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Friday, 16 April 2021
Garagous village, in Qena, enchants us every year with its unique pottery that waltzes between the shades of blue and green
Akhmim in Sohag is reputed for its colourful textile and needle work, while Hegaza in Qena is known nationwide for its woodwork
This year, the festival reviews the aragouz in the works of vernacular poetry pillar Fouad Haddad, prominent poet Said Hegab, and renowned script writer Abou El-Soud El-Ibiary
As the 25-year-old project comes to an end, Ahram Online reviews the impact of one of Jesuit’s special cultural projects in Minya
Inside an old cinema house in Malawi, Minya, the light beams are swinging and twirling while following the rhythm of the sticks.
Being Egypt’s first independent theatre troupe that took to the stage over 30 years ago, the audience were delighted to learn that the door of Al-Warsha is wide open, once again, every Thursday
This month, the Sufi troupe Al-Hadra celebrated five years since they first took the stage, and Ahram Online traces their journey as conveyed in their slogan 'from mosques to theatres'
Amira Elhamy attends this year’s Festival of Traditional Crafts, highlighting their importance as a core Egyptian industry
In the first of a series titled Soul Talks, author Rasha Zeidan shared with readers the inspiration for her first novel Roh, (Soul, 2016)
Egypt is mourning the passing of one of its music pillars — Gamalat Shiha, who reached ancient notes of a folk history passed down across generations
Day one of the inaugural event celebrated much more than just the country's ancient past
Ahram Online provides the list of all of the festival's week-long events nationwide
Cairo is celebrating World Heritage Day on 18 April with a range of exhibitions and live performances in various venues
Ghalia Ben Ali's folk novel is filled with timeless truths
Al-Tanboura Dance Troup performed to wild applause last night at Al-Damma theatre as they celebrated their 30th year
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