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Thursday, 21 April, the Small Theatre of the Cairo Opera House will host Ahmed Nabil's Pantomime Show
Ahmed Bassiouny, filmmaker who documented Egypt’s revolution on the ground and was attacked and killed by police, was honoured in an artistic festival with a compilation of his revolution videos to be screened in Italy
Musicians lament corruption, marijuana smoke drifts past the "no drugs allowed" sign and the smell of spicy grilled meat wafts across a dingy Lagos nightclub
On Saturday 16 April, Darb 17 18 Egyptian Contemporary Art and Culture Center, will hold an event entitled: 'Ahmed Bassiouny - Egyptian Independent Artist Music and Film Festival'
Staged as a play within a play, the American University in Cairo (AUC) production of 'Meinein Aguib Naas' (Is Anybody Out There?) portrays the effects of corruption, colonization and oppression on society and individuals
This week, Palestinians especially those from the refugee camp of Jenin in the northern West Bank, are mourning the death of peace-activist and theatre director Juliano Mer-Khamis
On Wednesday 6 April, the American University in Cairo (AUC) brings to the stage one of modern Egypt's most provocative and uncompromising authors, Naguib Surur, in its upcoming production of the play 'Menien Aguib Naas'
On 1 April hundreds of Egyptians gathered to support national unity in the 'A Day For Home' festival organised in Khaleel Hamada street in Alexandria, between Two Saints church and Shark Al Madina mosque
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While many art institutions are capitalizing on the revolution, it seems that genuine art is out in the streets
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The incredible Al Sameteen group will be honoured at the Talaat Harb Cultural Centre. The event will conclude with one of their amazing performances
Rawabet Theatre features 'Solitaire' by Sabeel for Arts, written and directed by Dalia Basiouny
Emad Abou-Ghazi's appointment as the new minister of culture comes at a time when long-hidden conflicts are coming to the surface, but he has hopes and plans for fixing the ministry and reaching out to Egypt
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Long before the revolution was calling for liberty, 'Project yourself' was doing their part for the freedom of self-expression by offering up and coming artists a chance to be seen and heard
The Riff Band, an Egyptian jazz band, celebrates Mother's Day at Collage De La Salle this Friday, 18 March
We must not leave the revolution unfinished. Egyptian theatre is one of the areas which still needs a lot of work. With immense effort and the expected changes in the country, we hope the theatre will regain its deserved glory
The proposal for the independence of the Supreme Council of Culture was welcomed by the new Minister of Culture Emad Abou Ghazy, but a decision has not yet been taken
On Saturday 12 March once again the Choir Project invites people from all walks of life to put their hopes and concerns, their feelings and thoughts, their jokes and woes into song
Tahrir Square continues to play an important role in post-revolutionary art life. In parallel, many cultural centres have resumed their regular activities
The stand-up comedy show that took place yesterday recounted memorable moments in the revolution while engaging the audience
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