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Alexandria arts troupe with special abilities performs at closing of Cairo Int'l Book Fair

Nada Mahgoub , Wednesday 14 Feb 2018
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Dancers of culture palaces performing in canal inspired tableau (Photo: courtesy of the General Organisation of Culture Palaces media office)
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Alexandria arts troupe with special abilities performed at the closing ceremony of the 49th Cairo International Book Fair on Saturday 10 February.

The culture palace’s troupes presented a variety of performances including by the New Valley Folk Arts troupe, which presented different dance show numbers including Oasis weddings.

Alexandria Arts Troupe for artists with special abilities presented diverse numbers including Resala (Message), Zahrat Al-Madayen (Rose of the Cities) among other shows.

Towards the end, Ismailia Folk Arts troupe performed a collection of dance shows manifesting the soul of the Suez Canal such as Al-Sayadeen (the fishermen), Al Semsemiya and Damdam.

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Dancers of culture palaces performing in canal inspired tableau (Photo: courtesy of the General Organisation of Culture Palaces media office)

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