King Salman of Saudi Arabia's Visiting Celebration at Corniche

Tomorrow the corniche will be closed from 12pm - 2pm for celebrations and festivities! It's on honour of King Salman, the King of Saudi Arabia visiting. 

Minstrels, musicians, and mimes – oh my!

Winter Musical Roaming Parade draws festive crowds at The Pearl-Qatar

Things To Do in Doha This Week: December 4 - December 11

Check out ILQ's event listings for this week! We guarantee they'll be worth your while! Read on to find out more!

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Bryan Adams Live in Qatar

11th Heya Arabian Fashion Exhibition Opens Today Inviting Families to a Host of New Visitor Experiences

This dynamic free-to-attend 5-day event in the heart of Doha’s West Bay brings a series of new experiences designed to educate, inspire and celebrate the growing global billion-dollar modest fashion industry.

DFI Cinema to screen Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s ‘Gabbeh’ as part of MIA series on April 27 & 28


Screening complements Museum of Islamic Art’s ongoing exhibition

‘Imperial Threads: Motifs and Artisans from Turkey, Iran and India’

KidzMondo Doha Celebrates World Autism Awareness Month

KidzMondo Doha in collaboration with Renad Academy (RA), a Qatar Foundation (QF) school, recently celebrated World Autism Awareness Month by hosting children from 11 different schools around Qatar to the fun-filled City.

MIA Student Ambassador Initiative Draws Out Incredible Talent

The Museum of Islamic Art’s (MIA) Ambassador Programme came to a stunning conclusion this week.

Aspire 1st International Kite Festival colours Qatar's skies

The Aspire 1st International Kite Festival kicked off today as large crowds gathered to participate in the first day of this unique event.


Shams Generation solar artwork shines in Fire Station museum gallery

Celebrating the third edition of its popular educational initiative, Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec), a member of Qatar Foundation, held the inauguration ceremony of the Shams Generation 3 exhibition at the Fire Station on 24 April 2017. Over 400 pieces of solar artwork are on display from 24 April to May 1,