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Weekend with culture in Cairo, Alexandria: 25-27 May

Ahram Online's recommended culture vents in Cairo continue leading up to Ramadan

Ahram Online , Wednesday 24 May 2017
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Thursday 25 May

Mawlaweya Masreya performance, with singer Amer El Touni, 7pm
Sawy Culturewheel, 26 July St., Zamalek, Cairo

Mazzika X ElSat7: Binti band
Concert on the rooftop. Check our Art Alert here.
Darb1718, Kasr El-Shamaa St., Old Cairo

Cairo Guitar Collective concert, 8pm
Cairo Opera House, Zamalek, Cairo

The Gypsy Jazz Project concert, 9pm
Room Art Space, 10 Etehad El-Mohamin St., Garden City

Alexandria Opera for Arabic Music and Singing, 8pm
Sayed Darwish Theatre (Alexandria Opera), 22, El Horreya Road (formerly Fouad Street), Alexandria

Biniti band (Photo: part of promotional material for the concert)

Friday 26 May

Cairo Symphony Orchestra, 8pm
Cairo Opera House, Main Hall, Zamalek, Cairo

Folklore Masr El-Mahrousa performance, 8pm
Performed by Forsan El-Sharq Heritage Company
Arabic Music Institute, 22 Ramsis St., Downtown, Cairo

El-Mazraa El-Saeda (Happy Farm) play, 6pm
Performed by Robea Tayer troupe
Heliopolis Library, 42 Orouba St., intersecting with Beirut St., Heliopolis, Cairo

Pink Floyd Tribute Night with Paranod Eyes, 8.30pm
Room Art Space, 10 Etehad El-Mohamin St., Garden City

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Cairo Guitar Collective (Photo: part of promotional material for the concert)

Saturday 27 May

First day of the holy month of Ramadan

Check our list of exhibitions running in Cairo during Ramadan.

Check our list of Ramadan television series.

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Ramadan televison series

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