Venturing through the Lost Treks of Time

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

Spartacus Ballet at the Cairo Opera House

February 21st & 23rd - 26thPerformed by the Cairo Opera Ballet and Cairo Opera HouseSpartacus, or Spartak, is a ballet by Aram Khachaturian (1903–1978)....

Revolutionary Art of the South

by Ahmed Kafafi   Artists rushed to the streets following the January 25th revolution, painting on walls and exhibiting their art everywhere.  Surprisingly, this kind...

SoFar: Songs From A Living Room

by Mostafa Ismail photos courtesy of Mostafa El-KashefImagine your three favorite bands are having a concert; now imagine that concert happening in the heart of...

The Silkworm: Heba El Sagheer Review

An Average Book by an Outstanding WriterIf you tend to judge a book by its cover, you may feel hard-pressed to guess what Heba...

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...

Script Writers; the Good, the Bad & the Ugly

by Ahmed KafafiThe ‘script’ or, the backbone of any cinematic work, has to cope with many challenges and difficulties as well. Many mistakenly believe...

3alganoob Returns to Tondoba Bay

After the success of their 2013 festival in Marsa ‘Alam, 3alganoob promises to take Marsa ‘Alam by storm for the second time between the...

The Legend Carlos Latuff

Sometimes you may come across people who are more devoted to a country than its actual citizens. Carlos Latuff, an internationally renowned professional cartoonist is one of those people, who, despite being Brazilian and has never visited Egypt, has successfully amazed all Egyptians with his work, especially as one of the biggest supporters to the Egyptian revolution. His political cartoons have rocked Tahrir Square two years ago and lifted revolutionists’ spirits, highlighting all the factors that really ignited the revolution. The cartoons which were created on his desk in Rio De Janeiro, were used as banners in Tahrir square reflecting his great support for the Egyptians. They acted as veritable weapons being put on all t-shirts and posters and a source of inspiration, while he was physically 6000 miles away.

Three Performances in One night

April 3rd at Sherazade Nightclub from 10 pm El Manzouma (Egypt) / One Be Lo (USA) / Hello Psychaleppo (Syria/Lebanon) Genre: Experimental / Psychedelic / RapEl...

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