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Updates on Al Qasba Food Festival 2011

Updates on Al Qasba Food Festival 2011

2203Sharjah, March 28th, 2011: Al Qasba Food Festival 2011 has seen a wide footfall in its first five days. Visitors from different nationalities and age groups came from all over the UAE to watch  renowned chefs compete, amuse the audience with their cooking skills and unveil secrets of the most delicious dishes. This year’s festival includes many activities such as food carving displays, adults and kids workshops, cocktail recipes, canvas painting, sesame street characters and musical shows, all that appeal to the community at large. Participating chefs include: Chef Uwe Micheel, Chef Antonio De Dominics, Chef Mehdi Katanbaf, Chef Wael El Deeb, Chef Mouin Al Saghbini, Chef Jay Tabuclao, Chef Ricky Tangarorang, Chef Mohamed A. Salam, Chef Rody Buendia, Chef Mohamed A. Salam, Chef DeSilva, Chef John Dipakdeekajon, Chef Mahmoud Zaree, and Chef Nabil A. Moneam.

Al Qasba food Festival is held daily from 5:30 pm – 11:30 pm and will run until April 2nd.


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Al Qasba Food Festival 2011 kicks off on March 24

Al Qasba Food Festival 2011 kicks off on March 24

Slice and Dice’ features renowned chefs, exciting competitions, entertainment shows, workshops and a variety of activities

2166Sharjah, March 23, 2011: Al Qasba Development Authority has announced the program of its signature festival, ‘Al Qasba Food Festival 2011’, kicking off on March 24th at Sharjah’s premiere tourism destination.  A host of renowned chefs from various hotels and restaurants in the UAE will be the stars of this year’s festivals as they compete, amuse the audience with their cooking skills and unveil the secrets behind their delicious dishes everyday from 5:30 pm till midnight.

Organized by Smart Solutions, Al Qasba Food Festival 2011 is expected to welcome thousands of visitors during its ten-day run, with an array of activities targeted towards different community segments. From food carving displays, adults and kids workshops, cocktail recipes, canvas painting, sesame street characters all to chef competitions and musical shows, the Al Qasba Food Festival 2011 promises to be an event that appeals to the community at large.

“Following the huge success of last year’s edition, we have been looking forward to organizing a larger edition that will be even more popular”, said Dina Al Nakhi, Events Manager at Al Qasba Development Authority. “We are confident that our new theme ‘Slice and Dice’ will attract a lot of people from around the UAE wanting to see the artistic decoration of dishes.  We invite our visitors to enjoy live musical performances and animated stilt performers that will parade through the crowds, and taste some of the world’s most delicious dishes prepared by our honoured guest chefs.”

The many respected chefs featured at this year’s event will include: Chef Uwe Micheel, Chef Antonio De Dominics, Chef Mehdi Katanbaf, Chef Wael El Deeb, Chef Mouin Al Saghbini, Chef Jay Tabuclao, Chef Ricky Tangarorang, Chef Mohamed A. Salam & Chef Rody Buendia, Chef Mohamed A. Salam, Chef DeSilva, Chef John Dipakdeekajon, and Chef Mahmoud Zaree, and Chef Nabil A. Moneam. Each Chef will be showcasing his unique cooking skills by preparing delicious dishes and decorating them. In addition, talented chefs from Al Qasba’s permanent restaurants and cafes will present their signature dishes throughout the festival.

A number of activities are geared specifically to younger audiences, including a “Little Chef Corner” where kids and teens can learn about kitchen basics and the diversity of cultural norms that surround eating etiquette.  

A full schedule of the Festival’s activities and participants can be found online at the Al Qasba website (www.alqasba.ae) or at any one of the Al Qasba entertainment outlets.  Among this year’s sponsors of the Al Qasba Food Festival are Etisalat, Kraft and Al Rawabi Dairy.

