music

Bar Farouk in Metro al Madina

Bar Farouk revives the artistic scene of Beirut from the 30s to the 70s, from popular theatre to cabaret music and dance, through the works of icons who have marked the art scene before the civil war, such as Chouchou, Sabah, Ferial Karim and the poet Omar El Zeenni, amongst many. 10 Musicians, singers, actors and dancers bring you back to this golden era where Beirut was at the avant-garde of the cultural and artistic life in the Middle-East
  • Metro Al Madina
  • Jan 29 - 09:30 PM
theater

MEILLEURS ALLIES

Le 4 juin 1944, Churchill convoque De Gaulle à Londres pour lui faire part de l’imminence du débarquement des troupes alliées en Normandie. De Gaulle est furieux : la France libre est écartée de la plus grosse opération militaire de tous les temps, qui aura lieu sur les côtes françaises. La rencontre se passe très mal, au point que Churchill envisage d’enfermer De Gaulle quelque part en Angleterre. Un face-à-face orageux entre deux monstres de l’Histoire, qui éprouvent l’un pour l’autre un mélange d’estime et d’agacement, de fascination et d’exaspération.
  • Théatre Monnot
  • Jun 16 - 09:00 PM
music

Phonograph & Tea - Oussama Abdel Fattah - Citerne Beirut

Oussama Abdel Fattah is a Lebanese musician & Oud player who combines tradition and modernity in Arabic music. Starting from his passion for traditional music, trying to reconnect it with the current musical reality, he founded a group that preserves traditional musical forms with fellow students in 2003, participated in the Asil Ensemble for Arab Classical Contemporary Music since 2007, and toured France between 2010 and 2014 with the "Nahas Project"-Sebastian Bertrand- to play a contemporary folkloric style of the western region of France. He began working as archivist and sound engineer on the recordings of the early 20th century at the AMAR Foundation in 2012, which enabled him to gain a broader understanding of traditional music, especially the singing aspect, where he developed a special method of training in Arabic singing and which made him distinguished at the moment as a vocal coach.
  • Citerne Beirut
  • Jun 17 - 08:30 PM
music

Metrophone presents Taroub & Jamal

Metrophone presents "Taroub & Jamal" Why Metrophone? Metrophone was born by bringing back forgotten yet significant music archives, bringing back the art, the lyrics and the tunes, that had long been eclipsed, in order to revive the Lebanese musical history. The previous shows paid a tribute to: Wadad, Jamal & Taroub, Sami Yazbeck, Mona Maraachi, Nour el Houda, Halim El Roumi, Najah Salam, Ferial Karim, Azar Habib, Nahawand, Nouhad Tarabay, Georgette Sayegh & Joseph Sakr.
  • Metro Al Madina
  • Jun 19 - 09:30 PM
voucher

Indie Camp - 22-23 June 2019

The "Indie Camp" is an extraordinary camping event which will give you, the campers, the opportunity to experience a great night in the greenish forest of Chouwen. The event will include food kiosks like Tonino Crepes, The Beiruter( burgers and sausages), Shawerma kiosk( beef and chicken) and a kiosk for small snacks like chips and nuts. There will be a DJ and live band, in addition to entertainment shows. Moreover, on the second day there will be a hike in Chouwen after having our breakfast together. This year we will hike using a totally different trail than the usual one!! Get your sleeping bags and tents and join us to experience this amazing adventure with your loved ones. • Doors will be open at 5pm on June 22 till 2pm on June 23. • Entrance fees: $26/person (if you have your own tents) $30/person( if you don't have a tent) • No pets, food(snacks) and hookahs are allowed.
  • Up Hill
  • Anytime
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