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Tension over land claims in Tunis Village, in Fayoum, have led local potters to shut down operations in solidarity with villagers

The French capital, renowned for its romantic ambience, is also bursting with things to keep the kids amused. So let the little ones off the lead, and see where they take you

Egypt's first independent theatre troupe turned 30 this week

Away from its grand statues, the Egyptian Museum holds a fascinating collection of children's toys

Egypt's heritage is a field of rich folk culture, made possible by the life-sustaining Nile

The 1940s masterpiece will be performed at Falaki Theatre on Sunday

This weekend marks a unique celebration of the country's folk heritage and the women who keep it alive

While Egypt yet strives for women's right to proper education, let alone higher education, Ahram Online celebrates the woman behind the founding of Cairo University


Wamda has been putting on weekly performances of shadow puppets and Egyptian aragouz puppets for over a decade, enthralling a new generation

‘Flowers,’ written and performed by Ahmed Shoukry, is the voice of the marginalised majority trapped by their own silence in the face of ugliness

Ahram Online got a preview of El-Warsha’s troupe's latest project, Youm El-Qeiama (Doomsday), at the troupe's premises in downtown Cairo


The festival featured the handicrafts that make the town a local treasure and a sponsor with a high sense of social responsibility

With the sixth annual Tunis village festival for pottery and handicrafts due to begin on Thursday, Ahram Online remembers its late founder and his vision

The renowned artist Intesar Abdel-Fattah talks to Ahram Online about artistic initiatives to preserve Egyptian culture

Last week, Egypt's Cultural Development Fund partnered with the Chinese Embassy on a four-day event to honour the two countries' artistic traditions


Just when you think you know your city well enough, Cairo surprises you with routes unknown and all the mythic stories left behind.

The Van Leo, photography icon of Egypt's forties is part of an exhibition at the Cairo Opera House

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