Egypt’s El Sawy Puppet theater to present concert for Umm Kulthum on May 6
Egypt’s Umm Kulthum to perform at El Sawy Puppet theater on April 1.
The General Authority for Culture Palaces presented, on February 16, a set of cultural and artistic activities in the New Valley Culture Branch.
February 3, 2021 marks the 51st death anniversary of the legendary singer, as she passed away in 1975.
Egypt’s El Sawy Puppet theater to present concert for Umm Kulthum on February 4.
Tunisi passed away on January 5, 1961, leaving behind a great poetic and lyrical heritage.
Egypt’s Umm Kulthum to perform at El Sawy Puppet theater on January 7.
“Planet of the East” Umm Kulthum, remains the icon of singing in Egypt and the Arab world, despite her death for decades.
Mahmoud el-Meligy is one of the most famous Egyptian actors who performed the role of the villain in Egyptian cinema.
The Abdel Moneim El-Sawy Culture Wheel is bidding 2020 farewell by organizing a puppet concert for the “King” Mohammad Mounir and his band on New Year's Eve ( December 31), at 8:00 pm at Al-Hikma Theater.
On December 1, the Egyptian Lebanese House will hold a signing and discussion ceremony for the book "Tales of a Lifetime" by the veteran artist and media personality Samir Sabry, in a Cairo hotel, at 6 p.m.
Egypt’s Umm Kulthum hologram concerts to take place at the Abdeen Palace on November 20,21.
The Puppet Theater in Abdel Moneim El-Sawy Culture Wheel will present two concerts for the "Planet of the East", Umm Kulthum, on November 5 at 6 pm and 8 pm.
The play is inspired by the novel “Touq al-Hamama” (Pigeon Collar) by Ibn Hazem el-Andalusi.
The book “Umm Kulthum in Abu Dhabi” is one of dozens of books issued by the National Archives and is concerned with documenting aspects of the career of the founding leader Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al-Nahyan.
Egypt’s Umm Kulthum to perform at El Sawy Puppet theater on September 3.
Egypt’s Umm Kulthum to perform at Dubai Opera via Hologram on August 6,7,8.
Arabs of the Palestinian city, Haifa, named one of its streets after Egyptian Legendary singer Umm Kulthum.
The Opera enthusiasts will enjoy a series of Umm Kulthum’s classics performed by Abdel Halim Noweira’s Band for Arabic Music lead by Maestro Ahmed Amer on July 17 at 8 p.m. on the Open Theater.
The concerts will be held under strict precautionary measures.