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Weekend with culture in Cairo, Alexandria: 13-15 April

Ahram Online , Friday 14 Apr 2017
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Thursday 13 April

Screening of My Father is Still a Communist, 4pm
Cimatheque, 19a Adly Street, Downtown, Cairo

‘Feminist’ play, 7pm
The play is performed by Utopia troupe, directed by Mohamed Hafez
Townhouse Rawabet Theatre, 3 Hussein El-Meamar St., Downtown Cairo

Beatles tribute with Glass Onion and Awtar Quartet in Cairo. Read more here, 8pm
Cairo Opera House, open air theatre, Zamalek, Cairo

Exhibition showcasing selections from the BIbliotheca Alexandrina art collection, 12pm - 9pm except Fridays.
Running till 27 April.
Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria

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The Salesman film (Photo: still from the film)

Friday 14 April

El-Nafeekha band, 8pm
Sawy Culturewheel, Wisdom Hall, 26 July St., Zamalek, Cairo

Screening of The Salesman, 8pm
Balcon Heliopolis, 26 Sohag St., Heliopolis Cairo

Yasmine El Baramawy live, 8.30pm
ROOM Art Space & Cafe, 10 Etehaad Al-Mohamin st, Garden City, Cairo

Puccini's opera Tosca performed by the Cairo Opera Company and Cairo Opera Orchestra, 8pm
Cairo Opera House, main hall, Zamalek, Cairo

My Father is Still a Communist film (Photo: still from the film)

Saturday 15 April

Al-Ashq Al-Masmouaa (The Overheard Love), a play directed by Mohamed Allam, 8pm
Miami Theatre, Maarouf St, Qasr A- Nile, Downtown, Cairo

Screening of Sultan (India). Part of the ongoing India by the Nile festival, 8pm
Porto Cairo Mall, Ring road, First Settlement, New Cairo

‘The Gentleman Caller’ play, Read more here, 7pm
Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria

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The Gentleman Caller play (Photo: part of promotional material for the play)

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