Season 1,
29:27 MINS

Episode 12

September 18, 2016

 

What’s new in the news

If you blinked really fast you might have missed all this news that is happening in and around the city.

The Doha Film Institute (DFI) has issued a callout for Qatar residents of all ages, nationalities and experience levels to apply to join its database of actors for new film projects.

Qatar-based aspiring and established actors who are interested in roles in locally-produced projects are especially welcome. The deadline for applications is Oct. 1st, and details on how to apply can be found on DFI’s website here.

http://dohanews.co/new-iphone-7-go-sale-qatar-sept-24/

Music and Nightlife

Happy Hour

When:Everyday from 5:30pm to 7:30 pm

Where:Fuego at Shangri La

Cost: Drink prices start at 30QR

The Deets:

Fuego delivers the culinary fire and passion of the Argentine pampas to diners who wish to channel their inner gauchos and paisanas. Lively, fun and engaging, it offers the finest selection of prime beef prepared in the time-honoured traditions of the Argentine grill. The unique dining experience is complemented by Doha’s largest selection of South American wines and the finest Latin-style service. The convivial atmosphere is heightened by a lovely repertoire of Argentine folk music from a professional duo. They perform four 45-minute sets every evening, except Monday evening

Website: http://www.shangri-la.com/doha/shangrila/dining/restaurants/fuego/

Happy Hour at Hunters Grill

When:Saturday to Wednesday from 5pm to 11pm

Where:The Westin Doha

Cost:Selected beverages for 25QR

The Deets:

Hunters Room & Grill offers an upscale, contemporary spin on the traditional grill house, with minimalist décor of leather seats and dark wood tables. Hardwood floors and an open kitchen complete this elegant, no-frills atmosphere where enticing aromas and succulent textures and flavours command centre stage.

Website: http://www.huntersdoha.com/

 

The Dunes

When: September 22nd 8pm

Where: Admirals at the Ritz Carlton

The Deets:

The Dunes are four Canadians who came together to play great music, ranging from 50’s classics to present day jams.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/535765203295170/

Art, Exhibits and Workshops

Pencil Portrait Drawing workshop

When: Sept 25, 26, 27 at 5:00 pm

Where: Katara art studio B19

Cost: 200 QAR

The Deets:

The workshop is designed for males and females starting from 15 years old

The workshop will be presented in English.

Contact: to buy tickets click here

Papier Mache Workshop

When:Sept 23, 24, and 30 4 pm to 8pm

Where:Karara art studio B19

Cost: 50 QR per session

The Deets:

“Papier Mache” Workshop in #Katara Art Studios, Building 19

Contact: For registration: http://ow.ly/IN8O303zGxe

North by Northwest (film) sponsored by Doha Film Institue

When:23 September  4:30 pm

Where: Katara Building No 16

Cost: 35 QR per person

The Deets:

Classic Hitchcock suspense film featuring Cary Grant.

To follow up his dark and brooding ‘Vertigo’ (1958), Alfred Hitchcock delivered the rather more lighthearted ‘North by Northwest’, a romantic thriller centred on a case of mistaken identity. The film provides plenty of room for Cary Grant to showcase his particular brand of comic debonair as he suavely sidesteps one life-threatening situation after the next, all the while smitten by a smouldering Eva Marie Saint.

Website: http://www.dohafilminstitute.com/films/north-by-northwest

 

 Nosferatu, A Symphony of Horror

When:Sept 22 7:30 pm

Where:Katara Opera House

Cost: 75- 200QR

The Deets:

Stefanos Tsialis, conductor
Hans ErdmannFW Murnau’s 1922 Film With Orchestra
This concert is part of the Symphony of Films series, in Partnership with Doha Film Institute and the British Council. Children 6 years of age and older may attend any concert with ticket purchase. Family concerts accept all ages. Audience members with inappropriately informal attire including shorts or beach wear will not be seated. Seating begins 20 minutes before performances. Latecomers cannot be seated during the concert. The Philharmonic retains the right to expel anyone disturbing other concert goers.

Website: http://www.dohafilminstitute.com/events/dfi-cinema

FOOD

Al Banuche has an Arabic, Indian food twist with burrito style omelets for QR3!!!

Al Banuche Cafeteria is open daily from 5:30am to 1:00am and can be reached at 4462 2026. It’s cash only and located just off Old Airport Road opposite the Dodge showroom in Al Hilal.

MRA Restaurant and Bakery

Indian

  • Markhiya branch (Sunday-Wednesday from noon to 3:30pm): QR29/person for an array of mouth-watering curries and sides, salads and desserts.
  • Salwa branch: A smaller buffet available on weekdays for QR15; and
  • Old Alghanim branch: A small buffet for QR20

The restaurant is open daily from 6am to 11:30am for breakfast; 11:30am to 3:30pm for lunch and 3:30pm to 2am for dinner. It’s closed Fridays from 11:30am to 12:30pm for prayer. The Markhiya branch can be reached at 4442-2074

Amjad Thai Snack

Thai

Pad Thai  for QR20, includes a generous serving of Thai noodles, grilled chicken or beef and peanut crumbs, topped with green onions.
There are vegetarian options, such as the red curry with vegetables for QR25 (or with beef/chicken for the same price).
Thai Snack’s stir-fried beef with broccoli at QR25 or the chicken cashew nut at QR25.

