Sunday, March 27, 2016

Wednesdays by LAPA - Food, Graffiti, Art and Live Music

The launch of Wednesdays by LAPA, a night centered around live music, local food vendors, and art. LAPA is an academy that empowers the talented youth of Kuwait to develop their skills and nurture their passion through programs in the fields of theatre, dance and music. Come support the featured talents of the night! To book [link].

Wilton Cake Decorating at Tavola Kuwait

All Wilton Cake Decorating courses listed below are held at Tavola Kuwait.
For Location Map of Tavola, please click here

The Wilton Method® of Cake Decorating will teach you all of the techniques to make cakes and treats that will amaze your friends and family for years to come. It's an experience that over 4 million people have enjoyed in cake decorating classrooms the world over.

The Wilton Method consists of four courses taught by trained Wilton Method instructors

The first course, Building Buttercream Skills, is your starting point and will cover basics such as decorating and icing cakes, making icing with the right consistancy, and designing different types of buttercream flowers. Once the first course is completed, you can extend the excitement and fun by taking one of two other courses: Flowers and Cake Design or Fondant and Gum Paste.

Flowers and Cake Design encompasses both traditional and contemporary design. It focuses on making flowers primarily with royal icing. Additionally, you will learn how to choose colours for your cake, as well as positioning the elements of decoration - borders, messaging, and flowers and embellishments.

In the Fondant and Gum Paste course, you will learn how to cover cakes in fondant, make fondant bows and borders, and excel in gum paste flowers. The final course, Advanced Gum Paste flowers, will take your cake decorating skills to the next level as you learn the art of making realistic gum paste flowers and create a variety of leaves, blossoms, and bouquet designs.

For Wilton Class Schedules, please email, or call 24825761 or visit their website [link].

LWDLIK - Best to call as a course is starting tomorrow.

Cafe Scientifique at GUST University

CAP Presents It’s a Mad World by Shurooq Amin

Curated by: Martina Corgnati
In collaboration with Ayyam Gallery
Opening reception: Saturday, 9/4/2016
Time: 7:00 – 9:00pm
Exhibition dates: 10/4/2016 – 21/5/2016
It has been 4 years since the shutdown of Shurooq Amin’s last show in Kuwait and the subsequent censorship of her paintings. Since then, she has only exhibited her work abroad.  She has been fortunate to have the representation and backing of Ayyam Gallery, who believed in her,  gave her a platform to raise her voice uncensored, and invited her to show her work in Dubai and London, and now Contemporary Art Platform - Kuwait have invited her to exhibit in Kuwait again, to show her newest work in an exhibition titled ‘It’s a Mad World’ which opens 9th of April 2016 at 7:00pm, in collaboration with Shurooq Amin’s representative gallery Ayyam. It’s a Mad World will be curated by Martina Corgnati with whom Shurooq Amin spent time at the 56th Venice Biennale where Corgnati curated the pavilion Shurooq Amin was part of: Contemporary Practices Pavilion.

It is only fitting that the original title for this show – Apocalypso Now – should be changed to It's a Mad World, to arrive full circle from her last show in Kuwait, It's a Man's World.  As simple as the title is, as meaningful as it is for Shurooq Amin, since the pattern (semantically, syntactically, and phonetically) – and full circle – from It’s a Man’s World to It’s a Mad World is explicit.

It's a Mad World consists of 18 artworks and an installation. 
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Tuesday, March 22, 2016


Adult Colouring Books at Jarir Bookstore

And plenty more in the store. Jarir Bookstore map.

AWARE Center Schedule of Cultural Events for April 2016



Arabs are well renowned for their love of poetry. Join us for a unique journey with Shaimaa Abdulsabour, Karima Bader & Mervat Lalban as they explore the hidden beauty of the Arabic language through a beautiful poem which became the famous song, Araka Aseya Aldam'e sung by distinguished Diva Om Kulthoum Please join us for this special event onThursday April 14 at 7pm. Prior email reservations are requested
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For a relaxing evening on the water, join AWARE for a most unique experience: a Sunset Dinner Cruise Fee: KD 15 per person Very Limited Seats! Registration is via ticket purchase only at AWARE during our Office Hours Registration Deadline: Sunday, April 10, 2016Tickets are non-refundable Please note: – If we didn’t reach the required number of participants, this tour will be cancelled. – In case of bad weather, the cruise maybe cancelled (in such case, AWARE Center will either refund the participants or reschedule the cruise)
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Starting Thursday, March 31, 2015 Food of the Middle East brings with it a variety of exotic flavors. While some dishes will be fragrant others will be spicy, delicate or at times, even syrupy. From dates, saffron, rose petals and orange blossom to cardamom or cumin - these are but a few of the ingredients comprising the fascinating cuisine of the Middle East. This 4 week course starts Thursday, March 31, 2016 and ends on April 21, 2016. Course day:Thursday Course Time: 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Course Fee: K.D. 30 per person Very Limited seats! Advance registration required at
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By Iman Martin Westerners visiting Kuwait or the Middle East for the first time find many cultural differences in the society, at work and within the local customs. Culture shock, to some degree, will be experienced by all. In this Diwaniya, we would like to share the similarities and differences between Arabs and Westerners. Join us for a most engaging conversation. This lecture will be followed by a dinner buffet. Advance Registration is requested at
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This exhibition will offer visitors to the AWARE Center the opportunity to sample the wide variety of Kuwaiti’s traditional foods. Look forward to trying Margoga, Tashriba, or Balaleet. Visitors can also try on the traditional clothes on & have their pictures taken. Men can try the Dishdasha & women can try the Darra’a. Prior email registration is requested
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Synopsis: Christians & Muslims lived peacefully together for years in this small Lebanese village, but animosities begin to build among the men as a result of slights & misunderstandings. The women of the village conspire to avert sectarian strife though a series of harebrained plans, none of which succeeds in slowing down the escalating spiral of violence. When tragedy strikes, the women find themselves driven to make a deeply personal sacrifice for the sake of peace. Movie Duration: 110 minutes. Popcorn & soft drinks will be provided.
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Monday, March 21, 2016

