Jazz, Dire Straits tribute, beverage tour, Japanese music and more
Time Out Bahrain staff
Orchestral sounds Missa Johnouchi, the Japanese singer, composer and pianist, is joined on stage tonight by the Bahrain Music Band, a local ensemble, at the Bahrain National Theatre. From BD20. Tuesday January 19. 7pm. Bahrain National Theatre, Al Fateh Corniche, www.culture.gov.bh.
Liquid and golf Take a liquid tour of the world and play nine holes of golf while you’re at it at the World Beverage Tour. Get stuck in with the two-player ‘better ball’ competition on the par three Mini Monty golf course while enjoying a beverage station at every hole. BD16 (non-members). Thursday January 21. 6.30pm. Royal Golf Club, Riffa Views (17 750 777).
Money for nothing live The honorary Sultans of Swing themselves, Money for Nothing, AKA the world’s best Dire Straits tribute act, are performing at Sherlock Holmes tonight. Make sure you get down there with your Brothers in Arms to experience a Tunnel of Love. (We think we got more than enough punny song references in there, don’t you?). BD5 (advance), BD7 (on the door). 9pm. Gulf Hotel Bahrain, Adliya (17 713 000).
Jazz and art The ever creative La Fontaine team are playing host to a new exhibition by KKF’s Fountain of Youth. It focuses on the mythological story of Gilgamesh. On opening night, also prepare yourself for a dinner and outdoor music performance by the Texan duo Hans and Rachael Stockenberger, with pianist Khalid Shamlan, who merge their love of jazz and classical music. BD30. Thursday January 21. 6pm. La Fontaine Centre of Contemporary Art & Spa, Hoora (17 230 123).