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PROGRAMME: International Circus Festival CirCairo

Circus performances, workshops and talks will be part of this year's CirCairo, an event organised by Al-Mawred Al-Thaqafy and extending to three Egyptian cities. Check the programme for more details

Ahram Online, Thursday 27 Sep 2012
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Following its success in 2010, the second edition of the International Circus Festival - CirCairo will take place between 4 and 21 October. The festival will include groups from Egypt, Tunisia, Netherlands, France, UK, Belgium, Denmark, Hungary, Germany and Spain.

This year, the festival goes a step further. Apart from the circus performances, this year's festival will hold workshops and talks with the artists. Three cities will host the festival: Cairo, Mansoura and Menofeyya.

Admission is free to all festival activities and events.

Ahram Online is an official media sponsor of CirCairo 2012.

 

CAIRO

Thursday 4 October at 7pm

Opening Ceremony

Performing Groups: Al Darb Al Ahmar Arts School (Egypt), Egyptian Circus (Egypt), Radwan Show (Tunisia), M Circus (Belgium), Rebel Acts, Rebel Clown Army (Netherlands), Kosha Puppet Team (Egypt)

Venue: Abdin Square – Downtown, Cairo

Friday 5 October at 8pm

Performing Groups: Radwan Show (Tunisia) and M Circus (Belgium)

Venue: El Genaina Theater, Al Azhar Park, Salah Salem Rd. Darassa, Cairo

Thursday 11 October at 8pm

Performing Groups: Fire Birds (Hungary), Goldi (Hungary) and Circus Multicirkus (Denmark)

Venue: El Genaina Theater, Al Azhar Park, Salah Salem Rd. Darassa, Cairo

Friday 12 October at 8pm

Performing Group: Cie. Morosof (France)

Venue: El Falaki Theater, 24 El Falaki Street, Off Mohamed Mahmoud St. American University in Cairo (Downtown Campus), Cairo

Saturday 13 October at 8pm

Performing Group: Cie. Morosof (France)

Venue: El Falaki Theater, 24 El Falaki Street, Off Mohamed Mahmoud St. American University in Cairo (Downtown Campus), Cairo

Thursday 18 October 2012 at 8pm

Performing Groups: Bash Street Circus (England), Egyptian Circus (Egypt) and Roikkuva (Switzerland)

Venue: El Genaina Theater, Al Azhar Park, Salah Salem Rd. Darassa, Cairo

Friday 19 October 2012 at 8pm

Performing Groups: Head Feed Hands (Germany) and Balagans (Spain)

Venue: El Genaina Theater, Al Azhar Park, Salah Salem Rd. Darassa, Cairo

Saturday 20 October 2012 at 7pm

Closing Ceremony

Performing Groups: Bash Street Circus (England), Al Darb Al Ahmar Arts School (Egypt), Outa Hamra (Egypt), Head Feed Hands (Germany), Roikkuva (Switzerland), Balagans (Spain) and Kosha Puppet Team (Egypt)

Venue: Main Entrance, Al Azhar Park, Salah Salem Rd. Darassa, Cairo

 

Workshops and Talks:

For participation Al Mawred Al Thaqafy at: 02 23625057

Friday 5 October, 12pm – 6pm

Workshop with Rebel Acts Rebel Clown Army (Netherlands)

Venue: Jesuits Cultural Center, 15 Al Mahrany St. Ramsis, Cairo

Sunday 7 October, 8pm – 10pm

Public talk with Rebel Acts Rebel Clown Army (Netherlands)

Venue: Jesuits Cultural Center, 15 Al Mahrany St. Ramsis, Cairo

Monday 8 October, 10pm – 6pm

Workshop with Rebel Acts Rebel Clown Army (Netherlands)

Venue: Jesuits Cultural Center, 15 Al Mahrany St. Ramsis, Cairo

Friday 12 October, 10am – 2pm

Workshop with Fire Birds and Goldi (Hungary)

Venue:Al Darb Al Ahmar Arts School

Monday 15 October, Tuesday 16 October and Wednesday 17 October, 10am – 2pm

Workshop with Roikkuva (Switzerland)

Venue:Al Darb Al Ahmar Arts School

 

MANSOURA

Saturday 6 October at 7pm

Venue: Shagaret El Dorr Park – Mansoura

Performing Groups: Al Darb Al Ahmar Arts School (Egypt), Radwan Show (Tunisia), M Circus (Belgium), Rebel Acts Rebel Clown Army (Netherlands) and Kosha Puppet Team (Egypt)

 

MENOUFEYYA

Saturday 13 October at 7pm

Venue: Gomhoria Sporting Club- Shebin El Kom - Menoufeyya

Performing Groups: Al Darb Al Ahmar Arts School (Egypt), Goldi (Hungary), Fire Birds (Hungary), Circus Multicirkus (Denmark) and Kosha Puppet Team (Egypt)

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