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In response to a fierce demand for more opportunities to experience this magical tale, the organizational team behind this success story, SAMIT Event Group, has decided to take the production on tour, with the first stops coming on the 9th and 10th of February 2024 in the picturesque nation of Bahrain. Two days of the Ballet’s country premiere will be hosted within the framework of the annual Spring of Culture Festival in Bahrain National Theatre, built on the story of One Thousand and One Nights.


Bahrain audiences are in with the perfect chance to immerse themselves in this fantastical world, as the ballet presents its original narrative that draws on inspiration from a myriad of childhood literary classics, including Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Aladdin, Puss in Boots, The Three Musketeers, and many more, with seminal characters from each of these tales appearing within the show itself.

Merging these influences together in an enthralling mix of intertextual and artistic fusion,

A Thousand Tales invites audiences to travel along on a magical adventure which features a series of stunning costumes and exquisite set decorations and is brought to life by a cast of Principal Dancers that has been purposefully hand-picked from among the leading ballet companies in the world, accompanied by a Corps de Ballet hailing from the highest echelons of the contemporary ballet industry.

Qemam International Festival

for Mountain Performance Arts
the 9th and 10th of February 2024

Qemam International Festival

for Mountain Performance Arts

The second edition of the Qemam International Festival for Mountain Performance Arts 2023 is under way in Abha, Saudi Arabia, organised by SAMIT Event Group.

The festival is taking place in eight villages in the south-west region of Asir, around the cities of Abha and Khamis Mushait, and runs until Friday. Celebrations began with a carnival parade on Art Street and a concert by Lebanese singer Najwa Karam at King Khalid University.

The Qemam International Festival, launched by the kingdom's Theatre and Performing Arts Commission, brings together 16 Saudi and 14 international folk artist groups and is a “cultural spectacle dedicated to mountain performing arts”, Sultan Al-Bazie, chief executive of the commission

The eight-day festival will feature 32 performances by folk groups from India, China, Morocco, South Korea and Switzerland. The festival aims to explore the history, artistry and practice of mountain performing arts, highlighting the cultural significance of each group.

Also on display will be traditional wedding dance performances, live cooking, alongside gifts and an artisans’ bazaar.


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