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Maraya Art Centre to host ‘Al GHAIB, Aesthetics of the disappearance’ art exhibition from March 14th – June 1st

Maraya Art Centre to host ‘Al GHAIB, Aesthetics of the disappearance’ art exhibition from March 14th – June 1st

27 artists from 12 different countries experience art through disappearance of human ego

235Sharjah, March 5th, 2011:  Maraya Art Centre, one of the UAE’s most spectacular venues for contemporary visual arts will host a unique exhibition titled ‘Al GHAIB, Aesthetics of the disappearance’ featuring 27 emerging and established artists from 12 different countries. Running from March 14th – June 1st, the exhibition will highlight the concept of working with different media with a focus on the theme of disappearance.

The International exhibition is curated by Gaia Serena Simionati and will see the participation of artists from Algeria, France, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Palestine, Senegal, Turkey, Switzerland and the United States of America. The artists will work with different media such as performances, videos, sculptures, installations, photography, paintings and drawings, but will be mainly unseen. This unique concept defines the sole of the exhibition which focuses on exploring artworks and removing the artists’ ego.

The interesting theme of the disappearance of the artists’ ego generates the real intellectual and visual value and so the true divine of the artwork appears. The 27 artists are called to reflect interwoven and different themes such as the lack of spirituality, the decrease of the standard and the accepted identity, the loss of knowledge, deepness, contact and respect between human beings and planet earth which all create a general loss of awareness, love and sympathy.

‘Al GHAIB, Aesthetics of the disappearance’ is one of several cutting-edge exhibits from across the globe being featured at Maraya Art Centre. For more information about the exhibition, you can visit Al Qasba website: www.alqasba.ae

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Al Qasba Development Authority announces 7.9% revenue growth in 2010 over 2009

Al Qasba Development Authority announces 7.9% revenue growth in 2010 over 2009

Restaurants and cafés welcome over 500,000 visitors and see 9.1 % rise in sales

Marwan Jassim Al Sarkal

Marwan Jassim Al Sarkal

Sharjah, 28 February 2011: Al Qasba Development Authority recently concluded its annual meeting, focusing on transforming Al Qasba into a full-fledged business destination in Sharjah. The meeting outlined the steps necessary to build on a successful 2010. Looking ahead, the culture, entertainment, and tourist destination aims to raise the bar of excellence by offering unrivalled business services and facilities.

Al Qasba’s successful cultural, entertainment, and artistic events schedule through 2010 offered the broad parameters for enhancing its role as a premium business destination. A key indicator of last year’s success was the growth of revenue resulting from the leasing of outlets and kiosks, which grew a remarkable 70.9% increase over 2009. Restaurants and cafés welcomed over 500,000 visitors in 2010, marking an increase of 28,000 visitors compared to 2009, and a 5.92% growth. Overall sales also grew 9.1% over 2009.

During the meeting, Ahmed Al Qasser, Director of Property Management at Al Qasba Development Authority reviewed figures recorded during 2010, which revealed substantial increases in visitor numbers, with the tally surpassing the 1 million mark. While most visitors came from within the UAE, a notable increase was recorded in the number of visitors from neighboring countries - mainly Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the Sultanate of Oman, as well as tourists from European countries

The Holy Month of Ramadan alone drove sales up by 50%, welcoming more than 20,000 visitors who attended the Islamic lectures at the Eman Oasis tent. Celebrating its fifth anniversary, Etisalat-Eye of the Emirates attracted more than 90,000 visitors who came to enjoy the ride and experience the beautiful skyline of Sharjah.

Hazem Al Sawaf, Director of Marketing and Sales at Al Qasba Development Authority underlined efforts by Al Qasba team. “We have witnessed success in every aspect thanks to the synergy Al Qasba creates through events, facilities, and its relentless efforts to excel. We have seen an astounding increase of visitor numbers who played a major role in driving sales up and contributed to the amazing success of our events program,” he said.

“2011 will be unique for businesses. Al Qasba is quickly turning into an alluring business environment, offering state-of-the-art services and facilities through the Al Qasba Business Center and Multaqa,” Al Sawaf added. “Last year was exceptional for restaurants and cafés, particularly if we consider that this sector has faced problems all over the world. The high quality service intrinsic to our many promotions was a key factor in increasing visitor confidence and trust, resulting in an overall increase of visitors from around the world.”

