Multiscreen cinema complexes are springing up all over the city, usually linked to major malls. Foreign films are subtitled in Arabic and usually start 30 minutes after the scheduled time (arriving 15 minutes after that time is usually fine). All theaters have reserved seating. Also note that most embassies have cultural centers that show original-language (and uncensored) movies—these are well worth looking into if you're in the mood to see a film.

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  • 1. Al-Hanager

    Gezira | Dance

    Part of the Opera House complex—but intended as a space for experimental performing arts—the Al-Hanager hosts some of Cairo's most interesting...Read More

  • 2. Cairo Opera House

    Gezira | Opera

    This is the home of Cairo Opera Company, which has an excellent soprano in Paris-trained Iman Mustafa. The collection of performing arts companies...Read More

  • 3. El Sakia

    Zamalek | Dance

    The name of this gallery, which can be translated as "The Waterwheel," is the legacy of writer and novelist Adel-Moneim El Sawy. It's a cultural...Read More

  • 4. Empress Lounge

    Zamalek | Dance

    The Empress has nightly belly dancing shows along with singing performances. ...Read More

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