Things To Do In Doha: October 8 - October 15

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Sad that the weekend is over? ILQ can get you a quick fix for that! From art and photography exhibitions to sport competitions, cultural festivals to bollywood performances, we’ve got you covered! Our events list will be out every Sunday. Keep following ILQ for more event updates and information! For more information visit 

October 8 Sunday — October 15 Sunday

Skate Girls of Kabul Exhibition — Everyday till October 21

ICYMI: Check out the super compelling photo exhibition by Jessica Fulford-Dobson, the Skate Girls of Kabul. This exhibition tells the extraordinary story of Afghan girls who took up skateboarding, thanks to an Afghan charity that provides skate parks as a hook to get children from disadvantaged families back into the educational system.

Ticket purchase: No tickets needed

Price: It’s free!

Venue: Katara Cultural Village
Time: Saturday - Thursday: 8:00pm to 12:00 am, Friday - closed

SeeMyDoha Mobile Photography Exhibition — Sunday, Oct. 8 - Wednesday, Oct. 18

The third and final installment of the SeeMyDoha Mobile Photography exhibition will be held from 8th till the 18th of October 2017.

Bring your family and friends along to see all the monthly finalist's pictures and get to know the creative photographers, jury, and the awesome SeeMyDoha team.

The opening night reception starts at 6:30 pm on Sunday, October 8 at Art 29, W Doha Hotel & Residences and is open to the public.

Follow @seemydoha on Instagram for more of the amazing pictures.

Ticket purchase: No tickets needed

Price: It’s free!

Venue: Art 29, W Doha Hotel & Residences
Time: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm

For more information visit:
Contact: (+974) 8000100 or email

Katara’s Cultural Diversity Festival — Sunday, Oct. 8 - Saturday, Nov. 11

Get your culture on at Katara Cultural Village’s ‘Cultural Diversity Festival’! 

The festival will witness the participation of folkloric groups from more than twenty different countries. The opening of the festival will commence with a performance by a spectacular Qatari folkloric group at Katara's Amphitheater.

The festival will also feature a wide array of cultural performances reflecting authentic cultural identity representing more than 20 countries. As for this edition, new countries shall participate, such as; Qatar, Palestine, Lebanon, Algeria, Ethiopia, Togo, South Africa, China, South Korea, Pakistan, Iran, Chechnya, Turkey, Hungary, Germany, Slovakia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, United Kingdom, Mexico, and Brazil.

Ticket purchase: No tickets needed

Price: It’s free!
Venue: Katara Cultural Village Amphitheater
Time: 7:30 pm

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