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Ramadan and Eid El-Fitr evenings with culture in Cairo: 22-27 June

Ahram Online , Wednesday 21 Jun 2017
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Thursday 22 June / 27 Ramadan

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

Photography exhibition ‘Ramadan Bel Masry’
Beit El-Sura, Building 30, Street 15, Maadi Sarayat Al-Gharbeyah,Maadi

Live reading (in Arabic) of texts produced in the Goghrafiya Le Abtal Mahzoomen (Geography for Beaten Heores) workshop - part of Imagined Life in a Museum Vitrine exhibition.
Contemporary Image Collective, 22 Abdel Khalek Tharwat, Downtown, Cairo

Friday 23 June / 28 Ramadan

Massar Egbari concert
Rivulet, 26 of July Corridor, 6th October

Awtar Quartet concert
El Rab3, 2 El Sananiry st, off El Moezz st

Do’souka concert
ROOM Art Space, 10 Etehad El Mohamin st, Garden City

Saturday 24 June / 29 Ramadan

Eftekasat band
Wisdom Hall, El Sawy Culturewheel, 26 July street, Zamalek

Ramadan open mic night
ROOM Art Space, 10 Etehad El Mohamin st, Garden City

Estabena concert
El Dammah Theater, 30A El Belaasa st, Abdeen

Sunday 25 June / 1st Day of Eid

Check our list of Eid El-Fitr films here.

Monday 26 June / 2nd day of Eid

El-Tannoura Troupe for Cultural Heritage
3 Mohammed Abdo St, Al Azhar

Tuesday 27 June / 3rd day of Eid

Mashbak Sha’r film screening
El Sawy Culturewheel, 26 July st, Zamalek

Ebtasem fa Enta Mayet (Smile you’re dead) play.
Described as “The first horror film on stage” Tel. 01282183775
Hosapeer Theatre, 56 El-Teraa El-Boulaqeya St., Behind the Railroad hospital, Cairo, Egypt

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