Things to do in Doha: Oct 17-23

Marvel at Mozart, outdoor expo, para-athletics and more Discuss this article

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October 17

Marvel at Mozart
The Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra is giving us a cultured evening, performing Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony, as well as his Concerto No. 4 in E Flat. It is bound to be an enjoyable evening’s entertainment, starting from 7.30pm.
From QR100. For tickets, visit www.qatarphilharmonicorchestra.org. QNCC Auditorium 3, Qatar National Convention Centre, Education City (4470 7000).

October 21-23

Go to an outdoor expo
The first ever consumer sports, equipment, hunting and camping exhibition is coming to the city. Qatar as a country has plenty on offer in terms of outdoor sports and activities, so this exhibition will come in handy to help you get more out of the great outdoors. Learn about kite boarding, dune bashing, jet skiing, fishing and more, and talk to sellers and professionals in the field.
Qatar National Convention Centre, Education City. Call (5551 7971).

October 22-31

Be inspired by para-athletes
The world’s best para-athletes are coming to Doha to compete in the IPC World Championships. Competitors such as sprinter Jonnie Peacock, wheelchair sprinter Hannah Cockroft and a plethora of other para-athletes across the globe will be here. There will also be Qatari’s competing in the second biggest para-athletics event after the Paralympics.
Tickets www.q-tickets.com. Qatar Sports Club, Dafna/West Bay (4483 1777).

October 23

Listen to the violin
Two shows in a week from the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra make it a classical double. The orchestra will be performing Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto in D Major, as well as Antonín Dvorák’s Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, from “The New World,” his best known collection of works. It will start from 7.30pm.
From QR100. For tickets, visit www.qatarphilharmonicorchestra.org. QNCC Auditorium 3, Qatar National Convention Centre, Education City (4470 7000).

October 4- November 4

Appreciate an artist in residence
Turkish artist Özgeçmis Özkan is an award-winner and his work focuses on fragmented images of the human body, drawing his inspiration from religion, history and popular culture, as well as creating a focus on self-portraiture.
Old fire station, Mohammed Bin Thani Street (4452 5555).

By Time Out Doha staff
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