Samir Ghanim’s theater opening in Riyadh and Jeddah delayed

Egyptian comedian and entertainer Samir Ghanem. (Photo courtesy: social media)
Updated 11 October 2017
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Samir Ghanim’s theater opening in Riyadh and Jeddah delayed

JEDDAH: Egyptian comedian and entertainer Samir Ghanem denied allegations published by Sayidaty magazine regarding the cancelation of his play “Siboni Aghanni” (Let me Sing) in Saudi Arabia, and confirmed that the show was just “delayed” until the end of October, instead of the beginning, for technical reasons.

He added that the play will be shown for eight days in Saudi Arabia: Four days in Riyadh and four in Jeddah, before moving to Kuwait and the UAE. This tour comes before presenting the play in Egypt.

The play is a musical comedy about the judges of a talent show. Many stars take part in this play, including Samir Ghanem, Tal’at Zakarya, Sha’ban Abdul Rahim, and others. It is directed by Abdul Ghani Zaki.

The last play for Samir Ghanem was “Tralam lam,” 2006, which lasted for five consecutive seasons.


Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan visits Prophet’s Mosque in Saudi Arabia

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Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan visits Prophet’s Mosque in Saudi Arabia

JEDDAH: Pakistani Prime Minister, Imran Khan, visited on Tuesday the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah for prayer as part of his first official state visit since assuming office.
He was received at the Prophet’s Mosque by the commander of the security force of the mosque Brig. Gen. Muzli Abdulrahman Al-Mashhadan, the deputy head of the affairs of the Prophet’s Mosque in charge of Sheikh Saleh bin Khalid Al-Muzaini, and a number of officials in the General Presidency Agency for the Prophet’s Mosque.
Khan arrived in Saudi Arabia earlier on Tuesday following an invitation from King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Press Agency reported.