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  • Najat_
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    only one month to go....can't wait to get on that plane heading for lblad....hope that July is just as full of events as June

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    RABAT


    Event:
    “A midsummer night's dream,” adaptation of Shakespeare's play in French, by the students of the Higher National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts.

    Date:
    Jun. 3 and 4, 8.30 p.m.

    Place:
    Chellah, Rabat.

    Price:
    Adults MAD 70, French Institute members MAD 50, Students MAD 30.

    Event:
    Habanamoun (Jazz music).

    Date:
    Jun. 17, 8.30 p.m.
    Place:
    Tamuziga restaurant, Aswak Assalam, Rabat.
    Price:
    MAD 180 a person (dinner included).



    Event:
    “Al Andalus,” Dance spectacle by the Blanca Li company. Blanca Li, a Spanish dancer residing in France will present a series of danses, from Flamenco to hip hop, classical or baroque dance.
    Date:
    Jun. 18, 8.30 p.m.

    Place:
    Mohammed V theatre, Rabat.

    Price:
    Grownups MAD 70, French Institute members MAD 50, Students MAD 30.

    Event:
    Gaïta Badaouia, chaâbi music.

    Date:
    Jun. 18, 8.30 p.m.

    Place:
    Tamuziga restaurant, Aswak Assalam, Rabat.
    Price:
    MAD 180 a person (dinner included).


    Event:
    The great Morocco Duck Race. Hundreds of plastic ducks will be competing against each other in the swimming pool of the Kasba Hotel. The winner will be the undisputed Swimming Pool Duck Champion of Morocco. Well, for grownups who will feel the need for more explanations: this event is being organised by the British Council for the launch of the www.go4english.com website.

    Date: Jun. 19

    Place:
    Kasba Hotel, Temara

    Price:
    Free, invitations distributed by the Rabat and Casablanca British Councils.

    Event:
    Tagada, chaâbi songs.

    Date:
    Jun. 25, 8.30 p.m.

    Place:
    Tamuziga restaurant, Aswak Assalam, Rabat.

    Price:
    MAD 180 a person (dinner included).

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    By Houda Filali-Ansary

    This month is filled with nice pretexts to go out wherever you are in Morocco or even abroad. From the Casablanca Boulevard des Jeunes concerts and the Fez Festival of World Sacred Musics, to the Essaouira Festival at the end of the month, you will have plenty of opportunities to leave your slippers in their cupboard. Check here for events occurring near your home, and do not forget to come back for updates.

    CASABLANCA


    Event:
    Exhibition, a tribute to the late French writer and philosopher Jean Paul Sartre.

    Date:
    Jun. 1 to 21.

    Place:
    French Institute media library, Casablanca.

    Price:
    Free


    Event: “Magic Pencil,” an exhibition featuring about 80 original paintings by British children's book illustrators. For more information.

    Date: Jun. 6 to 22

    Place:
    Ecole Supérieure des Beaux Arts, Casablanca.

    Price:
    Free.



    Event: Moroccan linguistics specialist Moha Ennaji presents his latest book “Multilingualism, cultural identity and education in Morocco”.

    Date:
    Jun. 13, evening.

    Place: British Council, Casablanca.

    Price:
    Free.


    Event: “Al Andalus,” Dance spectacle by the Blanca Li company. Blanca Li, a Spanish dancer residing in France, will present a series of danses, from Flamenco to hip hop, classical or baroque dance.

    Date:
    Jun. 14, 8.30 p.m.

    Place:
    Complexe Culturel Moulay Rachid, transport available from the French Institute at 7:45 p.m.

    Price:
    MAD 20 for students, MAD 60 for members and MAD 90 for non-members.


    Event:
    “Maimónides : Edad de Oro de Sefarad en Al Andalus” (Maymonides or the Golden Age of the “Sefarads” in Al Andalus), a concert by Eduardo Paniagua. Paniagua is considered as one of the best Spanish musicians in the field of Middle Age music reinterpretation. His musical work in favour of cultural coexistence led him to be awarded the Medal of the four Sefarad Synagogues of Jerusalem in October 2004.

    Date:
    Jun. 15, 8.00 p.m.

    Place:
    Cervantes Institute, Casablanca.

    Price:
    Free.

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