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Dreamworld Resort Hotel & Golf Course came into existence in 1996 with a diversified vision to provide both entertainment and social correspondence for its visitors. Located at a peaceful area adjacent to Gulshan-e-Maymar, off main Super Highway, Karachi. Sprawled over an area of 150 acres of land, it offers more than 160 facilities for its members and visitors. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS>


Actone Pakistan is a dance and fitness studio that offers all types of modern classes for entertainment, fitness and exercise in Pakistan. Our core belief is that Karachi needs more avenues for entertainment. Through Actone Pakistan, we strive to provide healthy entertainment for Karachi residents. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS>


BodyBeat is a modern dance and fitness studio offering various exciting classes to help you keep fit and have fun. As the pioneers of dance and fitness in Pakistan, BBRC is the first to introduce a range of dance genres and fitness classes all under one umbrella. With renowned choreographers, instructors and program directors, you're sure to learn the coolest moves and have fun while doing it. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS>


T2F, formerly “The Second Floor” is the first project of PeaceNiche. A community space for open dialogue, T2F provides citizens with a platform for social change through rich cultural activities, public discourse, and advocacy using progressive ideas and the new media. PeaceNiche, a not-for-profit NGO, registered under the Societies Act of 1860, is committed to becoming a vibrant centre of Pakistan’s developing civil society.


Arena family entertainment center, a project of Millennium Entertainment (Pvt.) Ltd. is not just a run of the mill amusement facility, but one of its kind and pioneer in the field of refined and sophisticated family entertainment and recreation. Arena also features the Power House Gymnasium, with a complete range of state-of-the-art imported exercise machines and The Jade Hall, the biggest covered pillar-less hall in Pakistan. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS>


The MAD School is a Music, Art and Dance institute as well as a performance venue which was inaugurated in 2009 with the inspiration to further Music Art & Dance education in Pakistan. MAD School aspires to encourage growth and development within Karachi's local artist community by providing arts education programs to children and young adults while facilitating in-house performances. The school is run by a team of fervent artists and musicians who are dedicated to helping students learn means of expression in fun and interactive ways. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS>


Entertainment News

ArtTalk an interview with Ali Guil Pir at MAD School on October 25th
A live interview with Saeen Ali Gul Pir, with host Akbar Chaudry.
Saeen Ali Gul Pir:
Ali Gul Pir is a Pakistani hip hop MC and stand-up comedian.He achieved popularity by his first single, Waderai Ka Beta, a comedy song about today's political situation in Pakistan. Ali Gul Pir's single VIP also depicts the corrupt lifestyle of country's politicians, also featuring in this song is Team 69 Combat Diver Taimoor Gazan, who plays role of a personal bodyguard of Ali.He is an ethnic Sindhi, the biggest Sindhi star in Pakistan today.
Akbar Chaudry:
Akbar is a dharna specialist, stand up comic and generally nice guy rolled into one. Mechanical engineer by day, asleep by night, Akbar likes to sing, dance and play tennis but can do neither. However comedy he is alright with, having entertained audiences all over Pakistan, most recently opening for Saad Haroon in Karachi. He also leads the improvisational comedy troupe LOL Waalay who are pretty awesome themselves. Akbar is all set with his interesting interviews (and crazy hair) to leave all of you in stitches come the 25th! Akbar is writing this in the third person due to societal pressures. Date: 25th October, Saturday at 8:00pm at MAD School, Tickets Rs 500.

Personal Histories: An Evening of Storytelling with Martin Van Camp
Join us at T2F for an evening of storytelling featuring Belgian social worker Martin Van Camp.

Martin Van Camp is a Belgian-born social worker. He is currently the director of Time-out Brussels, an organization that works with dropout children, empowering them to tap in to innate talents and qualities and reintegrate them into schools.

Martin is on an endless journey and bounces between Europe and Asia, on a quest to balance Western modernity with his family’s roots and culture. He grew up seeing pictures of Duarte Villa, the family home in N.I. Lines, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, and McLeod Road and listening to pre-partition stories. His family eventually moved to Belgium in 1962. For Martin, any mention of “Karachi” unlocked visions of a magical world, wonderful architecture and tempting, mysterious music.

In 1995, Martin came to Karachi for four months and immediately fell in love with the city. The Herald 1995 map “Karachi: City of Death” did not deter him and in fact, encouraged him to immerse himself in Karachi life. Martin is now returning to the city, not to revisit landmarks that his great grandparents left behind, but to connect two disparate worlds that are an integral part of his identity. Free entry .

