The future of Emirati heritage sport is bright as falconers, as young as five years old, proved their mettle at the Fazza Championship for Falconry – Juniors Category, organised by Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Centre (HHC)
Advanced technology plays an important role in falconry, said Mohammed Abdullah Bin Dalmook, Director of Corporate Support at the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center (HHC).
The Sharjah Light Festival 2020 will officially kick off on Feb.5 with a show on the architectural icon, Sharjah City Municipality building, narrating the history of Arab culture and its impact on the past and present.
How will children react if the magician welcomes them on stage with the quip: “If the trick doesn’t work, one of the children will disappear!” Contrary to expectations,
More than 60 emerging and experienced UAE-based writers, actors and directors, cutting across age groups and nationalities, are infusing the Sharjah Fringe festival with a vibrant energy with a wide genre of 10-minute plays under the first-ever Short+Sweet Sharjah banner.
Sharjah has burst onto the global Fringe scene with the launch of its first Fringe festival on Jan.16, transforming the city into a vibrant family entertainment canvas painted with a diversity of acts spanning the genres of theatre, comedy, circus, dance and children’s entertainment.
The leather-clad, glove-donned women straddling 1,200 cc engines with a burning desire to empower women through their passion for motorbikes will be passing through popular DSF destinations.
The Dreamgirl-famed actor flew into UAE this week to judge the first edition of Short+Sweet Theatre festival at Al Qasba, Sharjah.
The current season 2019-2020 of Fazza Championship for Falconry is taking place in full swing as participants in different categories showcase their falcons skills combined with techniques, strength and sophisticated training.