A lifer expat mummy in Kuwait blogging on things to do in Kuwait for kids and adults, places to visit, fun and cultural events, general info, shopping bargains and interesting stuff. Email: LWDLIK@gmail.com
Based on T.S. Eliot's Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, Andrew Lloyd Webber's classic musical tells the story of the Jellicle cats and each cat's individual quest to be selected as the lucky one who will ascend to "the Heaviside Layer."
Tickets available soon on the JACC website [link].
7 convicted prisoners were hung today at central prison; 4 men and 3 women. The men included Sheikh Faisal Abdulla Al Sabah, who murdered his nephew. The women included the Kuwaiti woman, Nasra Al Enizi, who set fire to a wedding tent killing over 50 women and children.
The International K9 Association Championship for the German Shepherd Show line and Work line. The Official Championship is approved by the International German Shepherd Union and under the Patronage of the German Embassy in Kuwait. For any inquiries please contact us through Whatsapp 00965 60426733 Or email us at Info@kuwaitk9association.org.
Kuwait Oil Company declared a state of emergency over an oil leak in one of its southwestern oil fields. Monday's statement by the Kuwait Oil Company did not identify the onshore oil field affected by the leak, which began Sunday.The state-run Kuwait News Agency said the leak was from the Al Maqwa field. The company said there's no sign of a toxic gas leak. It offered no details about how many barrels of oil had been spilled.
Other sources are saying situation has now been contained now.
شاركوا الآن في أكبر كورال للتراث العربي في تجربة هي الأولى من نوعها، تنقلكم من المحيط إلى الخليج وستقدم بقالب جديد على أبرز مسارح الكويت. أبحروا معنا على متن أجمل القصائد المغناة في التاريخ العربي. سارعوا بالتسجيل اليوم وأعيدوا للحرف العربي صوته.
Join now the biggest Arabic Heritage Choir in Kuwait in a one of a kind experience. Journey with us through the most mesmerizing poetic songs in Arabic history. Register now and let your voice celebrate thousands of years of civilization. For details, call LAPA on 97239408
Age: 10+ Price: KD 45 / 10 classes.
انضموا إلى حملة لوياك الوطنية لتعزيز استخدام اللغة العربية وشاركوا في ورش عمل الصّحافة الخضراء للصغار! تقدم (لابا) الورش بالتعاون مع الأستاذ شريف صالح و بدعم من مجموعة الراي الإعلامية. سيتعلم الصغار أساسيات العمل الصحفي ومهارات الكتابة والحوار باللغة العربية. و في نهاية الدورة سيتم إصدار 'الجريدة الخضراء' التي ستحوي مقالات بأقلام الأطفال المشاركين وستوزع كملحق مع جريدة الراي.
Join LOYAC's national campaign to reinforce the usage of Arabic and participate in LAPA's Green Journalism workshops! They are offered in collaboration with Mr. Sharif Saleh and sponsored by Al Rai Media Group. Children will learn the basics of journalism, and the skills of writing and conversing in Arabic. By the end of the course, 'The Green Newspaper' containing articles written by the children will be published and distributed with Al Rai newspaper.
Age: 12-16 Price: KD 45 / 12 classes. #لغتنا_الأم
صفوف غناء شرقي وغربي بالإضافة الى سولفيج مع مدرب الأصوات يوسف بارا ابتداءً من ١٠ سنوات.
We are Cereal Killer Cafe, the Worlds first International Cereal Cafe. We are obsessed with everything cereal. We sell over 100 different types of cereal from around the world, if we can source it, we will sell it. To create the perfect bowl of cereal you can choose from 30 different varieties of milk and 20 different toppings. To give you the real sugar rush feeling you had when you were a kid come and visit us for breakfast, lunch or dinner in our nostalgic cafe displaying hundreds of pieces of memorabilia from the 80s and 90s for you to feast your eyes on. From Camden to Kuwait. What fun! http://www.cerealkillercafe.co.uk/menus/
Map to Cereal Killer Cafe which is open from 7am until 11pm.
LWDLIK - It's now top of our brunches-to-do list or dinner-to-do list LOL. Okay, I have been corrected by my oracle sister who says the first Cereal Killer Cafe was in Shoreditch, East London.
I know it's trending from all the illegally parked cars blocking the street. Yesterday night was mayhem but intriguing. The place was packed inside and out. An artisanal coffee shop/roastery - so freshly roasted coffee beans and then brewed in various ways. I, obviously, need to up my coffee game. My daughter was dying to visit and see what all the buzz was about. Alas, having circled 3 times and found no legal parking we moved on to our old fav, Pick Yo, a few blocks down.
The place has a clubby feel which seems to be a huge hit with the young and stylish. Glad we didn't find parking as even I know allowing a 13 year old to have a coffee at 8pm on a school night is a no-no. But we will go back and find out what all the fuss is about just when it's not so busy.
Pause Coffee opens from 7am -10pm week days and noon-10pm on Fridays.
Dress code: Frou-frou for the ladies from what I could see.
Beautiful inside and out. We know she's nearing 90s but a lady never shares her age or goes without a little lippy. Her memory is still sharp and her love all encompassing. The wisest, loveliest person I've ever had the sincerest utter pleasure of meeting. A supernova of shining stars. Feeling so lucky and blessed to have her in our lives. She seriously rocks!
Two years ago I constructed my first origami polyhedron. I was unaware that this one object would be instrumental in shaping many paintings and stories to come. And many, many polyhedra to follow. But such is the pattern that plays itself out in my life as an artist: creations are influenced by both the banal and the important. Life not imitating art but mirroring it.
As I prepared for this exhibition, the mood of my work kept shifting from purpose to purpose. Until love, until peace, until I’m settled in a place I want to be. Always waiting for the big Until.
Ghadah Alkandari is a Kuwaiti artist born in Delhi in 1969. In 1992 she received a BA in Mass Communications from the American University in Cairo. But it was a six-week painting course at the School of Visual Arts that “shaped my current painting style, which was also influenced early on by both classical painters: Cezanne, Matisse, Schiele, Modigliani and Klimt, and comic books: Mad Magazine, Archie and Asterix.”
Her body of work ranges from large-scale acrylic paintings, primarily figurative, exploring the wide spectrum of human emotion and familial complexities, to smaller intimate pen and ink surreal drawings detached and focused on everyday happenings.
The artist had numerous solo exhibitions in Kuwait, and has participated in several group exhibitions locally and internationally, including the Arab Culture in Diaspora exhibition in Kuwait, Femmes Artistes Du Koweit at the Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris (2006), Approaches to Figurative Practices at the Third Line Gallery, Dubai (2007), and JAMM Contemporary Art Auction in Kuwait (2010).
Since 2009, Ghadah Alkandari uses her blog ‘prettygreenbullet’ as a platform to display her work on a daily basis.