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Thursday, 02 July 2020
The SACS programme aims to support "highly motivated, talented and socially engaged applicants” in the arts and culture field
The online initiative supports arts, education and heritage in the Middle East and beyond
Abdel Rahim died suddenly on Tuesday afternoon
Kenneth MacMillan's Anastasia was made available for two weeks starting 15 May on the Royal Opera’s YouTube channel
Since the beginning of the general shutdown of all cultural venues, Mariinsky Theatre moved its activities online
A few days before the 28th anniversary of his death, Fouda's debate on secularism vs Islamism surpassed popular entertainment content to reach fourth place on the ministry's YouTube channel
Among the 25 locations which saw minor or major restoration works are cultural palaces in Assiut, Port Said, Zagazig, Hurghada, Beni Suef, Aswan, Banha, and Abu Qir
The Sharm El-Sheikh International Theatre Festival for Youth was among the most affected cultural events in Egypt as the shutdown of all activities came shortly prior to the launch of its fifth edition
The new video includes segments from a full circus show including acrobatic stunts, trapeze artists, balancing and clowns
While spending Eid at home due to the coronavirus lockdown in Egypt, check out the many cultural events which have already been released or will be available online and on Netflix
Ballet, operas, symphonic concerts and even creative classes are among the online releases by the world renowned theatre, some available for a limited time
The streaming of Anastasia, based on the story of a woman who claimed to be from the Romanov family, is part of the Royal Opera House's free ballet and opera online streaming
Being one if not the first Egyptian independent theatre troupe, Al-Warsha succeeded for over 30 years in reviving, safeguarding and passing on folk arts
El Toukhy wrote for film and television and his work for theatre had a political satire character
Live theater productions face unique challenges during the Covid-19 pandemic, including a large number of people in small spaces and physical contact among performers on stage
After two months of suspension of all cultural activities, Erminia Kamel talks about the Egyptian ballet company's situation, saddened by the cancelled performances but hopeful for the future
The Artist Talks are part of 'Un/Controlled Gestures?', an initiative launched by Goethe in 2019 and bringing together eight dancers and choreographers from the MENA region
London's National Theatre uploads full-length plays every Thursday on YouTube
Nigerian comedian Maryam Apaokagi has a sure-fire way of getting people to listen to her coronavirus health advice - she delivers it with a hard slap in the face
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