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Ramadan evenings with culture in Cairo, Alexandria: 15-22 June

Ahram Online recommends recommends a number of events taking place during the month of Ramadan

Ahram Online , Wednesday 14 Jun 2017
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Ramadan lanterns (or Fanoos Ramadan) are displayed for sale at a shop ahead of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan in Cairo (Photo: Reuters)
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Thursday 15 June / 20 Ramadan

9pm
Stand Up Comedy vs Open Mic Night with Fathy Samir
Magnolia. Leaves of Art, 12 Mohamed Anis street, Zamalek, Cairo

9.30pm
Retro band with Ahmed Hadad, Fatma Adel and Dalia El Guindy
Accompanied by Haitham Darwish on oud and Mohamed Shebl on Oriental percussions
El Sawy Culturewheel, Wisdom Hall, Cairo

9.30pm
Sheikh Yassin El Tohamy
Cairo Opera House, open air theatre, Zamalek, Cairo

9.30pm
Naseer Shamma and Beit El Oud orchestra concert
El Horreya Center for Creativity, Alexandria (tel. 034959155)
Free entry


Friday 16 June / 21 Ramadan

9pm
Karkadan music project “One Man Show” performance. Read more here.
Da House, 7 Mosadaq St., Dokki, Cairo

9pm
Ghalia Ben Ali concert
Sehraya restaurant, fifth settlement, Cairo

9.30pm
‘Cinema 30’ play written and directed by Mahmoud Gamal
Hosapeer Theatre, 56 El-Teraa El-Boulaqeya St., Off Galaa St. behind Railroad Hospital, Downtown, Cairo

9pm
Sufi concert
Jesuit Cultural Center, 298 Port Said Street, Cleopatra, Qism Sidi Gabir, Alexandria (tel. 035423553)
Free entry


Saturday 17 June / 22 Ramadan

9:30pm
The Gypsy Jazz Project and Dalia Farid
ROOM Art Space, 10 Etehaad Al Mohamin street, Garden City

8pm
French Cultural Institute’s Fete De La Musique
Al-Azhar Park, Cairo


Sunday 18 June / 23 Ramadan

9:30pm
Harpist Manal Mohie Eldin and her oriental band
Cairo Opera House, open air theatre, Zamalek

9pm
Screening of ‘The treacherous Aegean Sea’ by Hala Bou Saab, part of Al-Ard Doc Film Festival
Dawar for Arts Development, 16 Adly St., 3rd Floor, Downtown, Cairo


Monday 19 June / 24 Ramadan

9.30pm
Book signing of ‘Mesk El-Tal’ by Sahar El-Mougy
Greater Cairo Library, 15 Mohamed Mazhar Street, Zamalek, Cairo

9pm
Screening of ‘Remember your name, Babylon” by Marie Brumagne, part of Al-Ard Doc Film Festival
Dawar for Arts Development, 16 Adly St., 3rd Floor, Downtown, Cairo


Tuesday 20 June / 25 Ramadan

9:30pm
Omran religious singing
Wisdom Hall, El Sawy Culturewheel, Zamalek

9pm
Screening of ‘We cannot go there, my dear’ by Carol Mansour, part of Al-Ard Doc Film Festival
Dawar for Arts Development, 16 Adly St., 3rd Floor, Downtown, Cairo


Wednesday 21 June / 26 Ramadan

8.30pm
Talk titled ‘Self-Portraits: A life turning into a piece of art’ by Maria Saba
Photopia, 15 Somal St., El-Korba, Heliopolis, Cairo

9.30pm
Hany Must concert
Room Art Space, 10 Etehad El-Mohamin, St., Garden City, Cairo

10pm
Mafish Waat Beydea (No Time is Wasted) 30-minute play
Dawar, 16 Adly St, 3rd Floor, Wust El Balad, Cairo


Thursday 22 June / 27 Ramadan

9pm
The Squad, stand-up comedy
Da House, 7 Mosadaq St., Dokki, Cairo

9pm
Faironolia - a Fairouz music night
Alrabaa (Alrab3), Cultural Center, Al-Moez Street, Gammaliyah, Cairo (Next to Al-Aqmar mosque)

9:30pm
Yehya Khalil band
Cairo Opera House, open air theatre, Zamalek

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