Outdoor Sports & Safari Expo

Post by Mark

If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, I just passed by the Outdoor Sports & Safari Expo and thought it was great. It was super packed but there was so much to see. If you’re into cars, RV’s, guns, camping, bikes, boats, fishing, and other manly things, you’re gonna love it. For more info, click [Here]


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The IMPROVengers are Back!

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The Staged in Kuwait IMPROV comedy night is back again and will take place at the end of this month. They’re my favorite local comedy show and if you’ve never been to any of their shows you definitely should. I actually wasn’t going to post about the show until next week, but I just noticed most of the tickets are already sold. So if yo want to check them out, you should probably hurry up and get your tickets today. For more information, click [Here]


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Events are Back!

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As you probably noticed I haven’t been posting the weekend events list for the past couple of months and thats because everything stops during the summer. But, now that the weather is starting to cool down, things are starting to happen again.

I just added a bunch of events to the event page and will keep adding more as I find out about them so check them out. [Link]


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iLuminate presents: Artist of Light

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If you’re looking for something to do this Eid, iLuminate are going to be in Kuwait to perform at JACC from August 22nd to the 25th. Tickets are reasonably priced starting from KD15 a person so it should be pretty accessible to a lot of people.

For more info, click [Here]


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Things to do in Kuwait this Weekend

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Loads of things to do this weekend so check out the full list below. As usual, if I’ve forgotten to add anything, let me know in the comments.

Thursday
President’s Medals Awards Exhibition
Exhibition: Connections
Exhibition: Handala
Exhibition: The Forty Maqamat of Love
Exhibition: Hanadi Hammoud
Twilling Tweeds and Sadu Heritage: Textiles in Dialogue
Ramadan and Eid Exhibition
Concrete Jungle
Jazz at Home Cabaret Night

Friday
Concrete Jungle
Ramadan and Eid Exhibition
Exhibition: Hanadi Hammoud
Good Game: Magic – The Gathering
Extreme Challenge
Forward: Poetry Music Art Food

Saturday
Concrete Jungle
Ramadan and Eid Exhibition
Exhibition: Hanadi Hammoud
EAU Pop-Up
Chess, Backgammon and Scrabble
Ultimate Frisbee

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For a full list of upcoming events click [Here]

Sometimes events get canceled or have details changed so always double check with the organizers.


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Things to do in Kuwait this Weekend

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Below is this weekends list of events. As usual, if I’ve forgotten to add anything, let me know in the comments.

Thursday
Exhibition: Form – Perspectives in Kuwaiti Art
Exhibition: Connections
Exhibition: Handala
President’s Medals Awards Exhibition
Exhibition: The Forty Maqamat of Love
Twilling Tweeds and Sadu Heritage: Textiles in Dialogue
Burnout Hunger 2018
Al Hamra Orphan Kids Exhibition

Friday
Burnout Hunger 2018
Al Hamra Orphan Kids Exhibition
Music Gala
Coffee Night Out

Saturday
Burnout Hunger 2018
Al Hamra Orphan Kids Exhibition
Exhibition: Hanadi Hammoud
Mindfulness Session at the Park
Underground in Ramadan
Women’s Circle

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For a full list of upcoming events click [Here]

Sometimes events get canceled or have details changed so always double check with the organizers.


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Things to do in Kuwait this Weekend

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Below is this weekends list of events. As usual, if I’ve forgotten to add anything, let me know in the comments.

Thursday
Nothing to Write Home About
Music Festival 2018

Friday
Nothing to Write Home About
Kuwait Yoga Meet 2018
Friday Run
Practice Of Silence

Saturday
Nothing to Write Home About
Guided Tour: Grand Mosque
Kuwait Music Academy Annual Concert
Sunset Yoga with Honey

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For a full list of upcoming events click [Here]

Sometimes events get canceled or have details changed so always double check with the organizers.


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An Intervention

Post by Mark

Art exhibits in Kuwait are common, they usually take place at a gallery, the work goes up for some time and then it’s done. So when I found about the exhibit “Nothing to Write Home About” I was intrigued. Firstly they didn’t call it an exhibit, instead, they called it an intervention.

“Nothing to Write Home About” treats art as a consumerist activity. They intervened into the KIPCO mall space with a collection of works from a private collection that were previously stored in Kuwait. The works are visible from the storefront… but you can’t enter the store. This is to force you to think about other things related to the work, and not the work itself. There is a booklet for this intervention with notes, but even the notes aren’t about the works, but about the subjects the works bring up.

It’s a visually interesting display so if you’re interested in dropping by, check out the event page for more info [Here]


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PantryBee: Getting in the Ramadan Spirit with some Cooking

Post by Hind

We do cooking classes and collaborations once in a while at PantryBee because well, they’re fun. It’s a nice way for us to learn from local chefs as well as being a great way to interact with our customers.

With Ramadan coming up we thought it would be fun to put together a Middle East inspired cooking class. So, we teamed up with Ayyame’s head Chef Ali Mahmoud Bitar at their newest AlShaheed Park II location to create a “Flavors of the Middle East” cooking class and dinner.

It’s a 2.5 hour event where you learn how to make green dough for their traditional fried bread, fattet badinjan, borek, lamb chops and more. Class ends with you enjoying your creations at a sit-down dinner accompanied by some of our favorite Ayyame sides and desserts.

If you’re interested in taking part, the event is this coming Tuesday at 6:30PM. For more details and to register, click [Here]

We’ve got limited seats for the event but for those that cant make it, here’s a fun little recipe to try out for yourselves at home that makes for a good appetizer all Ramadan long!

Fattet Hummus
2 chickpea cans- drained
3 Pita breads- cut into small rectangles
Olive oil
1/2 cup Pine nuts
1 cup yogurt
Fresh mint – small bunch
Pinch of Paprika
2 Garlic cloves – minced
3 Tbsp unsalted butter – melted
Pinch sumac

Heat oven to 400°. Toss pita rectangles with olive oil, salt and pepper to taste then lay on a baking sheet evenly and bake till golden around 10 mins. Toss with chickpeas and place in final serving dish. Heat 1 tsp olive oil in a pan on medium-high and brown pine nuts 3-4 mins. Stir yogurt, mint, paprika, garlic, salt, and pepper in a bowl; drizzle over pita mixture. Top with pine nuts and drizzle with butter and finish with sumac.

Post by Hind
CoFounder of PantryBee where home cooking is made easy.


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Things to do in Kuwait this Weekend

Post by Mark

Below is this weekends list of events. As usual, if I’ve forgotten to add anything, let me know in the comments.

Thursday
Russian Film Week in Kuwait
ABBA Sing-Along Concert
Raclette & 3 Short Films
Movie Night: The Ballad of Narayama
FUSE X MOO MILKBAR Pop-Up
Piano Recital: Maria Angela Capello

Friday
Russian Film Week in Kuwait
ABBA Sing-Along Concert
Q8 Run Club Scavenger Hunt

Saturday
Musical: On Broadway
Scottish Dance
The Liverary Sessions

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For a full list of upcoming events click [Here]

Sometimes events get canceled or have details changed so always double check with the organizers.


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