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September 2019

“An Arabic Musical Evening”, a musical evening by members from the Sound of Egypt Orchestra

27th September 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Egyptian Bureau for Cultural & Education Affairs, 4 Chesterfield Gardens
London, W1J 5BG United Kingdom

“An Arabic Musical Evening”, a musical evening by members from the Sound of Egypt Orchestra Friday 27th September at 7:00pm Venue: The Egyptian Bureau for Cultural & Education Affairs, 4 Chesterfield Gardens, London – W1J 5BG Tea & Coffee will be served at half an hour prior to the events’ commencement. No registration is required   FIND OUT MORE  

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November 2019

“New from Old: Designs inspired by the Mamluks Minbars of Cairo”

14th November 2019 @ 7:00 am - 17th November 2019 @ 10:00 pm
Chesterfield Gardens, 4 Chesterfield Gardens
London, W1J 5BG United Kingdom

“New from Old: Designs inspired by the Mamluks Minbars of Cairo” A Talk and the opening of an exhibition that is developed and curated under Rescuing the Mamluk Minbars of Cairo Project. The exhibition will run till Sunday 17th November. Two workshops to learn the process of drawing the Mamluk designs and Arabesque motives are offered by registration. Venue: The Egyptian Bureau for Cultural & Education Affairs, 4 Chesterfield Gardens, London – W1J 5BGTea & Coffee will be served at…

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“Egyptian Inspiration”, the opening of the exhibition of the Artist and Collector Wagdy Soliman

20th November 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 29th November 2019 @ 8:30 pm
4 Chesterfield Gardens London, W1J 5BG United Kingdom

“Egyptian Inspiration”, the opening of the exhibition of the Artist and Collector Wagdy Soliman. Wednesday 20th November at 6:30pm: “Egyptian Inspiration”, the opening of the exhibition of the Artist and Collector Wagdy Soliman. The exhibition includes a selection of his paintings as well as some of his private collection of works by renowned artists including Salah taher, Abdel Rahman ENashar, Zeinab Al Sageny, Farghali Abdel Hafiz, Ahmed Morsi, Mostafa El-Razaz, Gamal Lamie, amongst others. The exhibition runs until Friday 29th…

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Egyptian Inspiration – Wagdy Soliman Exhibition

21st November 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Egyptian Bureau for Cultural & Education Affairs, 4 Chesterfield Gardens
London, W1J 5BG United Kingdom

Egyptian Inspiration - Wagdy Soliman Exhibition Although we know Wagdy mainly through his Travel Company (who have booked us on Eurostar and into the Best Western Hotel this weekend for our Paris trip) he is one of Egypt’s most accomplished artists. He knows almost all of Egypt’s Contemporary artists as he studied with them. At long last he is exhibiting in London and I urge you to visit the attached exhibitions and see his remarkable works. This is an exhibition…

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“Man fears time, yet time fears the Pyramids. Should the Pyramids fear science and engineering?“

29th November 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
4 Chesterfield Gardens London, W1J 5BG United Kingdom

“Man fears time, yet time fears the Pyramids. Should the Pyramids fear science and engineering?“ A Talk by Prof. Yasser ElShayeb  taking us to a journey of success stories on the use of science, technology and engineering for the management of cultural heritage sites. The highlights of the talk is #ScanPyramids project, where scientists were able to identify previously unknown voids inside the great pyramid of Cheops in Giza.   Tea & Coffee will be served at half an hour prior…

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December 2019

A fundraising event at the Cockpit Theatre

15th December 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Cockpit, Gateforth Street
London, NW8 8EH United Kingdom
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£25 – £35

A fundraising event at the Cockpit Theatre Produced and presented by St Mary & St Shenouda Church, Coulsdon, Coptic Orthodox Church of London Hosted by The Cockpit.     You are invited for the charity fundraising event full of popular Western and Egyptian music. The funds will go to the building of a new community hall at St Mary & St Shenouda Coptic Orthodox Church in Coulsdon, Diocese of London. The concert is by the award winning "The Ayoub Sisters"…

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January 2020

Girls Love: Film Screening and Panel Discussion

16th January 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
4 Chesterfield Gardens London, W1J 5BG United Kingdom + Google Map

Girls Love: Film Screening and Panel Discussion In its annular joint film event the Egyptian Cultural and Educational Bureau (ECEB) and the British Egyptian Society (BES) are proud to announce the screening of the modern classic romantic comedy ‘Girls love’ celebrating 15 years since its release. The film screening will be followed by a panel discussion with the film director Khaled El Hagar in conversation with Dr Gamal Hassan (consultant psychiatrist and book author) and Dr Khalid Ali (consultant geriatrician…

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Private View of “Troy- Myth and Reality” at the British Museum

22nd January 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The British Museum London, WC1B 3DG United Kingdom + Google Map
£10 – £25

Private View of “Troy- Myth and Reality” at the British Museum The British Museum, very kindly, has granted us a Private View of this new exhibition. The exhibition, already opened to the general public, has received 5 star reviews. Our Private View is on Wednesday 22nd January 2020.  This is how the British Museum describes this unmissable exhibition: -The legend of Troy has endured for more than 3,000 years. The story of a great city, plunged into a 10-year war over…

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February 2020

 “Painting & Difference”, Painting Exhibition by Dr. Dina El-Sioufi

12th February 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
4 Chesterfield Gardens London, W1J 5BG United Kingdom + Google Map

The Egyptian Bureau for Cultural & Education Affairs is pleased to announce and invite you to the upcoming events:  “Painting & Difference”, Exhibition by Dr. Dina El-Sioufi. Painting and Difference is a play on Jacques Derrida, L’Ecriture Et La Difference (Writing and Difference), 1967. There, the French philosopher makes clear that every creative act; writing, poetry, painting, etc, is a form of other writing involving difference. Not only through what the author/artist is trying to convey in a work but also…

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December 2020

Maat, Morals & Justice in Ancient Egypt by Beth Asbury : 3rd December

3rd December 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Maat, Morals & Justice in Ancient Egypt by Beth Asbury Morals encourage cooperation between individuals, which is useful for community survival. The ancient Egyptians' answer to this was a belief in Maat, originally an abstract concept that became a deified entity in about 2350 BC. Documentary sources show the range of behaviour that people aspired to in order to live up to Maat but as a pragmatic society, the Egyptians did not always live up to their ideals, and historical texts also shed light on how they dealt with their criminals.…

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