Events

  1. SAFAR: A Journey Through Popular Arab Cinema
  2. Medics for Egypt
  3. Sustaining Smiles - Draw a Smile Dinner
  4. Artist Wael Shawky Event
  5. New Insights into Christian Egypt
  6. Bahibik Ya Masr Easter Break
  7. Egypt-Talks Radio
  8. Egyptian Community-Scotland
  9. 'Asmaa' film screening event.
  10. International Inspiration- Egypt
  11. The British Museum- Hajj Exhibition.

  • SAFAR: A Journey Through Popular Arab Cinema
    2012-09-07

    The Arab British Centre, working in partnership with the ICA and Dubai International Film Festival, is delighted to present SAFAR. A journey through popular Arab Cinema, the most ambitious season of popular Arab film ever seen in the UK.

    The week-long series of classic and contemporary popular cinema takes audiences on a journey of gripping dramas, subversive comedies and exaggerated melodramas, taking in an array of rarely seen and re-mastered cinematic masterpieces as well as recent releases, many never seen on British screens.

    Dr Hesham Khalil would like to take this opportunity to welcome and encourage all Egyptians and Non – Egyptians to invite their family and friends to participant in such a wonderful event, and to optimise this fantastic movie experience which has come to the British cinema screen.

    Guest’s attending the opening evening are: Ambassador Hatem Seif El Nasr, Head Consul Dr Hesham Khalil, Actor Hussein Fahmy, Actor Khaled Abol Naga, Director Marwan Hamed, Freelance film maker Dr Viola Shafik, as well as other attendees.

    For further details please refer to the following websites:

    http://www.arabbritishcentre.org.uk/safar-journey-through-popular-arab-cinema

    http://www.ica.org.uk/34210/Seasons/Safar-A-Journey-Through-Popular-Arab-Cinema.html




  • Medics for Egypt
    2012-07-06

    "Medics for Egypt" cordially invite you to a Ramadan Charity Iftar with Dr Bassem Youssef. This follows on from the widely acknowledged success of last year's event "Come Iftar with Me" .

    This year promises to be even better so please join us for a fun evening for the whole family! Please note, we sold out very quickly last year and expect the same this year, so please book now to avoid disappointment! Please see attached poster & forward to friends.

    Date: Sat 21st July

    Time: 6.30pm

    Venue: Thistle Hotel, Marble Arch, London W1H 7EH

    * 3-course halal meal

    * Special guest: Dr Bassem Youssef ( www.nytimes.com/2011/04/28/world/middleeast/28iht-M28C-EGYPT-SHOW.html?pagewanted=all )

    * All funds raised will go to training Egyptian doctors in Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) and to developing a cardiothoracic unit in Upper Egypt 

    Tickets can only be purchased via: www.medicsforegypt.eventbrite.co.uk (If you cannot attend the event but would like to make a donation, this can be made through this site also)

    (£35 before 13th July; £40 thereafter; £50 VIP ticket; £100 seat with Dr Bassem Youssef)

    Bookings unfortunately cannot be accepted at the door.

    Facebook Site for Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/411739352202065/?ref=notif&notif_t=plan_user_joined#!/events/411739352202065/

    Medics for Egypt is a charity composed of young Egyptian doctor trainees, based in London. For further information about our Aims & Objectives, and to join us, please see: https://www.facebook.com/events/411739352202065/#!/groups/medics4egypt/




  • Sustaining Smiles - Draw a Smile Dinner
    2012-07-03

    Draw a Smile would like to cordially invite you all to a fundraising dinner in support of its 2012 Ramadan Campaign, featuring a very special guest - Dr Hany El Banna OBE.

    The dinner will take place at the beautiful Ariana Restaurant on Harrow Road on Sunday 8th July 2012. The evening will include a delicious 3 course meal with unlimited soft drinks, an auction featuring illustrious items on offer, where all proceeds will go towards the campaign, a presentation on Draw a Smile's crucial work in Egypt and a keynote presentation by our highly esteemed guest for the evening.
     
    This evening will be a fantastic opportunity to learn about the work of Draw a Smile. The team will reveal the fruits of the past several months of research by launching the charity's brand new project in Egypt; The Draw a Smile Vocational Training Centre. The volunteers both in the UK and in Egypt have been working tirelessly to install the foundations for this project, which is due to receive its first intake of trainees this month.

    The team in the UK would thus like to invite all our supporters of the past and present to thank them for their support and show them what they have enabled us to achieve; and would also like to welcome our new friends to introduce them to our charity and hopefully earn their invaluable support in the future.

    Tickets are £30 per person, and will be offered on a first come first served basis, with all profits going towards Draw a Smile's Ramadan Campaign: www.drawasmile.org.uk/ramadan

    To reserve your place, please visit www.charitygiving.co.uk/sustainingsmiles


    About Draw a Smile:

    Please visit www.drawasmile.org.uk for more information about who they are and what they do.




