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  • Mon 28 Aug

    'The Danish Experience' Play @ Falaki Theater

    In collaboration with Entrobia, Alam Mawazy for Film & Theatre presents The Danish Experience; a stage production that follows an aspiring actor who, facing disapproval from his family about his career choice, is cursed with Hamlet’s spirit and is trapped in his character. The family is forced to find a solution to free Karim from Hamlet, or maybe free themselves too from the conventions that allowed for the crisis in the first place. There will be four performances in three days – see schedule below. Tickets are 70LE/60LE/50LE. For more information, click here.

    Monday 28th August at 7PM
    Tuesday 29th at 5PM and 8PM
    Wednesday 30th at 7PM.

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