Al-Ahram Weekly Online   3 - 9 July 2003
Issue No. 645
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Farewell maestro
Amal Choucri Catta attends Ahmed El-Sa'edi's final concert as director of the Cairo Symphony Orchestra

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The French-language downtown bookshop Les Livres de France has reopened after a five-month hiatus due to an unsuccessful law suit, writes Sherif Iskander Nakhla...

Plain Talk
I first got to know Peter Brook in the late 1940s, seeing two of his Shakespearean productions at Stratford-upon-Avon: Love's Labour Lost, and Romeo and Juliet. Immediately I could tell that he had his own, new approach to Shakespeare...
By Mursi Saad El-Din

In progress: Go East, young man
Mustafa El-Labbad, 37, is an independent researcher and editor-in-chief of Sharqnameh, a periodical concerned with Iran, Turkey and Central Asia and published by Dar Al- Mustaqbal Al-Arabi, Cairo...

Unity in diversity
Nehad Selaiha reviews the artistic fare at The Independent Theatre Week at Al-Tali'a

Confidence tricks
Youssef Rakha joins in the game

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