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Posted On: 17 November 2022 02:00 pm
Updated On: 23 November 2022 04:51 pm

UK Festival 2022

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Uk festival 2022

Event Details:

Location: Katara Cultural Village and Museum of Islamic Art
Date: 23 November 2022 - 29 November 2022
Time: 12:00 pm - 08:30 pm
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British Council Qatar and the British Embassy, in partnership with Katara Cultural Village Foundation, is pleased to announce the final programme of the 7th UK Festival, which will explore the theme of Sport for Good and the strong and ongoing relationship between the UK and Qatar through a range of cultural events and activities.

The 2022 UK Festival will run from 23 - 29 November, most of the activities will take place in the Katara Cultural Village Foundation and some activities will also take place in the Museum of Islamic Park.

Date and Timings:

  • November 23 -29, 2022

Location: Katara Cultural Village and Museum of Islamic Art.

The festival programme was officially announced by HMA Jonathan Wilks of the British Embassy Qatar, H.E. Dr Khalid bin Ibrahim Al Sulaiti, General Manager of Katara Cultural Village Foundation, and British Council Qatar Country Director, Dr Waseem Kotoub.

This year’s theme Sport for Good will encourage and promote social inclusion of all - and especially of diverse communities - through sport and arts. The programme engages youth, the British communities, and schools in Qatar and will explore UK culture and values around diversity. The UK Festival also aims to strengthen Qatari awareness of UK expertise in key sectors connected to Qatar’s national vision and development priorities.

The UK Festival will run alongside the International Football Tournament and some of the activities will directly link to and engage with the tournament.

This year’s exciting programme includes:

Location: Museum of Islamic Art Park

Location: Katara Cultural Village

Location: Museum of Islamic Art Park

UK Festival 2022
Image credit: British Council Qatar

Source and image credit: British Council Qatar