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For many people in Lebanon, the holy month of Ramadan is a time of fasting, prayer, charity, forgiveness and other spiritual activities.But over the last 20 years, Ramadan has also been celebrated with cultural events and theater performances at Masrah al-Madina in Beirut. Dubbed "Ramadaniyat," the program features six performances, mainly focused on traditional Arabic music and songs.The Ramadaniyat is just one of the year-round programs hosted by Masrah al-Madina, one of the country's most famous cultural landmarks.The theater has a busy program for the rest of the year.Ashkar also revealed that Masrah al-Madina will organize a drama workshop for between 35 and 50 Syrian and Palestinian refugee students aged nine to 13 .Masrah al-Madina will then end the year with a major fundraising event in December.Tickets for Ramadaniyat can be purchased for L.L. 25,000 and L.L. 35,000 at Masrah al-Madina, Malik's Bookstore, Khoury Home, AltCity and booking.com.
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