Al Qasba Business Center and Multaqa Al Qasba Meeting and Conference Halls are witnessing a huge increase in demand from businesses thanks to best-in-class corporate services and infrastructure designed to meet a diversity of business needs.

The annual meeting also discussed a number of plans to reinvent cultural activities such as the traditional wooden boat rides and a dedicated fun area for children. The events will complement the Maraya Art Centre, which unveiled its new identity last year to reflect its position as a stage for creative experimentation and a testament to the region’s artistic genius, hosting a panorama of the region’s finest compositions.


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‘Created by Emiratis’ Exhibition and Forum to foster culture of innovation and entrepreneurial activity

‘Created by Emiratis’ Exhibition and Forum to foster culture of innovation and entrepreneurial activity

2137Sharjah, February 23, 2011 – Al Qasba has announced that it will hold the first ‘Created by Emiratis’  Exhibition and Forum, organized by young Emirati entrepreneurs, from March 2nd-5th, 2011. The event is sponsored by Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Sharjah Tatweer Forum (Tatweer), Sharjah Commerce Tourism Development Authority, Sharjah Airport International Free Zone, Al Qasba and Ruwad Establishment.

The event, organized for the first time in Sharjah, will highlight the importance of pilot projects and will aim to encourage young Emirati entrepreneurs to develop projects under the leadership of His Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qassimi, Member of Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, and his vision to support small and medium businesses. The event aims to promote the concept of creativity and innovation to foster a competitive environment, contributing to the economic growth of Sharjah and the UAE.

“The strength of the economy relies on the vibrancy of small businesses, and an environment conducive to generating entrepreneurship. We look forward to creating a competitive, business-friendly environment in Sharjah, which will contribute to the continuing growth of the entire country,” said H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan.

Salem Al-Shami, Head of the Exhibition’s Organizing Committee, said: “The event is part of our national responsibility to provide a suitable environment to support and sponsor creative young people, and push for the development of their businesses to promote a culture of excellence and self-employment that will serve the overall development process in the country.”

“The initiative will showcase capabilities and competencies of one hundred young entrepreneurs and contribute to the marketing and promotion of their products. It will also serve our vision in attracting more entrepreneurs to broaden the base of small businesses that are considered a vital source to the development of the economic sector in Sharjah and the UAE,” he added.

He further explained that the forum would offer an ideal opportunity to discuss the challenges facing young entrepreneurs, pointing out the key role financial institutions needed to play in support of pilot projects, and stressing the need for their commitment towards entrepreneurship.

“Our vision is to establish a forum for new startups to exchange ideas and opinions with successful entrepreneurs as well as connect owners of small businesses with funding institutions to overcome financial challenges,” Al-Shami revealed.

Al-Shami added that a culture of grass roots innovation and business startups required overcoming marketing challenges and opening new horizons for business leaders.  Events like the ‘Created by Emiratis’ Forum and Exhibition eases the process of obtaining necessary funding and contributes to raising awareness of entrepreneurial activity.

The forum will host three main workshops covering entrepreneurship, key components of project building and the primary keys to create a successful project. It will also highlight success stories by local entrepreneurs.

The forum coincides with the opening of a special exhibition for business pioneers, including owners of home-based businesses, handicrafts and small e-commerce businesses. The expo will showcase their products and innovations and help in promoting and marketing them.

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Al Qasba and Nando’s host the “Longest One-Table Event” in Sharjah

Al Qasba and Nando’s host the “Longest One-Table Event” in Sharjah

Event welcomes over 200 guests from all over the UAE

232Sharjah, UAE, January 9th, 2011 – Al Qasba Development Authority in collaboration with Nando’s, the international Afro-Portuguese chain of restaurants hosted yesterday (January 8th) the “Longest One-Table Event” at the scenic Al Qasba in Sharjah. The event, that included entertainment shows, prizes, and mouthwatering food, was attended by over 200 guests who shared a meal together at the longest banquet table ever laid out in Sharjah.

