Tribfest, movie under the stars, Hawaiian barbecue and more
Time Out Bahrain staff
TribFest reloaded Fri 9 TribFest is back at the Bahrain Rugby Football Club. There’s a main event stage with tribute artists from the UK, as well as ‘The I Love Local Stage’ hosting Bahrain-based talent, and finally the after party stage with four tribute acts. Tickets cost BD15 (adults) or BD7 (children) and the event runs from 10am to 10pm. It’s BD5 (18 and over) for the after party. Visit www.tribfestbh.com.
See ‘Summertime’ under the stars
Sun 11 Enjoy a ‘60s film screening in the white tent at La Fontaine Centre for Contemporary Art from 8pm, as Katharine Hepburn steals the limelight in Venice. The story tells of Jane Hudson, a secretary from Ohio, who embarks on a trip of a lifetime to the ‘city of romance’. It’s BD10, and you can use this credit in the restaurant. Call 1723 0123.
Hawaiian barbecue and hula
Sun 11-Sat 17 A quintet of French Polynesian hula dancers are set to dazzle diners on the Trader Vic’s outdoor terrace every evening from 8pm. All week enjoy the performances alongside a three-course set Hawaiian barbecue menu for BD14.5++. Bookings are required. Call 1758 6555.
Spanish gastronomic week Mon 12-Mon 19 La Vinoteca Barcelona is celebrating its first anniversary with a gastronomy week. Experience special Spanish dishes while enjoying the entertainment by flamenco dancers. Prices depend on your selection and the restaurant is celebrating from noon to 2am each day. Call 1700 7808.
A culinary journey Until Nov 1 Until October 11, celebrated Chef Sam Leong is featuring an exciting selection of Singaporean cuisine at La Mosaique restaurant. Then, Japanese Chef Takagi Kazuo is bringing his special dishes to Waves from the 12th until 25th. Finally, tasty pastries from Chef Dean Brettschneider are featured in Capuccinos Café from the 26th until November 1. Call 1753 1122 (Crowne Plaza).