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Posted On: 19 December 2017 03:12 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:18 pm

Things To Do In Doha: December 19 - December 24

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Sad that the long weekend is over? There’s so much happening in Doha for the rest of the week to get you over that! From car stunt shows to international and local art exhibitions, and more, 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

Tuesday December 19 — Sunday December 24

Car Stunt Show — Tuesday, Dec. 19 - Saturday, Jan. 6

Get ready to experience Qatar’s first ever fast - moving, action-packed car, bike, and quad LIVE stunt show only at the Drive-In Doha. With two live shows per day and 10 performers from Europe's best theme parks, the show is perfect for extreme torque lovers.

Ticket purchase: At the door/online ( - use promo code DIDSTUNTSHOW to get 25% off)
Price: QR 100 per person (Children under 5 enter free!)
Venue: Aspire Zone, Old Driving School Park
Time: 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm, 7:30 pm
Visit the website for more information:

German Encounters: Contemporary Masterpieces from the Deutsche Bank Collection — Tuesday, Dec. 19 - Saturday, Jan. 20

Are you a lover of art and museums? Then check out German Encounters! This exhibition showcases a selection of artworks from the Deutsche Bank Collection – one of the world's most important corporate collections of contemporary art. It includes more than 100 exemplary works on paper including photographs and paintings by 27 artists, which provides an informative overview of the development of German art. The exhibition is part of Qatar Germany 2017 Year of Culture.

Ticket purchase: No tickets needed
Price: It’s free!
Venue: Fire Station: Garage Gallery
Time: Sat - Thu 9:00 am – 7:00 pm | Friday 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Website for more info:

Training at Losail International Circuit — Wednesday, Dec. 20

Come and enjoy the free cycling, running and walking facilities at Losail International Circuit every Wednesday!

Car Park Area: Inside the Circuit next to the Paddock Restaurant Parking Registration: Inside the Circuit in the Pit Garage 2


Cyclists must use the track in an anti-clockwise direction, cycling on the inside of the track, overtaking to the left.

Runners and walkers can use the track in a clockwise direction on the outer track, between the blue line and fence. Crossing of the track is not permitted without the safety marshal's permission.

All cyclists (including small children) must wear a helmet and closed-toe shoes when using the track. A small rental fee will be charged for bicycles: QR 35 for 1st hour, QR 40 for 2nd hour.

2017 Training Days (Wednesdays)

20th December 27th December

Anyone under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

Ticket purchase: No tickets needed
Price: It’s free!
Venue: Losail International Circuit, Doha
Time: 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Visit their website for more details:

Driven by German Design — Tuesday, Dec. 19 - Sunday, Jan. 14

The Qatar Germany 2017 Year of Culture is organized by Qatar Museums, the German Embassy in Doha, and the Goethe-Institut Gulf Region. Driven by German Design is currently ongoing at the Al Riwaq Gallery – a vast exhibition space in the heart of Qatar’s museum district. It’s a must-see exhibition!

Ticket purchase: At the door
Price: It’s free!
Venue: Qatar Museums, Al Riwaq
Time: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Visit their website for more details:
Phone: (+974) 4452 5555

Art 29 presents Exploring Expression | Fahad Al Obaidly — Tuesday, Dec. 19 - Tuesday, Jan. 16

The art scene in Qatar is thriving! Fahad Al Obaidly recently opened a new exhibition at the W Doha Hotel! Searching for an escape from the artificial and conventional, Fahad uses color and exaggerated figures to express the perception of his reality. Fahad's artwork moved him away from his constraints to a world free from boundaries and full of infinite belonging.

Ticket purchase: No tickets needed
Price: It’s free!
Venue: W Doha Hotel & Residences
Time: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Website for more details:

Which events will you be attending this week? Comment below!