“We believe that by sharing, we can get to know each other better. And by getting to know each other better, we can change the way the world works. It is with this philosophy in mind that we decided to conduct the ‘Longest One-Table’ event. It is all about laughing, talking, eating, sharing and changing the world one bite at a time,” said Suhail Gidwani, CEO of Nando’s UAE.

The event saw the participation of guests from different nationalities and from various parts of UAE, who enjoyed famous dishes & delectable desserts from Nando’s.

“It was truly a wonderful experience being part of the Nando’s One-Table Event. My family & I interacted with so many new people and made new friends. We enjoyed the warm, fuzzy feeling that comes with knowing that we are all gathered here for two good causes – community peace and great food.” Ameera Sayed, guest at the event said.

“Events like this one are always a great initiative to get people together, and Al Qasba has been always enthusiastic to host such events,” said Dina Al Nakhi, Events Manager at Al Qasba Development Authority. “The event brought smiles on our visitors’ faces and generated much interest because of the idea, the organization and the entertaining atmosphere.”

At the end of the event, all guests received a certificate from Nando’s & Al Qasba that attested that they have done their “bite” for World Peace.


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Al Qasba Development Authority honours sponsors in a special ceremony

Al Qasba Development Authority honours sponsors in a special ceremony

Over 50 sponsors and partners awarded for their role in the success of 2010 events

2165Sharjah, December 27th, 2010:  Al Qasba Development Authority has recently organized a special ‘Gala Dinner’ in honour of its sponsors and partners who were major contributors in the success of the events held in 2010.

Honouring more than 50 sponsors, Al Qasba’s CEO, H.E. Marwan Jassim Al Sarkal thanked all the partners and sponsors for their efforts, support and belief in Al Qasba and promised further success in 2011. The event, which started at 8:00 pm, included a welcome speech by Al Sarkal, a video on Al Qasba’s 2010 events, a live music performance and off-course, the awarding ceremony.

Commenting on the exhibition, Hazem Sawaf, Sales and Marketing Director at Al Qasba Development Authority said, “We have organized this special evening to honour our sponsors and partners and thank them on behalf of the family of Al Qasba for their continuous support and never ending trust. As the New Year looms ahead, we look forward to developing and continuing our long-lasting, mutually beneficial relationship with them.”

H.E Abdul Aziz Taryam, General Manager, Northern Emirates – Etisalat, said: “Etisalat is proud of its long-term partnership with Al Qasba. This collaboration is in line with the vision of His Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qassimi, Member of Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, calling for cooperation between all sectors in order to enrich Sharjah’s tourism and culture, while also boosting the Emirate’s economy. We are excited about our ongoing partnership with Al Qasba that is now considered amongst the most distinguished destinations in the UAE, thanks to the quality of events it hosts. Finally I would like to thank Al Qasba Development Authority for this award that recognizes Etisalat’s active support of Al Qasba 2010 activities and our sponsorship for Etisalat-Eye of the Emirates.”

du was felicitated for its support to Al Qasba’s activities. Ahmad Aburahima, Vice President, Government Relations in du received a trophy on behalf of the company. The event was attended by other members of du executive management.

Hala Badri, EVP, Brand and Communications in du said:”It was a pleasure to support activities of Al Qasba in 2010 and we are honoured to have contributed to the success of one of the main icons in the UAE. As a UAE national company, we will continue to support the activities which contribute to the UAE’s culture and heritage. We wish Al Qasba continued success in the new year.”

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‘The Magic Lantern’ at Al Qasba develops film appreciation and criticism skills within youngsters

‘The Magic Lantern’ at Al Qasba develops film appreciation and criticism skills within youngsters

New Venue at Sharjah’s premiere destination to host a wide selection of new films and older classics

287Sharjah, December 14, 2010: Al Qasba—the premiere tourist, cultural and entertainment destination in the Emirate of Sharjah—launched, in association with the ‘Swiss Art Gate’, a new film club for children aged from 6-12 years old. Known as ‘The Magic Lantern’, the film club will offer the children the pleasure of watching the greatest films in a real cinema atmosphere. Organizers of the club say that a wide selection of new films and older classics will be shown every month gathering children from all over the UAE to independently experience their emotions and develop their critical thinking and interaction with the cinema world.