Thai Snack is located on Al Mirqab Al Jadeed St. and open daily from 10am to 2:30pm and 5pm to 10:30pm except for Fridays, when it’s open from noon to 2:30pm and 5pm to 10:30pm. Thai Snack can be reached at 4432-9704 and credit cards are accepted.

Tofu House

Korean restaurant

Ramen goodness for only QR15.

The gimbap, a Korean-style sushi, for QR15.

sweet and crispy chicken or the garlic chicken, each QR35

Korean dumplings are QR15 and seem to be a hit with kids.

Tofu House is located on Al Jazeera St. in Bin Mahmoud and is open daily from 11am to 10pm.

Takeaway is available and the restaurant can be reached at 4435-9678.

Max’s

Filipino fried chicken!

breakfast chicken tocino, which consists of chunks of grilled chicken and garlic rice plus two fried eggs and a cup of coffee, all for QR25.

Max’s spring-fried chicken, for QR24 includes a smattering of sweet potato fries.

The spicy chicken fried rice comes in a huge serving for QR21.
Chicken patty burgers with cheese and chips QR25
caramel bars. Made with sweetened condensed milk at Max’s, you can buy a huge boxed caramel bar for QR23.

Max’s is located on Al Difaaf St. in Al Sadd (4444-6297) and in Al Muntazah on B-Ring Road next to The New House Complex (4412-6297). The restaurant is open from 10am to 11pm daily except Fridays, when it’s open from 8am to 11:30am and 1pm to midnight.

http://dohanews.co/ten-places-to-eat-in-qatar-for-qr25-or-less/

Events

Weekly Dance Classes
When: Every Monday Starting September 19th

Where:Doha Rugby Club, Al Waab
Cost: prices and times vary

Solo /Style line instruction
Age: Under 10s   Price:QAR  40   Time: 3pm to 4pm
Age: Teens          Price QAR 40    Time  5pm to 6pm
Age: Adults         Price QAR 50    Time    7pm to 8pm
Age: Adults                 Price QAR 50     Time 8pm to 9pm

(couples )

The Deets:

New weekly dance classes for adults & children at Doha Rugby Club styles include ballroom latin country funk American smooth stage/jazz disco  Instructed by  Yvonne Dunn of Doha Dance. She is a world renowned dance instructor who also is the head coach of Team GB for World Dance Sport Country Games.

Website: Dance Doha

Contact: Tel: 30809098   Email: ydunn14@gmail.com

Best International Standup Comedy

When:September 19th and 20th  8pm to 10 pm

Where:Grand Hyatt Doha

Cost: 140 QR

TheDeets:

http://thelaughterfactory.com/buynow/best-international-stand-comedy-grand-hyatt-doha-sept-19/

Website: http://thelaughterfactory.com/

 

Meet Top Business Schools – QS World MBA Tour Doha

When: Sept 24 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Where:Radisson blu

Cost:Free

The Deets : The QS World MBA Tour is designed to be a comprehensive day that can give you the competitive advantage to make your application a success.

Discover your perfect MBA program by speaking with admissions representatives from top international business schools, attend interactive info-sessions, learn how to ace the GMAT at our preparation workshop, network with Alumni from Top Business Schools and much more..

Arrive early to get complimentary copy of the QS Top MBA Career Guide – the world’s largest read Bi-Annual MBA Publication. (The first 100 attendees on the day)

Contact: Register in advance to reserve your place at http://bit.ly/2angQT6

 

Got KIDS

Qsports Academy programs

When:September 18th 3pm to 7:30 pm

Where:Unit # 201, Building # 332  Street #61 & Quis Bin Abdullah Street

Near Aziz Petrol Station Salwa Road

Cost:prices vary based on program

The Deets:

Registration is now open for the 4th edition of QSports Academy programs. Kid(s) ages 3-18 to learn their favorite sport in a structured format. With training provided by professional coaches, the QSports academies are currently offering 9 disciplines including Football, Basketball, Swimming, Cricket, Gymnastics, Kickboxing/Thai-boxing, Mix Martial Arts, and more. Each academy runs for 8-10 weeks (2 session per week). QSports academies are conducted mostly after school from 3:00 PM – 7:30 PM with some classes conducted on weekends as well. Adults can also join in our adult swimming, Lacrosse or basketball program. The very small kids from ages 2-5 can learn valuable skills in the Toddler sports program. More details on the website.

Website: http://qsportsacademy.com/

Contact: 4017-6791/3308-7381

 
Kids Safety
By: Venture Gulf Training Centre

When:SAT, SEP 24 AT 9:00 AM

Where: Chamber of Commerce and Industry غرفة تجارة و صناعة قطر – P.O.Box No.402, Ad Dawhah, Doha

The Deets:

Teaching Personal Safety Skills to Children and Youth
Children face challenging situations every day at home, at school, online, and in their communities. Sometimes, adults are aware of these issues. Often, they are not.  VGTC teaches children positive, practical, and effective ways to think, move, and speak to stay safe in challenging personal safety situations. Working with children and trying to see the world through their eyes informs everything we do.

Safety Skills for Kids
These are social skills people of all ages use to build safe, positive experiences with people everywhere they go. Safety skills for kids include:
How to be and act aware, calm, and confident
How to take charge
How to get help
How to set clear and appropriate boundaries
How to stop unwanted teasing
How to protect themselves from name-calling and hurtful words

Contact: Register here.

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