Farmers' market, Man Utd. soccer school and more Bahrain fun
Time Out Bahrain staff
Open DJ night How many times have you listened to the DJ in a bar or club and thought ‘I could do better than that’? Well now’s your chance to prove it as Block 338 gives newcomers (and not so new) a chance to hit the decks and be heard every Thursday from 11pm. You do need to register first though. Thu, May 9, and every Thursday, Block 338, Adliya. (33 304 030)
Has your kid’s school signed up for the Manchester United Soccer School which is giving a bunch of young football players the chance for a trip of a lifetime to train with Utd. Registration is at Bahrain City Centre. Until May 11
Fancy a curry?
Sample some top-of-the-range Indian cuisine alongside entertainment from the sub-continent as the Sofitel flies in chefs from its sister property in Mumbai for a week-long Indian festival. May 11-17, 7.30-10.30pm Sofitel Bahrain Zallaq. (17 636 363)
Buy really local Pick up some fresh fruit and vegetables at the Bahrain Farmers’ Market. Head along the Budaiya Highway and it’s near the Budaiya Garden and the police station. Saturdays until June, 8am-noon, Budaiya
Write on This month’s meeting of the Bahrain Writers’ Circle features Mike Bruton talking to members about science writing but you don’t have to be a member to show up and see what it’s all about. Sun, May 12, 7.30pm, Café Ceramique, A’ali Mall. Call (39 574 795)