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Monday, 01 May 2017
Arts & Culture
A Korean b-boy troupe and a sand artist performed as part of the Korean-Arab Friendship Caravan
The play, which premiered in November, returned to Cairo's Hosapeer Theatre last week with a fresh script and updated skits
The play is based on the classic novel by George Orwell
Mohamed El-Ghawy talks about his journey through arts as tool of education, his organisation AFCA for Arts and Culture, Hakawy festival, recent Arts Management Training and plans for the future
Located in the heart of Mauritania's capital Nouakchott, the women's market provides business opportunities and independence to local women
A list of arts and culture events held in parallel to the second week of the Cairo International Book Fair
The exhibition displays 10 of the artist's latest works in bronze
The Adam Henein Foundation debuted the first edition of the newly established Adam Henein Annual Sculpture Prize on 31 March at Cairo’s Hanager Arts Centre
The exhibition will be held at Mahmoud Mokhtar Museum and the Zamalek Art Gallery
The exhibition showcases contemporary textile work from 17 women artists and projects based in Egypt
The artist's new exhibition will be held at Smolna Gallery in Warsaw
Netherlands curator Michel van Dartel and Egyptian artist and educator Heba Aziz gave a talk on Bio-Art at Darb 1718 as part of Di-Egy Fest 0.2 last Wednesday
Performances of the 7th Nassim El-Raqs will be held between 4 and 10 May
Five of the nine Egyptian and international films are being screened in Egypt for the first time
Aditi Mangaldas performed 'Uncharted Seas' in Cairo and Alexandria, as part of the India by the Nile festival
The 19th edition of the Ismailia Film Festival runs between 19 and 25 April
The three-day event will include Western contemporary music performances and discussions about this music genre
Sharm El-Sheikh Youth Theatre Festival, which took place between 1 and 9 April, expanded theatre activities beyond the gravitational pull of the capital
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The festival is scheduled for the first week of June
Ahram Online recommends a number of events taking place this weekend
The film won an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 2004 and garnered several awards at Cannes in 2003
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The Grammy Museum is putting rare Ella Fitzgerald memorabilia on display for what would have been the singing legend's ...
Suzey Shoukry, Halla Shafey, Gehan Fayez and Marwa Ezzat decided to hold an exhibition together after meeting at Luxor's International Painting Symposium
The ministry's Artistic Theater House will offer free admission to public theatres in Cairo and Alexandria on 25 and 26 April
Grammy-award winning Fathy Salama's concert featured Amr Yehia and participants from 'The North African' concert competition
Egyptian-based band, Paranoid Eyes plays music covers inspired by Pink Floyd
Talk about fluid tunes: A group of innovative Danish musicians submerged like fish in an aquarium have created an underwater ...
The Images of Truth puppet show will be performed by New Delhi's Ishara Puppet Theatre Trust
Growing cultural ties between Iran and Europe were on display on Wednesday night as a French-Iranian conductor became ...
The musical premieres on 20 April and will continue until 21 May
Ahram Online recommends a number of events taking place this weekend
Mo Al Dee's multidisciplinary works were exhibited internationally
The film is directed by Michael Haneke
The band’s music is influenced by renowned jazz artists Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli
The 2014 film was an official selection at Cannes, and is spear-headed by Salma Hayek
The film is directed by Jacques Audiard
Thursday 13 April Screening of My Father is Still a Communist, 4pm Cimatheque, 19a Adly Street, Downtown, Cairo ‘Feminist’ ...
Mohamed Khan's Before the Summer Crowds will be the only Egyptian feature-length film to screen during the festival
Wagdi Francis was the founder and principal dynamo of Les Petits Chats died on Wednesday 12 April in Cairo
Among the films is the award winning documentary Nana

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