5 things to do in Bahrain this week
Michelin-starred cookery classes and Jewellery Arabia from October 15 to 21 Discuss this article
Michelin-starred cookery classes
Chef Phillpe Bardau from Orléans brings his take on southern French cooking to the Mövenpick for one week only and he’ll be holding a series of cookery classes giving participants the chance to find out what goes into Michelin star-winning cuisine.
Oct 15-16, Silks, Mövenpick Hotel, Call (17 460 000/ 36 333 038)
Gold, jewels and bargains galore at the region’s biggest jewellery fair with exhibitors coming from dozens of different country offering everything from the highest quality gems to cut-price gold. The ideal place to pick up a few early Christmas gifts.
Oct 16-20, Bahrain International Exhibition Centre, www.jewelleryarabia.com
It’s a Small World
This promises to be a great fun night of international food and drinks with a proper, full-on costume parade choreographed by Adriana Skaloud. It’s being organised by the American Mission Hospital to support its fund providing free breast cancer screening in the kingdom. Tickets are BD15 inclusive of food and drinks and the dress code’s smart casual or, not surprisingly, national dress.
Thu, Oct 18, 6.30pm, Diplomat Radisson Blu Hotel, Call (17 253 447/17 248136/39 945 208)
Talk it over
The centre has launched a series of weekly debates to get people used to public speaking. This week’s topic is ‘is genetic engineering ethical?’ and takes place at the centre from 5.30pm. The debates are aimed at young and not so young adults.
Thu, Oct 20, Bahrain Science Centre, Isa Town, Call (36 001 399/34 360 631)
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