  • Artist Wael Shawky Event
    2012-05-22

     
    New Programme at the Wide Open School (Hayward Gallery)
     
    11th June-11th July 2012
     
    Wael Shawky
    (b.1971, Alexandria, Egypt)


    Wael Shawky's installations, performances and videos explore pivotal issues in society, politics, culture and religion in the Arab World. He aims to show 'a society in transition, a condition that is not clear, a translation,' and uses many of the techniques of popular entertainment - both ancient and modern - to re-present the causes and effects of political events. Taking the format of a TV gameshow, with children as actors, he has re-staged the assassination of Egypt's President Sadat in 1981 and, using 200-year-old Italian marionettes, he has retold episodes from the history of the Crusades as a horror show seen through Arab eyes. His animated film installation Al-Aqsa Park re-imagines the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem as a fairground carousel while Larvae Channel 2 (2009), in which an elderly Palestinian couple describe their forced eviction from their home in the West Bank, combines film with animation with cartoon-like outlines drawn around the figures, emphasising their every move and gesture.
     
    Please see website for further details;
     




  • New Insights into Christian Egypt
    2012-05-22

    This event will be held at the British Museum.

    Monday 9 July, 18.00
    BP Lecture Theatre
    £25, Members/concessions £15

    For further information please see;

    http://www.britishmuseum.org/whats_on/events_calendar/july_2012/christian_egypt.aspx




  • Bahibik Ya Masr Easter Break
    2012-04-06


    The most popular BYM event of the year is back... and its set to be even bigger!

    Over the Easter break , 6 April-9 April, BYM has exclusive access to 50 acres of lush farm land and surrounding top notch farm houses, providing accommodation for up to 30 people.

    Set within the heart of the New Forest this perfect south coast base gives BYMers' a great vantage point to explore the local forest and water front.

    Over the extended Easter weekend BYM will be putting on an action packed trip, with something for everyone. If you came last year you'll know how much fun there was to be had, packed into fewer days.

    This year Edward the farmer has given us full access for the entire extended Easter weekend.

    That 4 days of uninterrupted wilderness bliss.

    This year will include all of last years action with extra sparkle added just for kicks!

    The Details:

    Cost £230

    Up to 4nights on the Farm: checking in Friday
    Breakfast and Dinner included (must provide own lunch)
    Clay Pigeon shooting
    Water Sports Activity:
    --Wet Suits
    --Kayak
    --Catamaran
    --Power Boating
    --Water Skiiing
    Picnic in the Cove
    BBQ on the Farm


    ALL PROFIT TO: Children's Cancer Hospital, Cairo-Egypt

    This event ISA will be alot of fun, as well as giving back to Masr something through our enjoyment here.

    Blease blease blease book early to avoid disappointment. This event has LIMITED places and once full we sadly cant take anymore.

    please send monies with details of your name (plus others if you are paying for multiple) to:

    NatWest
    Dr Khaled Sadek
    Sort: 60-20-44
    Account: 99688530

    Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/bahibikyamasr/
    Email: bahibikyamasr@groups.facebook.com





  • Egypt-Talks Radio
    2012-03-23

    Egypt Talks radio show is an online station with a variety of shows weekly and monthly.

    Shebak Tiara- a popular talk show with exclusive interviews (weekly)
    El So7bgya- young views on current affairs (weekly)
    Funky's Record Box- musical show with DJ Funky Pharaoh (monthly)

    Plus other shows which are soon to be released. www.egypt-talks.com




  • Egyptian Community-Scotland
    2012-03-18

    Please see below event message from the Egyptian Community - Scotland.

    Our next function for the Egyptian Club is to celebrate Mother’s Day! We will meet on Sunday the 18th of March at 1pm for lunch at our usual venue, The Glynhyill Hotel. The lunch will cost members £ 12.00 for adults and £6.00 for children (5-12). If you cannot manage the lunch, you can join us for coffee and scones at 3pm. The... Sunday lunch is a very good opportunity for the members to get to know each other and discuss current issues in our motherland Egypt and the Egyptian Community in Scotland. Also it is very important for the next generation and their children to play and socialise together especially with their unique bond of similar background and culture.




  • 'Asmaa' film screening event.
    2012-03-15

    'Asmaa' film screening event by The Egyptian Cultural Bureau to be held in Brighton.




  • International Inspiration- Egypt

    Egypt is the twentieth country to join the International Inspiration programme.

    Egypt was selected as the final International Inspiration country using criteria based on sport development, youth development and educational indicators. There is a real passion to enrich lives through sport in Egypt and senior Egyptian stakeholders in education and sport, as well as young people themselves, have been consulted in recent months and work is now underway to determine the strategic direction of the country programme.

    Seb Coe, Chair of LOCOG said: “I’m thrilled to welcome Egypt as the 20th and final country to the International Inspiration programme. Our vision from the outset was to use the power of the Games to inspire change – engaging the youth of the world through sport. The work the programme will achieve in this country will allow us to reach out to thousands more children and young people and inspire them to go beyond their personal best.”

    Baroness Grey-Thompson, International Inspiration Ambassador said: “Sport is a powerful means of engaging young people and allowing them to channel their energy in a positive way. International Inspiration will give young people in Egypt the access to sport that I had growing up, that which inspired me to achieve things in my life that I am proud of, including my Paralympic gold medals.”




  • The British Museum- Hajj Exhibition.


    The British Museum opened its doors to the Hajj exhibition in January and it ends 15th April.

    The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3DG.

    More info and tickets can be found at http://www.britishmuseum.org/whats_on/exhibitions/hajj/visiting.aspx




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