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Sunday, 16 May 2021
Under supervision of Egypt's Ministry of Culture's Theatre Artistic House, the show is on stage every day -except Tuesdays- for two weeks with strict safety measures
The French-language show will be open for registered viewers for free this weekend
The comedy is the output of a four-month workshop that combined a group of promising talents
'Cinema Masr' is seeing huge success among audiences and critics with many first-class artists attending and some being honoured during the show
Mudawanat focuses on Arabic-language audio content on contemporary arts and culture in the Arab region
Cinema Masr includes 65 students presenting on stage around 40 scenes from memorable Egyptian films in a dramatic context created by acclaimed director Khaled Galal
Directed by Adel Abdu and starring Ehab Fahmy, 'Seiret Hob' features the legendary career of Egyptian late composer Baligh Hamdi
Since the 70s, the actor appeared in dozens of films, theatre plays and TV series, some of them among Egypt's classics
‘People of Egypt' programme organizes field trips to museums and other cultural locations as well as archaeological sites across Egypt for school children and youth from outside the capital
The decision applies to music and dance education provided by the Talents Development Centres operating in Cairo, Alexandria, Damanhour and Tanta and those affiliated with the Cairo Opera House
This year's competition invited children from all around the world to present a story with chosen creative tools that raises awareness of Covid-19
At Balloon Theatre, the performance will include dance, a documentary, singing and orchestral music, in addition to a video speech for Reda
Basing his work on Naguib Mahfouz's 1981 polyphonic novel Afrah Al-Qobba's (Wedding Song) the director Mohamed Youssef El-Mansour adds his touch with an unexpected ending
The 27th edition of the festival concluded its activities on 11 September with the announcement of the winners
The festival took place despite the previous ministerial plans to cancel this year's edition due to the coronavirus pandemic
Founded by Zakaria Ibrahim in 1989 in Port Said, El-Tanbura has worked to revive folkloric songs played on the stringed instrument, the simsimia
Centenary celebrations of the National Theatre, marked with sad events such as the fires that erupted in Beni Suef Cultural Palace (2005) and at the National Theatre (2008), open a Pandora's box of memories
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