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Happy Holiday Festival opens Hanager doors for kids once again

The six-day public event will involve art workshops in various fields including visual arts, handicrafts and puppets designs, as well as performances and seminars

Ahram Online , Tuesday 22 Jan 2019
Happy Holidays Festival
Kids participating in the visual arts workshop during the first edition of the Happy Holiday Festival held in Cairo Opera House's El-Hanager Theater, January 2018 Photo: Ahram)
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For the second successive year, the Agaza Sa'eda (Happy Holiday) festival is kicking-off from 26 to 31 January at the Cairo Opera House's Hanager Theater during the school midyear vacation to spread arts and joy among the participating children.

The public event, organised by the culture ministry's Culture Development Fund, will involve art workshops in various fields including visual arts, handicrafts and puppets designs.

The event will also involve many performances including circus and magic shows, children’s cinema and puppet shows, as well as a series of seminars hosting a number of animation movie directors.

Programme:

From 26 to 31 January
Cairo Opera House, Hanager Theater

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