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Comedy play Abou Kabsoula returns to Alexandria after Cairo run

The show that staged in Cairo for two weeks was a hit during its first run, stars young comedian Mostafa Abo-Sriea and is directed by Mohamed Morsi

Ahram Online , Monday 15 Jul 2019
Abou Kabsoula
Abou Kabsoula
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Egyptian comedic play Abou Kabsoula has returned to its original stage at Alexandria Bayram El-Tunisi Theatre, after 15 nights of success at Cairo's Al-Masrah Al-Ayem (The Floating Theater) .

The show that accomplished a noticeable commercial success is running for its second season after making the highest income in the 2018 season Egyptian Artistic Theatre House production.

Directed by Mohamed Morsi, Abou Kabsoula stars promising young comedian Mostafa Abo-Sriea alongside Safaa Galal, Hassan Abdel-Fattah, Amro Abdel Aziz, and the cast of Alexandrian theatre group.

The play is about a series of events that happen to an inventor after he comes up with a capsule that gets rid of hunger.

Programme:                                        
Everyday at 9pm
Bayram El-Tunisi Theatre, Alexandria

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