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PROGRAMME: 25th Cairo Int'l Festival for Contemporary and Experimental Theatre

The festival will run between 10 and 21 September at 9 Cairo venues

Ahram Online , Monday 10 Sep 2018
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The 25th Experimental Theatre Festival opens tonight, bringing local and international plays to Cairo's stages for 11 days between 10 and 21 September.

The festival will open to the Swiss play You and Me, held at the Main Stage of the Cairo Opera House at 8pm. The closing ceremony will be held in the same hall on 21 September at 8pm.

The festival is directed by Sameh Mahran, and runs at 9 different theatres in Cairo.

Programme:

Monday 10 September

Opening: 8pm
You and Me (Switzerland)
Main Hall at Cairo Opera House

Tuesday 11 September

5pm
Those Burning (France)
Hanager Theatre, Cairo Opera House

5pm
The Raft (Tunisia/Canada)
Miami Theatre

7pm
The Silence Echo (Kuwait)
National Theatre

9pm
Tuba Dei and Angels (Poland)
Al-Goumhouriya Theatre

Wednesday 12 September

5pm
Those Burning (France/ Algeria)
Hanager Theatre, Cairo Opera House

5pm
The Raft (Tunisia/Canada)
Miami Theatre

7pm
S-quark (Russia)
Al-Balon Theatre

7pm
The Silence Echo (Kuwait)
National Theatre

9pm
Tuba Dei and Angels (Poland)
Al-Goumhouriya Theatre

9pm
Smell of War (Iraq)
El-Salam Theatre

Thursday 13 September

5pm
Expedition Pacific (Brazil)
Small Hall at Cairo Opera House

7pm
S-quark (Russia)
Al-Balon Theatre

7pm
Sin Pies Ni Cabeza (With no feet or a head) (Mexico)
El-Ghad Theatre

9pm
Snow White (Egypt)
Metropol Theatre

9pm
Smell of War (Iraq)
El-Salam Theatre

Friday 14 September

5pm
Expedition Pacific (Brazil)
Small Hall at Cairo Opera House

5pm
My Aunt Safia and the Monastery (Egypt)
Hanager Theatre, Cairo Opera House

7pm
The Prince of Lanling (China)
Al-Balon Theatre

7pm
Sin Pies Ni Cabeza (With no feet or a head) (Mexico)
El-Ghad Theatre

9pm
GEA -The Epilogue (Italy)
Al-Goumhouriya Theatre

7pm
Hamlet…A While After (Jordan)
National Theatre

9pm
Snow White (Egypt)
Metropol Theatre

Saturday 15 September

5pm
My Aunt Safia and the Monastery (Egypt)
Hanager Theatre, Cairo Opera House

5pm
Free Presence (Syria/ Germany)
Miami Theatre

7pm
The Prince of Lanling (China)
Al-Balon Theatre

7pm
Hamlet…A While After (Jordan)
National Theatre

9pm
GEA -The Epilogue (Italy)
Al-Goumhouriya Theatre

9pm
Drama Shahateen (Egypt)
Salam Theatre

Sunday 16 September

5pm
Free Presence (Syria/ Germany)
Miami Theatre

7pm
Extravaganza (Georgia)
El-Ghad Theatre

9pm
Hunna (Female 'They') (Syria)
Metropol Theatre

9pm
Drama Shahateen (Egypt)
Salam Theatre

Monday 17 September

5pm
Your Night is Morning (UAE)
Hanager Theatre, Cairo Opera House

7pm
Extravaganza (Georgia)
El-Ghad Theatre

7pm
Black Coffee (Egypt)
National Theatre

9pm
The Two Maids (Morocco)
Al-Goumhouriya Theatre

9pm
Hunna (Female 'They') (Syria)
Metropol Theatre

Tuesday 18 September

5pm
The Violence (Tunisia)
Small Hall at Cairo Opera House

5pm
Your Night is Morning (UAE)
Hanager Theatre, Cairo Opera House

7pm
Black Coffee (Egypt)
National Theatre

9pm
The Two Maids (Morocco)
Al-Goumhouriya Theatre

Wednesday 19 September

5pm
The Violence (Tunisia)
Small Hall at Cairo Opera House

5pm
Joy (Swtizerland)
Hanager Theatre, Cairo Opera House

5pm
Solo (Morocco)
Miami Theatre

7pm
Talk in Secret (Egypt)
El-Ghad Theatre

9pm
Hunna (Female 'They') (Syria)
Metropol Theatre

9pm
Ring and Bracelet (Egypt)
Salam Theatre

Thursday 20 September

5pm
Joy (Swtizerland)
Hanager Theatre, Cairo Opera House

5pm
Solo (Morocco)
Miami Theatre

7pm
Talk in Secret (Egypt)
El-Ghad Theatre

9pm
Hunna (Female 'They') (Syria)
Metropol Theatre

9pm
Ring and Bracelet (Egypt)
Salam Theatre

Friday 21 September

Closing ceremony at the Cairo Opera House Main Hall

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