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Ramadan weekends in Cairo: 24 – 26 May

Music, dance and storytelling - Ahram Online highlights some of the events taking place during Ramadan's weekends

Ahram Online , Monday 21 May 2018
Ramadan in Cairo 2018
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Thursday 24 May (8 Ramadan)

8.30pm
Storytelling: Ramadan Nights
French Institute, Madrasset El-Huquq El-Frenseya Street, Mounira, Cairo

8.30pm
Electronic Music Night
Arab Digital Expression Foundation (ADEF) 143, Street 8, off Nafoura Square, Moqattam, Cairo

9pm
Bahiyya Band (acoustic night)
Photopia, 15 Somal St, Korba, Heliopolis, Cairo

9.30pm
MazzikaX ElSat7: Taksir Sharqi band
Darb 1718, Kasr El-Shamaa St., behind Hanging church, Old cairo

9.30pm
Do’souka band
Room Art Space & Café, 10 Etehaad Al-Mohamin St., Garden City, Cairo

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Marionettes at French Institute

Friday 25 May (9 Ramadan)

8.30pm
Marionette show
French Institute, Madrasset El-Huquq El-Frenseya Street, Mounira, Cairo

9pm
Ka3b dayer band
Bedayat, co-working space, 51 Abu Bakr El-Seddik St., Heliopolis, Cairo

9pm
Semsemeya band
Osiris, 1 Hassan Morad St., off Kasr Einy St., 2nd floor, Garden City, Cairo

2
Do'souka at Room

Saturday 26 May (10 Ramadan)

3.30pm and 5.30pm
Dance performance by Nicole Roerick: closing event for Impressions exhibition
Arcade gallery, 25 Orabi St., off Port Said, Maadi, Cairo

9.30pm
Asia Madani: Sudanese folklore night
Room Art Space & Café, 10 Etehaad Al-Mohamin St., Garden City, Cairo

9.30pm
Cairo Symphony Orchestra: La Philosophie de la Vie
Cairo Opera House, Zamalek, Cairo

9pm
Retro 4 band
Bedayat co-working space, 51 Abu Bakr El-Seddik St., Heliopolis, Cairo

3
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