Enter spring with an exciting range of workshops and fun activities in the great outdoors until April 10, all thanks to Shurooq's top-quality innovative methods to keep the young and the old entertained
On the occasion of World Radio Day 2021 (WRD 2021), on Feb.13, the Sharjah Broadcasting Authority (SBA) will be celebrating the event’s 10th anniversary and more than 110 years of radio with a special interactive programme across its Arabic and English language stations, highlighting the medium’s vital role in informing, entertaining and connecting people.
With the right mix of fun, food, and entertainment, the waterfront event offers an engaging experience for the vibrant minds of all ages.
Artistic show Narratives of the Place brings to life people’s fond feelings for the emirate through its spectacular visual and theatrical aesthetics at Al Majaz Amphitheatre; words, images to be published in new book For the love of Sharjah, that will be launched at the upcoming 41st edition of SIBF.
Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) has officially inaugurated the 11th Sharjah Light Festival – themed ‘Echoes of the Future’ – which includes a series of activities and shows, held under the patronage of His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, UAE Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, until February 20, 2022.
Curtains came down on the lavish production and immersive theatrical show, 'Narratives of the Place' (Sard Al Makan), after having mesmerised arts enthusiasts and lovers of Sharjah with its stunning scenes and elaborate settings across four days at Al Majaz Amphitheatre, Sharjah.
Contestants, gearheads share secrets of safety and fun facts with visitors.
The forum complements the efforts of Sharjah's commerce and tourism body to ratchet up the emirate's standing in global tourism
“Due to the current unstable weather conditions, Sharjah City Municipality announces the temporary closure of all parks in the city. The parks will be open again to the public after the end of the unstable weather.”
The length of the road leading to the Al Suhub area is 6.5kilometres and includes two lanes for ascent and one for the descent. The road slopes range between three percent and 9.7 per cent, which provide the best safety for visitors.