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Wednesday, 21 October 2020
During a commemoration ceremony for the late Syrian playwright Saad Allah Wanous, organised by the creative workshop of the Tagammu party in El Zeitoun, Egyptian critics voiced their opinions of his work
The monodrama festival - with a musical twist - opens on 13 May at the Jesuit Theatre
The Minister of Culture Emad Abou-Ghazi discussed the means to support low-budget artistic events at a conference
Despite a number of attempts, the events of the Egyptian Revolution have not yet been successfully transferred onto the stage
They Said It’s Here will be performed at the Rawabet theatre on 9, 11 and 12 May
Egypt's streets are alive with both music and art thanks to Al Fan Midan – a monthly cultural event organised by the Independent Artists Coalition
Nassim El-Raqs brings a new experience of contemporary dance to public spaces in Alexandria between 11-13 May
Egypt’s squares will be full of art starting the first Saturday of each month, thanks to The Coalition of Independent Culture’s coordination of the event Al Fan Meedan
Force Majeure, a performing arts festival, opened yesterday at the Townhouse gallery
Marking its eighth edition, The Creative Forum for Independent Theatre Groups holds this year's 'Agenda 2011' exhibition at Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Combining performances, visual works, film and research, Force Majeure is a collaborative work of Egyptian and international artists that will be presented between 27 and 30 April
After closing for the winter season, El-Genaina Theatre re-opened its doors on Friday with a series of artistic events, some more successful than others
On 18 April, Cairo Opera House opened the curtain for The Best of Broadway, a compilation of the best scenes on Broadway, which runs for a full week
Tiatro theatre group will perform Prima Donnas music play on Tuesday, 26 April at El Sawy Culturewheel
New programmes and line-up at English-language station
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'
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