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Ramadan weekends in Cairo: 31 May – 2 June

Ahram Online recommends some of the events running through the second week of Ramadan

Ahram Online , Tuesday 29 May 2018
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Thursday 31 May

9pm
Irtjal band
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9.30pm
Dina El-Wedidi concert
Cairo Opera House, Zamalek, Cairo

9pm
Ya Leil ya Ein performance by El-Warsha troupe
French Institut, 1 Madrasset E-Huqouq El-Ferenseya St., off Kasr El-Eini St., Mounira, Cairo

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Irtjal band (Photo: part of promotional material)

Friday 1 June

9pm
Sufi chants by Zain Mahmoud
Sufi Bookstore, 12 Sayed El Bakry Street, Zamalek, Cairo

9.30pm
Hageen and Mazeek double bill concert
El-Genaina Theatre, Al Azhar Park, Salah Salem road, Cairo

9.30pm
Mawlawiya Masriya
Cairo Opera House, Zamalek, Cairo

9.30pm
Mazzika x El-Sat7: Noha Fekry jazz quartet
Darb 1718, Kasr El-Shamaa St., behind the hanging church, Old Cairo

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Ya Leil ya Ein (Photo: part of promotional material)

Saturday 2 June

10pm
Estabena band
Gramophone, Villa 6, Street 200, Degla, Maadi, Cairo

9.30pm
Best of El-Hezb El-Comedy open mic
Darb 1718, Kasr El-Shamaa St., behind the hanging church, Old Cairo

From 10am - 1pm and from 8.30pm - 11pm
Last days of exhibition for Czech painter Ivan Komarek - Closes 6 June
Gezira Art Center, 1 Marsafy St., Zamalek, Cairo


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