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  • Sun 19 Feb

    Sharq West & Code Masr @ ROOM Art Space

    As part of Cairo Contemporary Dance Center’s ’5 ra2s’ festival, Garden City’s ROOM Art Space kicks off the week with a screening of The Man Behind the Throne. The 2013 documentary tells of the life of director and choreographer, Vincent Paterson, who is behind some of the most famous dances, videos and tours by the likes of Michael Jackson and Madonna. Minimum charge is 25LE. For more information, call 0100 068 1539 or 01000681543.

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