Venturing through the Lost Treks of Time

By Ingy Higazy An intricately woven tale of change, hardship, and defiance set in 20th century Arabia, award-winning film Theeb (2014) by Naji Abu Nowar has...

Remembering Alexander Saroukhan

By Yasmine Nazmy Armenian-Egyptian caricaturist Alexander Saroukhan – today considered one of the founding fathers of the art of caricature in Egypt – can be...

Inspirational Books to Start the New Year With

With 2017 behind us, we are all guilty of the “new year, new me” resolution. Looking for a little inspiration to kick-start the year...

D-Caf Festival Starts this Month

The Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival (D-CAF) is back. D-Caf is an international multi-disciplinary contemporary arts festival that takes place over three weeks between March...

Decorating with Kids (DIY)

By Rana Kamaly With summer vacation in full swing, you may feel a little at loss now that your kids have lots of time on...

The Kanud: A Hybrid Digital Instrument

Merging two classic string instruments of Arabic music, The Kanud not only brings together traditional elements from both the ‘oud’ and the ‘kanun’, but...

5 Inspiring Books to Read to Your Child Over the Summer

By Ola El Soueni With summer comes that time of year when families get to spend quality time together and bond, making it the perfect...

The Last Supper (Egypt)

3 & 4 April at Falaki Theatre at 8 pm A 50-minute performance about a wealthy Egyptian family that gathers around the dinner table, and through...

A Double Bill performance

8 May, El Falaki Theater, 8 pm. 10 LE  Capharnaüm by Latefa Ahrare - Morocco A special theater double bill featuring a one-woman show that explores...

Aziz Sahmaoui – Morocco

25 May, El Genaina Theater,8 pm, 20 LE Amagical journey between Gnawa trance and African beats with a jazz touch, by a master singer and...

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