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Open Mic – July 2017


On July 15, 2017, Malja held its thirteenth Open Mic night. This night of low-pressure creativity and inspiration was robust with musical performances, from acoustic guitars to purely vocal performances. In between and to finish, we got to experience the relaxing and thought-provoking effects of poetry and spoken word in addition to two stand-up comedy acts.

Performers (in order of performance):

– Abdulla Nezar [Twitter]

– Salman Hassan [Instagram]

– Hamad Ebrahim [Instagram]

– Wesam & Rahma [Instagram]

– Abdulrahman Al-Helali [Instagram]

– Samaa Ismaeel

– Mohammed Sultan [Instagram]

– Ahmed Al Hayki [Instagram]

– Bader Al Saad [Instagram]

– Hady Elcott [Instagram]

– Adnan AlSannaa

– Mishaal Abdullah [Facebook]

– Hannan Ashhad [Instagram]

– Tawfik Al Bitar [Instagram]

– Seham Yateem & Hana Maki

– Noora & Karim [Twitter & Instagram]

РAmina (Aiubova)  [Instagram]

Due to some technical difficulties, we’ve been unable to photograph all performers and we sincerely apologize.

 


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