The 14th iteration of the Bahrain Summer Festival kicks off on July 11 with a special show highlighting three local talents.
The evening will see Mohamed Al Najjar and siblings Haya and Layan Al Hamad put on a classical music show for all to enjoy at the Cultural Hall in Manama, at 7pm.
Mr Al Najjar has won several music awards and performed a number of shows across the UK, where he is studying piano and composition.
The Al Hamad sisters have participated in many competitions and concerts at schools and institutes in Bahrain, and won a number of awards and first place medals for their works.
This is one of the many performances that is being held as part of Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities annual event, which is in its Golden Edition.
The live science show Brainiac Remixed is on July 12, 13 and 14 at the Cultural Hall, with captivating, high-energy experiments from Brainiac Live done at 5pm and at 8pm.
Palestine TV’s ‘Beit Byout’, in collaboration with the Palestinian Embassy Bahrain, presents a production of ‘The Little Lantern’, based on late Palestinian author Ghassan Kanafani’s story on July 15. The story aims to teach children the virtues of modesty and rapprochement between people.
The play is about an honourable king who dies, leaving his only daughter and heir to the throne. In his last will, the king tells his daughter that in order to become the queen of the kingdom, she has to bring the sun into the castle.
The play, which is at 5pm and at 8pm, then shows her thrilling journey whilst leaving a meaningful message behind.
All of the Bahrain Summer festival events are being held free of charge.
Aside from the exciting live, artistic and entertainment-based performances, there are also a series of fun and interactive educational workshops at the Art Centre.
More than 500 summer workshops will be held over the course of the festival ranging from handicrafts, plastic arts, sciences, music and others.
The popular annual event will be held until July 31 in an in-person format this year after the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.