Video. The Papers Club café, a breath of fresh air for the cultural community in Casablanca

By Amine Lamkhaida and Adil Gadrouz on 10/02/2021 at 5:56 p.m. Papers Club organizes literary meetings, film screenings, workshops, conferences as well as occasional events. © Copyright: Adil Gadrouz / Le360 Located in the heart of Casablanca, in front of the Mohammed V stadium, Papers Club is a multidisciplinary cultural café to nourish body, soul and spirit. Since its opening on December 9, 2020, this space has never been empty. Writers, painters and lovers of art and culture, as well as many families meet there. Particularly rich and varied, the cultural program offered by this unique café is aimed at all audiences, from toddlers to the elderly. Papers Club organizes literary meetings, film screenings, workshops, conferences, as well as occasional activities. Approached by Le360, Younes Jebbari, manager of this cultural café, indicates that the idea of ​​creating Papers Club was born from the desire to offer a space for cultural exchange to the inhabitants and visitors of Casablanca. Video. Publication: Rita El Khayat revisits “Morocco of traditions and customs” “It is a place where you can eat, drink a coffee or simply come and settle down with your computer to work or to write. The idea of ​​this café was motivated by the desire to juxtapose cultural products with everyday products and to offer a reading space for everyone, ”he explains. “We have a repertoire of thousands of varied books. We are keen to organize literary meetings since we consider the book to be the poor relation of culture in Morocco. We also organize film screenings, cultural walks and workshops for children. “We have been around for ten months. If we continue this momentum, we will be able to diversify our services even more and offer other cultural activities,” he added. By Amine Lamkhaida and Adil Gadrouz