Showing its second movie, ‘Chicken Run’, on Saturday (December 18th at 5:30 pm), ‘The Magic Lantern’ is the 21st Century version of the old Saturday Morning Film Clubs, which allow children to explore the feelings of laughter, sadness and fear in a safe environment with friends of the same age. The venue is supervised by a team of responsible adults, who welcome the children before each show, chat with them about the film and their expectations.

“The idea behind the new film club is to give the space for children who love watching films to experience the true feelings a movie theatre provides, says Dina Al Nakhi, Events Manager at Al Qasba. “The children will be able to enjoy their favorite movies on a huge screen, experience their own feelings with each film, and most importantly becoming more aware of movie scenes while developing their critic techniques. With The Magic Lantern, children develop into discerning and critical viewers able to enjoy films more fully.”

Before each show, The Magic Lantern members are sent a little magazine to inform them about the upcoming program. In the cinema, children are welcomed by presenters, chatting with them about the film and their expectations, and before the screening, a little sketch is performed highlighting certain aspects of the film’s story or of cinema history, or explaining cinematic techniques. The Magic Lantern views children as real audience: demanding and critical, yet always ready to be amazed.

Membership fees have been set for only AED 100 a year (AED 75 for each additional child within the same family). Members can attend six shows a year between September and June, each time receiving by mail a magazine and enjoying a live stage show and a great film. A new program is prepared for each season offering a fresh selection of films to enrich the diversity of cinematic experience.


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Al Qasba plans a spectacle of talent, tradition and cultural understanding to mark 39th UAE National Day

Al Qasba plans a spectacle of talent, tradition and cultural understanding to mark 39th UAE National Day

A series of events will put the spotlight firmly on a celebration of culture and accomplishment

2Sharjah, November 30th, 2010:  Al Qasba, Sharjah’s premier tourism, culture and entertainment destination, is celebrating Emirati culture and talent on the occasion of the 39th UAE National Day, with the aim of combining the recognition of rapid progress with the appreciation of tradition and heritage.

Al Qasba’s programme of events will run from December 1st to 4th and encompasses three distinct elements – UAE culture, heritage and traditions. Simultaneously, there is also a focus on promoting and showcasing Emirati talent on the occasion. Visitors to Al Qasba will enjoy performances of the traditional “Harbeya” dance on the 2nd of December, followed by an expansive fireworks display towards nightfall to mark the country’s birth. They will also be able to purchase merchandise and works of art made by Emirati Families at a number of kiosks within the ‘Lamasat’ exhibition which is organized in collaboration with the Supreme Council for Family Affairs.

Dina Al Nakhi, Events Manager at Al Qasba offered felicitations to the nation on its birthday, noting, “The UAE has accomplished much since its formation, and continues to march ahead apace. The rapid rate of development makes it all the more imperative that we keep in touch with the country’s rich culture and traditions, and Al Qasba wants to play a crucial role in that. On behalf of the entire Al Qasba team, I extend my warmest congratulations to the people and residents of the UAE on this very important day.”

“The kiosks will display arts, crafts, cultural artifacts and souvenirs created by Emiratis. Not only is this a way for visitors to acquire mementos reminding them of their participation in the 39th UAE National Day, but also serves as an excellent reminder of the inherent talent and creativity that Emiratis possess in abundance,” Al Nakhi added.

Culture will be combined with interactivity and entertainment through painting workshops for children organized by Watani Not only will the workshops guarantee hours of absorbing yet educational fun for children, but also offer a prize from Watani for the best painting. ‘Knowledge Without Borders’ organizing committee will have a special participation through its mobile bus that will give the visitors the opportunity to read a story of the National Day by Aisha Al Sheikh and a chance to win a lot of prizes through different competitions.

