Make the most of the remaining Spring of Culture (SOC) festival and enjoy the best of art, music and cultural events on the island.

What: The Nest
When: Ongoing to March 9
Where: Al Riwaq Art Space
Tickets: Free
The Nest has returned and this time at Al Riwaq Art Space’s new location at Bank House in Gufool. It fosters a reconnection between people and space, while positioning Gufool as a thriving creative hub. The event features art installations, interactive workshops, talks and exciting performances. The accompanying exhibition transforms public spaces, streets and buildings into canvases by creating an urban gallery that encourages exploration, dialogue and appreciation of art and design. Open to the public, the festival activities run every weekend from Thursday to Saturday, 4pm to 10pm.

What: Inaash Exhibition
When: March 3 to 6
Where: House of Poetry – Ebrahim Al Arrayed
Tickets: Free
Inaash is a Lebanese organisation that produces the finest quality of hand-made artisanal items. For the past five decades, it has trained and empowered more than 200 women in refugee camps throughout Lebanon. Today, it offers employment to 400 plus women. Each Inaash creation, with its stitches, colours and motifs, reflects the rich history of Palestine through its unique visual heritage: embroidery.

What: Romeo & Juliet – The Musical
When: March 7 (11am and 7pm) | March 08 (7pm)
Where: Cultural Hall
Tickets: From BD15
Experience Shakespeare’s classic tale, Romeo & Juliet, through Entertainment Live’s modern interpretation by Olivier Award-winning producer Paul Taylor-Mills. Featuring a distinguished West End cast and original music, this rendition creates a captivating narrative of forbidden love and intense passion, blending tradition with innovation for a spellbinding performance.

What: Ghanawi Al-Shouq Khalid Al Shaikh & Huda Abdulla with The Bahrain Music Band Conducted by Maestro Zeyad Zaiman
When: March 7 | 8pm
Where: Bahrain National Theatre
Tickets: From BD16.5
Save the date for a memorable concert starring renowned Bahraini singers Khalid Al Shaikh and Huda Abdulla. In a mustsee musical collaboration, they’ll revive the beloved Ghanawi AlShouq, presenting their popular tunes alongside nostalgic sets by Maestro Zeyad Zaiman and the Bahrain Music Band. ✤