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Egypt's Artistic Theatre House provides free attendance on 30 June revolution anniversary

Eight plays at different theaters across Cairo will be free entry for the public during the weekend

Ahram Online , Friday 29 Jun 2018
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On the anniversary of the 30 June revolution, the theatres of the Artistic Theatre House will be opening their doors to the public for free on 29 and 30 June.

The Artistic Theatre House is offering the following eight plays at the different performance halls it manages:

Hayy Ala Baladna, by the National Theatre troupe,
At the National Theatre

Amr Takleef, by the Modern Theatre troupe, directed by Bassem Qenawy
At Salam Theatre

Comedia El-Boasaa, by the Comedy Theatre troupe, directed by Marwan Radwan
At the Comedy Theatre

Yom Moatadel Gedan, by the Youth Theatre troupe, directed by Sameh Bassiouny
At Opera Malak Theatre

Yom An Qatalo El-Ghenaa, by the Taliaa Theatre troupe, directed by Tamer Karam
At Taliaa Theatre

Anteeka, by El-Shams Theatre Inclusive Troupe for Special Needs, directed by Amira Shawky
At the International Garden Theatre in Nasr City

Rehla El-Zaman El-Gameel, Cairo Puppet Theatre troupe, directed by Mohamed Nour
At the Cairo Puppet Theatre

El-Qotat, National Theatre for Children’s troupe, directed by Safwat Sobhy
At Abdelmoneim Madbouly Theatre (Metropol Theatre)

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