5 things to do in Doha this week
Gluten free high tea, groove with Dr Gabs and more Doha fun Discuss this article
Smell some freedom
Anima Gallery opens its third exhibition, It Smells Like Freedom, by Najia Mehadji, a French - Moroccan artist. Najia creates a spiral movement, the “volute” the floral canvas that represents the flow of life. Show is open Sat-Thurs 9am-9pm, Fri 1pm-9pm. Entrance is free.
Sat 15, Anima Gallery and Lounge, The Pearl-Qatar. Call 4495 3536
Have a gluten free high tea
Choose from the regular high tea menu of scones, sandwiches and sweets plus pots of tea for QR135 from 3pm-6pm Sunday to Saturday, or make your own healthy fun by sampling some of their gluten free nibbles, starting at QR35.
Sun 16, Victoria Tea Lounge, Grand Heritage. Call 4445 5555.
Groove with Dr Gabs
The songster extraordinaire returns to tickle the ivories at Spice Market, from September 17 until October 5. He sings his way through a collection of jazz standards and requests Tuesday- Friday from 9.30pm-1.30pm and Saturday and Monday from 7.30pm-11.30pm.
Mon 17, Spice Market, W Doha Hotel & Residences. Call 4453 5353
Celebrate with flair
It’s the Jazz Club’s birthday, and they’re pulling out all the stops with an exciting flair bartending performances! Catch the flips, juggling and more, all wrapped up with a spectacular fire display. Entrance is free, 7pm-2am.
Tues 18, Jazz Club, Oryx Rotana. Call 4402 3333
Head to Jamaica
Head poolside every Thursday, Friday and Saturday for Reggae Barbecue Night. Get into the rhythm of the Caribbean with live Reggae music while enjoying barbeque items around the pool. Qr150 per person, 7pm-midnight.
Thurs 20, Oyster Bay, The St.Regis Doha. Call 4446 0105
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