Robotics Show & Educational Toys Fair from October 19th through October 26th at The Forum
Great News Guys ! Forum Mall Is Bringing You First Ever Robotic Show & Educational Toy Fair From TECHTOYS. Be A Part Of This Mesmerizing Robotic Show And Educational Fair From Sunday 19th Oct till 26th Oct 2014 Exclusively @ The Forum
Its A Free Entry For Every One. Also Visitors can enjoy a FLAT 10% OFF on all toys & Robots On Their Purchases. So Come & experience The whole new range of Technology Toys being Exhibit @ The Forum Mall.

The Role of Women in Islamic Art: A Talk by Noha Sadek at T2F
Join us at T2F for a talk by Noha Sadek as she explores the role of women as creators and patrons of the arts in pre-modern Islamic societies.

In most cultures and political settings, women have been influential patrons of the arts, and recent studies have shown that Islamic societies are no exception. Islamic law’s provision for women’s ownership of personal resources was an important factor which allowed some of them freedom to dispose of their wealth as they deemed fit, a considerable part of which was used for the construction of pious foundations.

In this lecture, Noha Sadek will examine the role of women as patrons of the arts, as well as creators of art objects in pre-modern Islamic societies.

Outstanding examples from different parts of the Islamic world, such as Yemen, Syria, Central Asia and Ottoman Turkey, will be presented to show the nature of patronage which brought this architecture into existence. The rank and status of women patrons and the structural or ornamental peculiarities which characterized the architecture sponsored by women will also be discussed.

About the Speaker

A specialist in Yemeni art and architecture, Noha Sadek received her Ph.D. in Middle East and Islamic Studies from the University of Toronto in 1990. She has taught courses on Islamic art at the University of Saint-Joseph and the American University in Beirut, Lebanon, and has participated in exhibition projects at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery in Washington DC, the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, the Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris, and the National Museum of Lebanon in Beirut. She was director of the American Institute for Yemeni Studies in Sanaa, Yemen from 1995–1997. She has published articles on the medieval architecture of Yemen, and served as editor of Studies on Medieval Yemen (2003) and Studies in the Archaeology of Yemen (2002), both in Arabic. Noha Sadek is currently writing a book entitled Rasulid Architecture in Yemen: Legitimacy and Power and is co-editing a book entitled Taizz Capital of Yemen (1229-1454). Entry: Free .

Dance Democracy - Where the mind is without fear at Arts Council
'Dance Democracy' is a dance event celebrating art for the masses. A realization of a cherished dream and personal belief that like all art forms, dance has its roots in the masses and that those who master this art owe it to the common folk to present the craft to them as acknowledgment of its true ownership. 'Dance Democracy' will showcase diverse dance styles by a diverse group of dancers including some celebrated names in the field of dance in Pakistan. Dance forms that will be presented include the Indian Classical, Traditional Sufi and Folk Dance.
The venue of the event is the Arts Council of Karachi. This and the ticket costs are to maintain the element of easy access for the common man . Ticket costs: Rs. 200 - The ticket costs will be used for funding of various artists who are not able to earn well through their respective fields.
Date: 11th October 2014: Time: 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm.

First Fridays: Open Mic Night at T2F
Join us at T2F on the first Friday of September 2014 for an open mic session featuring emerging talent. T2F’s First Fridays Open Mic is a platform for musicians, poets, and comedians to perform, improvise and experiment in an informal setting. Performers do not need to pre-register. Just show up with your voice, instruments, and props. Look for our host, Meriam Shabbir, who will put your name down on the list.Musicians get 15 minutes/3 songs and everyone else gets 10 minutes.Registration will commence at 6:45 pm and close at 8:00 pm. Entry is free. Donations are appreciated! . TAKE A TOUR OF T2F>

Saturday Stories every Saturday from September 13 to November 1st at Liberty Books
Drama Mama and Liberty Books bring to you a series of exciting story telling sessions every Saturday from September 13 to 01 November at Liberty Books outlet next to BBQ Tonight.
Do you want to hear a story? Who doesn't like a story? Let's read out loud and enjoy the stories with interesting props and music.Story Telling Sessions would be based on different themes.
For theme details have a look on the event page. 

Wedding Choreography by Bodybeat
BBRC brings the most fabulous Wedding Choreography Packages to help make all your wedding dreams come true. BodyBeat offers the perfect combination of Song Selection & Choreography, Senior & Assistant Wedding Choreographers, Personalized dance practices at your residence, Bride & Groom mehndi entries Props and Costumes, Stage Design & Setting and Performances by the BodyBeat Dance Troupe and much more.

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