The Cultural Village Foundation — Katara kicked off its four-day Eid Al Adha celebrations on 1 August 2020 with a variety of fun activities.
Dr. Khalid bin Ibrahim Al Sulaiti, General Manager, Katara, expressed great pleasure on the first day of the celebration as Katara prepared new innovative activities for children on this festive occasion, in line with the government’s plan to gradually lift the restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
He also extended appreciation to all Katara employees for efforts to provide the best services to the visitors.
The Katara Drama Theater presented a theatrical performance titled “Went to Death” under the supervision of director and artiste Nasser Abdul Ridha featuring the participation of Qatari artistes, namely Faisal Rashid, Abdullah Al Assam, Khaled Khamis, Muhammad Adel, and Ali Al Sharshani.
Alos, inaugurated a new mural at the southern main entrance of the Cultural Village titled ‘Katara thanks the healthcare professionals in Qatar’. Twelve famous fine artists created artworks with a message of gratitude and Katara’s pride for the medical frontliners in their battle against the pandemic and as models of humanitarian work around the world.
Katara also presented virtual fireworks on its website in addition to the Eid Al Adha contest, which selects the most beautiful children’s costume during Eid days. Participants have to send a photo or video of the participating child to join the contest. Katara has allocated prizes for the first five winners in the each category (photo and video). The photo or video should be in high quality, and Katara will own the copyright for the winning photos and videos and entitled to use them for any purpose.
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