From partaking in a quiz night for a QAWS to bundling up to see a movie in the park to cheering on famous cyclists from around the world, there's tons to do around town over the next few days. Here are the highlights.
Drawn from talent across Russia, Ukraine, and Azerbaijan, the three-year old show is an abridged version of its original European counterpart, and includes a diverse cast of human and animal performers.
Tens of thousands of migrant fishermen work off Qatar’s coasts to help feed the country’s growing appetite for seafood. Like many other low-income expats, their job is inherently dangerous and offers little in the way of job security or a guaranteed income.
From some intense car drifting action to the opening of an international golf tournament to a concert by a world-renowned Qawwali singer, there are lots of things to check out around town over the next few days. Here are the highlights.
With circus-like attractions and performers from all over the world showcasing their artistry alongside local singers and dancers, the festival brings together a cultural hodgepodge of talent over a period of two weeks.
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