Things to do this weekend

 25 Feb 2016 - 12:17

Things to do this weekend
A still from the movie Theeb. Source: Doha Film Institute 

We have drawn a list of events happening this weekend, with few interesting ones that are scheduled to happen during the week as well. 

Doha Film Institute will screen a feature movie about the beauty of Arabian deserts and the forgotten way of life. The academy nominated movie set in 1916 is directed by Naji Abu Nowar. A young boy Theeb and his elder brother Hussein set on a journey to guide a British officer to a secret destination from their Bedouin encampment, which eventually becomes a far more significant voyage.  
When: February 26; 6pm to 8pm 
Where: Museum of Islamic Art Auditorium 
Ticket: Click here
Losail Motocross 

The opening round of the 2016 FIM Motocross World Championship will take place at the Losail Motocross Track. 
When: February 26 and 27; 4pm-10pm 
Where: Losail Motocross Track 
Ticket: Free at the grandstand; Paddock Ticket (100QR) For details, click here

 Agnieszka Radwanska 

Qatar Total Open 
World's best tennis players are in Doha for the Qatar Total Open that will be on till february 27 at the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex in West Bay. 
When: On till February 27
Where: Khalifa International Tennis Complex
Ticket and details: Click here 

Al Ahli club in Jordan  

As part of the cultural diversity festival in Katara, Al Ahli club in Jordan will be organising two day event on February 29. 
When: February 29 and March 1; 7:30pm to 9pm
Where: Beach 21, Katara 

Symbols of Latin America and the Caribbean  

Katara Art Studio will host documentary photographs representing 11 Latin American countries in five categories namely the country capital, national animal, national plant or flower, national dish and the historical monument. 
When: March 2 (7pm to 10pm) and March 3 to March 15 (10 am to 10pm)
Where: Katara Art Studio B19 

Mail us at [email protected] to send in your weekend events and we will ensure that it is listed in here for our readers.  

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