Sunset tunes, cheese and grape fare, back to school disco and more
Time Out Bahrain staff
Mouse Trap ‘Cheese and grape fare’ Thu 27 Tuck into an international cheese selection while also enjoying the nuances of four different grape blends, presented by the guest sommelier at Mezzanine Lounge in The Westin Bahrain City Centre. It’s BD12++ per person and runs from 6pm to 8pm. Live music also accompanies your evening. Call 1717 1000.
Banana split lovin’ Tue 25 The team at T|Spoon in The Westin Bahrain City Centre are gearing up to mark America’s unofficial national day for the banana split dessert. This delicious dessert was, oddly enough, discovered by a 23-year-old pharmacist in Pennsylvania in 1904 and has since taken the world by storm. Try classic and crazy creations from a special menu from 3pm to 9pm. Call 1717 1000.
Go back to school Mon 24 You’re never too old to go back to school says the Harvesters Bar & Terrace team in Crowne Plaza Bahrain. Revisit your youth by throwing on the shirts, skirts and long white socks while reminiscing about the ‘good old days’at this party, which starts at 9pm. Entry is free and ladies get free beverages from 9pm to 1am. Call 1753 1122.
Moonlight Gig Thu 27 Come and enjoy the French Electronica in Bahrain at Novotel Al Dana Resort in Bellevue bar where DJ M.Mo is blasting beats for four hours, from 9pm to 1am. Free Entrance for all. The gig has been organised by the French Embassy and Alliance Francaise. Call 1768 3295.
Japanese street dance showcase Fri 28 and Sat 29 Eight-member Japanese street dance troupe Wrecking Crew Orchestra is in town for the Bahrain Summer Festival, performing their latest show ‘Beat Bumper’. This Osaka-based crew is best known for dancing in the dark with illuminated costumes and this show is bound to bend your mind.