behind the icon.


For a chance to win, simply  send us an email, with your details  before the 22th of October. On the 23rd of October we will announce the 10 double pass winners.


Release date: In Cinemas 24 October 2019 (Australia)

Official Trailer:


Full Synopsis: From two-time Academy Award® winning director Ron Howard and the team behind the worldwide success The Beatles: Eight Days a Week, comes a documentary celebrating the life of the beloved opera star Luciano Pavarotti.

PAVAROTTI is an in-depth, no holds barred look at the life, career and lasting legacy of the musical icon who sold over 100 million records in his lifetime. Dubbed "The People's Tenor", Pavarotti was the rare combination of personality, genius and celebrity. He used his prodigious gifts to spread the gospel of opera as entertainment, and something to be enjoyed by all music lovers. Through the sheer force of his talent, Pavarotti commanded the great stages of the world, and captured the hearts of audiences everywhere. Featuring rare interviews with his family and colleagues, and never-before-seen footage, PAVAROTTI goes beyond the iconic public figure to reveal the man himself.


Italian Classes on Sunday at Italiangraffiti Language Centre

Are you too busy during the week, too tired for an evening class or you are already committed to the Saturday's sport?

Try  one of our 3 session special classes to learn basic Italian and make the most of your Italian holidays

Beginner/Traveller Intensive Italian-Sunday Courses Starting 17 February 2019


Origins of the Italian Language

Did you know that the Italian language as well as other Romance languages, like Spanish and French, originates directly from Latin?

Latin, was the language of the Romans and the Italian language has gradually developed from it through a long period of time which began after the Fall of the Roman Empire in the 5th century. Until then Latin had widely spread and had been used across the Roman Empire as the ‘Lingua Franca’: the shared language. Latin was the written and spoken language of educated people and in the Middle Ages was the dominant cultural language in European universities and for all the official acts of the Catholic Church. In fact the illiterate population would only speak local forms of languages.


To get you more involved in the beautiful Italian culture our centre organizes a variety of events throughout the year. Special nights together dedicated to wonderful Italian food, and the best possible company: YOU!

Bring a friend to enjoy $20 off each of your first enrolment in one of our courses!

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'Trincria'-The True Soul of Sicily

17 Day  Escorted Grand Tour of Sicily and

Aeolian Islands

19th September 5th October 2018

English Guided Tour by We Love Italy-Tours




'APERICINEMA' NIGHT  Let's meet at Barrel Bar & Dining at 5pm for a spritz or a glass of wine of your can add a little snack if  you feel peckish.
Movie screening at Hayden Orpheum Cremorne Cinema  6.15 pm.

'Friends by Chance' is an Italian movie, by Director Francesco Bruni, that is part of the Sydney Film Festival 2018.
The movie tells the story of the unusual friendship between a 22 year old slacker and an 85 year old poet who somehow form an unlikely connection.
(Italian with English subtitles).

 $40 fee per person includes: Glass of Spritz aperitif or a glass of  wine, movie ticket, booking fees.


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For a full immersion experience in the Italian language and culture.

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Merry Christmas!

Happy 2018!

Don't miss an unforgettable night of Italian Flavour with Italian Graffiti Langauge Centre.

Meet us at VANTO-QVB RESTAURANT for our


Christmas Dinner Party.

29th of November at 7.30pm

QVB First Floor

For menu & cost refer to our November's Newsletter


3rd-10th October 2017

8 Days Luxury Escorted Tour

If you think of Milan only as a city of business and fashion you definitely need to take a trip with We Love Italy-Tours on the discovery of the many hidden Milanese jewels!’

‘The Last Supper’, Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting is located inside the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie.

A masterpiece of Western painting and a UNESCO World Heritage site, was commissioned to the great Renaissance artist by then-duke of Milan, Ludovico Sforza. It’s a prime example of the new perspective technique introduced by da Vinci himself and still evokes a sense of mystery, enhanced by the numerous references in contemporary books and movies.


20 September-3rd October 2017

14 Day Luxury Escorted Tour

Small Group 

Slow Pace

Gourmet Experiences

Art & Culture-Relax-Fun

A Tour by We Love ITaly-Tours Sydney

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