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PROGRAMME: 7th Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival

The multidisciplinary festival runs between 8 and 29 March

Ahram Online , Wednesday 28 Feb 2018
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This year's Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival (D-CAF) will kick off on 8 March with the renowned Moroccan pop singer Samira Said in an all-female opening concert.

The festival will continue until 29 March after presenting a variety of theatre, dance, music events, alongside steet performances, a visual arts programme, and workshops and seminars all focusing on venues and spaces in Downtown Cairo.

In its fourth edition within D-CAF, the Arab Arts Focus segment will take place between 22 and 26 March.

Over the past years, D-CAF, the multidisciplinary festival presented a rich line-up of music, visual arts, dance, film, literature, and theater, bringing artists from all around the globe to Cairo audiences.

Check the D-CAF's programme below or download the pdf here

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