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Art Alert: Mashrou El Mareekh open-mic night at Darb 1718

Mashrou El Mareekh initiative is set to hold an open-mic night at Darb 1718 on 10 July

Ahram Online , Monday 5 Jun 2017
Mashrou El Mareekh
Mashrou El Mareekh open-mic night
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Mashrou’ El Mareekh (Mars Project) is set to hold an open-mic night at Darb 1718 on 10 July.

The project, which was founded by young artist and culture advocate Mariam El-Quessny, tours Egyptian cities, providing a platform for varied artistic performances including music, poetry and dance recitals.

Previously named Project Yourself, Mashrou El Mareekh aims to promote cultural development and expression, reach out to the public, and showcase a diverse range of talent that is reflective of the diversity of Egyptian culture.

The initiative has previously toured in Alexandria, El-Minya, Bahariya, Mansoura and Cairo, bringing artistic expression into public spaces across the country.

Programme:
Saturday, 10 June
9pm
Darb 1718, Qasr Al-Shamee Street, Al-Fakhareen, Old Cairo  

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