Summer Festival kicks off at Bahrain National Museum | THE DAILY TRIBUNE

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The National Museum of Bahrain attended the launch of the 14th edition of the Bahrain Summer Festival yesterday. S haikh M ai Bint Mohammed Al-Khalifa, Chairman of the Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities, senior diplomats and representatives of the Heritage Authority of the Saudi Ministry of Culture, and guests were present . The festival, at the Bahrain National Museum, Art Center and Cultural Hall, will continue until the end of this month.


“Activities are resuming in Bahrain despite the challenges, and this festival would serve as a platform to spread joy and bring all of Bahrain together under one goal, which is culture,” Shaikha Mai said. Yesterday the audience was treated to a performance by the creative Bahraini trio Mohammed Al-Najjar, Haya Al-Hamad and Lian Al-Hamad, who played pieces of international music on their pianos. Today, “Brainiac Remixed”, a world famous and most outrageous live science spectacle, takes the stage at the Cultural Hall today.


The shows continue for three successive days, July 13 and 14 at 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. In addition, the Heritage Commission of the Saudi Ministry of Culture will present a number of workshops at the Arts Center to showcase the famous handicrafts in Saudi Arabia.


He will showcase other activities, such as the Little Explorer Initiative, which aims to raise awareness of, protect and celebrate the importance of antiquities, and the Noqush Project to revive Saudi national heritage represented by rock art and inscriptions.


The festival will continue until July 31, 2022, daily from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Programs include a series of workshops and activities ranging from performances to live arts and entertainment acts in the Cultural Hall, in addition to a variety of mobile restaurants, the Nakhool Star competition and many more.

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