Things to do: Nov 22-30

Beach football, Thanksgiving, HedKandi, Bahrain Marathon Relay and more

Things to do: Nov 22-30

Beach football tournament
Compete against your peers in The Ritz-Carlton’s beach football tournament from 5pm-8pm. It’s an open tournament of 16 teams of five members, divided into four groups. It costs BD35 for non-members to join in.
Fri 27 and Sat 28. Call 1758 6612.

Thanksgiving at The Westin
A sumptuous Thanksgiving dinner buffet is on offer at all-day dining spot Saveur, based in The Westin Bahrain City Centre. It costs BD20 with soft drinks or BD25 with free-flowing beverages, from 7pm to 11pm. The hotel also has gourmet turkey available for takeout from T Spoon for BD75 (serves eight). Just place your order between November 15 and 24.
Thu 26. Call 1717 1000.

One of the world’s most popular party nights is in town tonight at Meisei. Enjoy the tunes and vibes from DJ Eibhlin, alongside unique beverage creations and tasty food. It’s BD15 for gents and free for ladies, from 7pm to 2am. The performance begins at 10pm.
Fri 27. Call 1700 7770.

DJ Pantelis
This veteran Greek DJ is back by popular demand in Bushido Lounge, supported by resident DJ Albert-L. The artist’s remixes boast Ibiza and Latino themes. Tickets cost BD10 for gents and it’s free entry for ladies, from 10pm until late. Read our interview with the DJ here.
Fri 27. Call 1758 3555.

Bahrain Marathon Relay 2015
Yet another running event takes place before the end of the year at Bahrain International Circuit. This annual marathon relay is limited to 180 teams and costs BD185 per entry if you pay before November 14 or BD215 thereafter. Enter soon to secure your place (closing date is November 25).
Fri 27. Visit

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