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VIDEO: Dutch, Egyptian dancers take on Downtown Cairo, Alexandria
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D-CAF's Urban Visions programme brings dance to the streets of Cairo and Alexandria; Dutch troupe The 100Hands return with a new performance featuring Egyptian dancers

In Cairo's Alfy Street, and in a passageway next to Alexandria's Abo Ragab Cafe, Dutch troupe The 100Hands, presented their newest performance, 'Running Nucleus,' as part of the Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival's (D-CAF) Urban Visions programme bringing several contemporary dance performances to public spaces.

Returning for a second year, The 100Hands once more work with Egyptian dancers to produce the piece. This year they are performing with Mohamed El-Deeb, Mohamed Yousry (Shika) and Shaymaa Shoukry.

Read more on this year's edition of D-CAF here.

Programme:

The 100Hands will be holding their final performance for this edition of D-CAF on Friday, 4 April, at 3pm in front of the Egyptian Stock Exchange, Downtown Cairo.

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