This scene's from the 1972 Egyptian film ‘Imtithal’ (إمتثال) and features a shamadan (candelabra) performance by Nagwa Fouad.
The film, which is non-fiction, starred Magda al Kahtib as Imtithal Fawzi who was a popular Egyptian bellydancer and singer in Cairo the 1930s. Imtithal was performing her regular act in the Bosphorus Nightclub (Casino al Busfur) in Cairo one evening in May 1936 when the lights in the nightclub suddenly went out. There was confusion and panic in the darkness. When the lights were turned back on clubgoers were shocked to see Imtithal Fawzi lying on stage dying from stab wounds. Later investigation showed that she had been killed by a gang for failing to meet their demands for protection money.
Also starring were Adel Adham, Samir Sabri, Katkouta, Naima el Soghaiar and Nour al Sherif.