The Sharjah International Book Fair, in its 40th session, accompanies its audience, both adults and children, to enchanting worlds of entertainment, fun and learning, in which it opens new windows on performing arts and theater from different countries of the world. ), under the slogan “Here, you have a book,” five plays and eight touring musicals.
The exhibition will host in a series of performances presented by a group of artists specialized in the fields of performance, performing arts, acting, playing and sound effects, and storytellers. Enemies of success wishing to obstruct the march of the dream.
With the Sharjah International Book Theater, the audience is experiencing times of suspense and adventure in a show starring and represented by Badr Al-Shuaibi, Fahd Al-Bannai, Hanadi Al-Kandari, Fahd Al-Saleh, Ghorar Safar, Ahmed Bin Hussein and Kifah Al-Rajeeb, and presented in three evening shows, respectively. On the 11th, 12th and 13th of November.
The audience of Indian culture has a share of theatrical performances in this session, as the fifth of November will witness a theatrical performance entitled “Ghalib in New Delhi”, a comic work that has been shown for a long time in India and is widely popular, telling about the story of the return of the poet Mirza Ghalib to life in India, during the twenty-first century, presents the audience with paradoxes and situations that combine comedy and contemplation of the impact of temporal transformations in human life.
The evening of the first day of the exhibition will witness the presentation of a theatrical work entitled “Symphony of Living Books”, which takes the audience in a live experience to a world dominated by the voices of readers. .
During the period from (6-8) of November, the exhibition will witness a play entitled “Interactive Imagination”, which mixes fantasy, illusion, reality and technology, from an artistic framework inspired by books, pictures and animations. As for the theatrical show presented by the International Talent Agency, entitled “School of Crazy Sciences”, it targets children, and deals with bright and funny experiences, not based on serious scientific humor as much as it displays the madness of science and its amazing paradoxes.
Enchanting surprises in the corridors of the exhibition
The Sharjah International Book Fair, in its 40th session this year, will host eight touring shows that fascinate the audience with a variety of surprises. and others.