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  • Fri 25 Jul

    Mawaweel 2014 @ Darb 1718

    The second weekend of this year’s edition of Mawaweel hosts a range of performances, a special Ramadan bazaar, an art exhibition as well as workshops.  Things kick-off at 9PM with a screening of, ‘Dont Judge a Subject By its Photograph’ by Ali Mostafa, which will be followed by a performance of theatrical piece, ‘Taxi’, at 9.30PM and a tannoura performance at 10.30PM. ROunding off the night’s festivities are  before local Reggae band, Meshwar (11PM), contemporary Egyptian Fusion band, Soot Fel Zahma (midnight). Tickets are 40LE, free entrance for children under 12 years. For more information, call 0223610511.

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