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Weekend with culture in Cairo, Alexandria: 23-25 February

Ahram Online highlights a number of events taking place this weekend

Ahram Online , Thursday 23 Feb 2017
Artwork by Nadia Mounir at PhotoCairo6, Shadows of the Imperceptible (Photo: Soha Elsirgany)
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Thursday 23 February


Cairo Video Festival, various venues
8th Cairo Video Festival, for video and experimental film,Check the programme here


Screening of My Heart Only Beats for Her, 4pm

Cinematheque, 19a Adly Street, Downtown, Cairo


Faces in the City photography exhibition opening,, 8pm
The Jesuit Culture Center, 298 Port Said Street, Cleopatra, Alexandria


Alexandria Opera band for Arabic Music and Singing, performance, 8pm
Alexandria Opera House, 22 Al Mesallah Sharq st, Qesm Al Attarin, Alexandria


Cairo Video Festival
Artworks from the 8th Cairo Video Festival (photo: Ahram Online)


Friday 24 February


Shomooa band performance, with Said Othman, Arabic Music Institute, 8pm
Arabic music Institute, Ramsis Street, Downtown, Cairo


HanyMust concert, 8:30pm
ROOM Art Space & Cafe, 10 Etehaad Al Mohamin st, Garden City, Cairo


Al Aragouz wa Khayal Al-Zel (The Shadow Puppet), 8:30pm
A free public performance by clowns in Al-Muizz Street presented by Wamda and directed by Nabil Bahgat

Beit El-Sehemi, El-Gamaliya, Al-Muizz st, Old Cairo


Mohamed Yousef and Reem Ezz Eldin concert, 7pm
Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria


HanyMust Performance (photo: part of the promotional material from ROOM Art Space Facebook page for previous event)


Saturday 25 February


PhotoCairo6 Festival: Shadows of the Imperceptible, various venues
Exhibitions and performative events at various venues. Read more here.


Screening of Death on The Nile, Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo, 7:30 pm
Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo, 1 Dr.Mahmoud Azmi Street, Zamalek, Cairo


Met Opera Live screening, Opera Rusalka, Cairo Opera House, 8pm
Cairo Opera House, small hall, Zamalek, Cairo


Death on the Nile
Death on the Nile film (photo: film still)


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