TOP US rapper Jack Harlow is set to entertain audiences with his First Class hits tonight.
The 24-year-old Louisville singer-songwriter is set to perform at the Al Dana Amphitheatre at 8.30pm.
The event is part of the 17th edition of Spring of Culture festival that continues this week with exciting events for the whole family.
The amphitheatre will also host famous comedian Kevin Hart tomorrow at 8.30pm.
An 8km Archaelogies Walkathon will take place on Saturday at 8am through various sites north of Bahrain, starting from Qal’at Al Bahrain Site Museum.
On the same day at 8pm, enjoy the traditional musical stylings of Dar Bin Harban Band at Dar Bin Harban.
Again on Saturday, there will be a discussion about Self-publishing Photobooks + Zines by Aziz Motawa at Al Riwaq Art Space, starting 5pm.
On Sunday, there is an exhibition entitled ‘The Divine Proportion’ by Dr Mayasa Sultan Al Sowaidi. It opens at the Art Centre in Manama, starting 7pm and runs until March 17 from 9am to 8pm, daily.
On Monday, Lebanese media personality Nadim Dawoud Koteish will give a lecture about ‘The Real Division in the Region Between – National States and Political Islam’ at 8pm. It will be held at the Abdullah Al Zayed House for Bahraini Press Heritage.
The Application 001 exhibition will open on Tuesday at 7pm showcasing the works of the first cohort of the Application 001 residency programme, provided by Al Riwaq. The exhibition runs until March 28 and is open from 10am to 8pm from Saturday to Thursday at Al Riwaq Art Space.
There will be a Musical Evening From France at the Cultural Hall starting 8pm on Tuesday, in collaboration with the French Embassy. It will feature renowned French pianists Maxime Zecchini and David Bismuth.
More information, visit culture.gov.bh