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Matinale du samedi 26 mars 2011

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1. Eddie Lang – Eddie’s Twister
2. Teddy Thompson – Don’t Dream It’s Over
3. Roch Voisine – Avant de partir
4. Down In June – Roseclouds Of Holocaust
5. Electrelane – To The East
6. Philippe Katerine – La Banane
7. Les Petits Bateaux – Comment poussent les bananiers?
8. joao donato – bananeira
9. Radiohead – Morning Mr Magpie
10. Etta James – Roll With Me Henry
11. Aerosmith – Dude (Looks Like a Lady)
12. Walter Murphy – A Fifth of Beethoven
13. Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band – Express yourself
14. Diana Ross – Upside Down

C’était un: Roland Barthes (cliquez dessus, c’est une sélection de citations…)

L’Agenda:
Samedi 26 mars 2011
Festival ’50 jours, 50 ans’ @ Théâtre Tournesol
Ecrans du réel @ Metropolis Empire Sofil: Courts métrages Fotokino – Séance pour les enfants
Ecrans du réel @ Metropolis Empire Sofil: Les imams vont à l’école de Kaouther Ben Hania
Ecrans du réel @ Metropolis Empire Sofil: Solutions locales pour un désordre global de Coline Serreau
Cultural Connectives @ Papercup: Rana Abou Rjeily’s Book Launch and Signing
Festival Al-Bustan / Grand Finale: Nina Kotova

Dimanche 27 mars 2011
Cafe Sonor @ EM Chill, Mar Mkhayel (10h du matin)
Documenting Theater @ Théâtre Tournesol
Festival ’50 jours, 50 ans’ @ Théâtre Tournesol
Ecrans du réel @ Metropolis Empire Sofil: Il y a tant de choses encore à raconter d’Omar Amiralay
A night of Stand Up Revolution Between Beirut and Cairo @ EM Chill, Mar Mkhayel

Lundi 28 mars 2011
Festival ’50 jours, 50 ans’ @ Théâtre Tournesol
Pascal Colrat expose ses affiches sur scène (Théâtre Beyrouth)

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March 25, 2011 at 20:04

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