Al Qasba is liaising with Sharjah Municipality to ensure the venue is decorated with flags, buntings and streamers in the festive spirit of UAE National Day. One of the major events will be the All Women Unity Drive, which is an official National Day event registered under the patronage of the Ministry of Culture and Youth. Sponsored by the Woman Auto Racing Club (WARC), the Unity Drive is a campaign to encourage female patriotism throughout the UAE as club member’s drive through all seven emirates starting from the capital of Abu Dhabi and ending in Ajman and will have a stop at Al Qasba on December 1st to celebrate the historic occasion.

“Our aim is to put on a spectacle of celebration but also comprehension. The UAE National Day is an occasion we can all be proud of, and an opportunity to learn and reflect while enjoying festivities and general goodwill,” Al Nakhi concluded. 

The activities will start at 5:00 pm and conclude at 10:00 pm and will run on a span of four days from December 1st -4th, 2010.

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Tastes of the world unite at Al Qasba Food Festival

Tastes of the world unite at Al Qasba Food Festival

‘Secret of Spices’ gathers executive at the Sharjah waterfront for two weekends of live performances and exotic creations

276Sharjah, November 13, 2010: One of the most pleasurable aspects of exploring Middle Eastern culture is the cuisine.  Within the cultural capital of the UAE, a host of renowned chefs from various hotels and restaurants in the UAE are gearing up for the inaugural celebrations of the Al Qasba Food Festival, held for two consecutive weekends along the walkways of Al Qasba’s waterfront from November 11 – 20.  

Whether you’re an experienced connoisseur or someone simply wanting to add more healthy and delicious foods to the daily menu, the Festival includes a number of vibrant food kiosks, guest chefs, representatives from many restaurants in and out of Al Qasba’s, live shows and interactive cooking seminars.  Entrance is free and all ages are welcome to the event.

“People in the UAE and the Middle East in general take immense pride in preparing food and sharing meals with friends and family,” says Chef Uwe Micheel, Head of the Emirates Culinary Association and author of 2010’s best-selling culinary novel Chef at Home.  “Eating isn’t just about satisfying hunger; it’s about exploring new frontiers and discovering life’s wonderful variety with the people that matter most in our lives.” 

Chef Uwe will be among the many honoured names featured at this year’s event, which will also include senior chefs from Madinat Jumeirah Resort, Intercontinental, and Sofitel, among others.  Each chef has prepared a series of special dishes for their participation, mixing culinary styles from Western Europe to the plains of North Africa and Southeast Asia.  

While food is surely the theme, there’s much more than that at this year’s festival.  Strolling through Al Qasba, visitors are invited to enjoy live musical performances and animated stilt performers parading through the crowds.  Informal cooking stations are also open to families of all ages where secrets of the trade are revealed by the masters themselves.  A number of activities are geared specifically to younger audiences, including a “Little Chefs Corner” where kids and teens can learn about kitchen basics and the diversity of cultural norms that surround eating etiquette.    Those looking to shop will find refuge in the numerous vendor stalls set up specifically for the festival. 

Spread out across the waterfront and within Al Qasba’s stunning Arabic architecture, Dina Al Nakhi, Events Manager at Al Qasba, says that the festival will be reminiscent of the traditional markets of old.  “While world class cuisine is obviously the focus, such activities are complimented by a lively and personal connection between visitors, chefs and vendors,” says Al Nakhi.  “It’s those kinds of interactions which really bring a community together.  It reminds people that healthy and delicious food is just around the corner; an experience to be shared across borders and cultural lines.” 

A full schedule of the Festival’s activities and participants can be found online at the Al Qasba website (www.alqasba.ae) or at any one of the Al Qasba entertainment outlets.  Among this year’s sponsors of the Al Qasba Food Festival are Etisalat, Falcon Pack, Bin Lahej Kitchens, Philips, Al-Ghurair Foods, Gulf Food International Company, Tekka and Dimensions.

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