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PHOTO GALLERY: Outa Hamra joins Art of Transit, clowning across Egypt


Mahatat and Outa Hamra in Cairo
(Photo: Mohamed El-Betity)
Mahatat and Outa Hamra in Cairo
(Photo: Mohamed El-Betity)
Mahatat and Outa Hamra in Cairo
(Photo: Mohamed El-Betity)
Mahatat and Outa Hamra in Port Said
(Photo: Mohamed Kamal)
Mahatat and Outa Hamra in Port Said
(Photo: Mohamed Kamal)
Mahatat and Outa Hamra in Port Said
(Photo: Mohamed Kamal)
Mahatat and Outa Hamra in Damietta
(Photo: Malek Eissa)
Mahatat and Outa Hamra in Damietta
(Photo: Malek Eissa)
Mahatat and Outa Hamra in Damietta
(Photo: Malek Eissa)
Mahatat and Outa Hamra in Damietta
(Photo: Malek Eissa)
Mahatat and Outa Hamra in Mansoura
(Photo: Ahmed Najib)
Mahatat and Outa Hamra in Mansoura
(Photo: Ahmed Najib)
Mahatat and Outa Hamra in Mansoura
(Photo: Ahmed Najib)
Mahatat and Outa Hamra in Cairo
(Photo: Mohamed El-Betity)
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Mahatat for Contemporary Arts completed their Art of Transit tour on 16 June

Throughout their Art of Transit tour, Mahatat for Contemporary Arts invited theatre group Outa Hamra (Red Tomato) to perform in Port Said, Damietta, Mansoura and Cairo.

Between 12 and 16 June, the street performances included music, acting, acrobatics and humour to both entertain and infuse culture into the surrounding community.

Read more about Art of Transit in Port Said and Cairo.


Photos: Courtesy of Mahatat for Contemporary Art

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