Happy Mother's Day

Confusing I know. But anyway it's Mother's Day every day in my house... Or else there's consequences :OD 

Warning - There is still time to swing by and get flowers and chocolates. 

You have been warned!

Sunday, March 20, 2016

Modern Architecture Kuwait 1949-1989 at Yarmouk Cultural Centre

The MAK " Modern Architecture Kuwait 1949-1989" exhibition will officially open in the Yarmouk Cultural Centre on Sunday March 20th at 7 PM. This exhibition covers 150 projects dating back to Kuwait in the 1950s. 

Friday, March 18, 2016

Proof of Evolution?

Sheikh Shack

Of all the palatial London mansions of the British aristocracy obliterated, carved up, or converted over the decades—only one, Dudley House, is now a private home. Qatari sheikh Hamad bin Abdullah Al-Thani, 33, has restored its 44,000 square feet of lost glory, emerging as a major collector and popular host to London’s elite, including the Queen who had supposedly said that the house "...makes Buckingham Palace look rather dull."

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Mother's Day Festival at The Avenues

Internationally recognized mime artist "Kate Moir" travels across
the world performing her unique movement-based installations that will take your
breath away.

This Mother’s Day The Avenues is putting on spectacular live entertainment shows from USA, UK, Canada, Germany, France, Spain and Romania to thank all mothers. The festival is from March 16th to 19th. 
All shows are suitable for all ages and completely free of charge.
The shows’ catalogue and schedules will be available at all customer service desks or [here] where there is also a schedule for 18th and 19th.

Happy Mother’s Day!

LWDLIK - Could somebody please tell me what's going on in Dome 3 at 17:00.

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Addiction is NOT What You Think

From lonely cages to parks a new look at addiction.

Little LOYACers Spring Camp

Aswat 3 at Al Shaheed Park

Diving through cultures, Aswat 3 is taking you on a sailing experience from old days of fishers and pearl divers to modern Kuwait, a performance bridging cultures through collaborative artistic interactions. ‪#‎LAPAxAswat3‬
Date: 15th March 2016
Location: Al Shaheed Park
Time: 7:30 PM 

For more information: 99366657

Tuesday, March 8, 2016


This is a ticket only event please book tickets here [link].

Some of the speakers:

Balsam AlAyoub

Balsam grew up in an athletic family that believed in sports as tool for self development. Balsam was a professional fencer and champion, and today has turned her energy towards being a 'human investor' empowering young people in the Gulf region- especially young women.

Dr. Hilal Al-Sayer & Margaret Al-Sayer 
Dr. Hilal Al-Sayer is the President of Kuwait Association for the Care of Children in Hospital (KACCH) and Chairperson and Medical Director of and Bayt Abdullah Children’s Hospice (BACH). He is a former Minister of Health, Dean of the Medical School in Kuwait, President of the Kuwait Red Crescent Society, and Chairperson of Dasman Diabetic Institute.

Margaret Al-Sayer is the Founding Director of the Kuwait Association for the Care of Children in Hospital (KACCH) and Bayt Abdullah Children’s Hospice (BACH). She is a former biology teacher and has devoted twenty-five years to raising awareness in Kuwait and the Middle East on the necessity of developing palliative care services for children. 

Catherine Silliman

Mrs. Silliman is an American born in New York City. She spent her childhood moving around the USA, and also lived in Vicenza, Italy while her father served as a medical doctor in the U.S. Army. Her family eventually settled in the small town of Harvard, Massachusetts, but she already knew a bigger world was out there. 
She earned her Masters degree in Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Chicago and went on to work as a reporter for the Saudi newspapers Arab News and Asharq Al-Awsat. Since then, she has lived in seven predominantly Muslim countries and is currently writing a book about her experiences. She and her husband have raised two remarkable young men who share an openness to learn about the world and understand global perspectives.

BAIA Presents 'Beauty and the Beast' a full scale dance show

Happy International Women's Day

Monday, March 7, 2016

And Here's The Sad Thing; Drugs are Cheaper Than Alcohol in Kuwait

Drug Prices [link]

Alcohol Prices [link]

Peugeot's Irresistible Offer

Currently the best offer on a Peugeot 301. The offer includes file maintenance until 70,000 km and comprehensive insurance for two years.

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