Tarabzouni grew up in Dhahran, on the Gulf coast of Saudi Arabia. By Saudi standards, her family was pretty liberal. Unlike most Saudi girls and women, she didn’t cover her face when she left the house. Her family spoke English, and listened to Western music. ”My dad was a huge Led Zeppelin fan, he loved the Beatles,” she says.
RIYADH: Saudi musicians and bands performed at the German Embassy on Thursday night in the first cultural presentation of its kind to be held at the embassy. Ambassador Dieter W. Haller greeted 250 guests of various nationalities, including members of the English and Arabic press.
Saudi Arabia’s first woman to star in a theatrical play Listen RIYADH: Saudi Arabia is in a constant phase of transformation aimed at bringing about gender equality that allows women to occupy public spaces now, as opposed to in the past.
Saudi Arabia and Iran are at odds over most of the conflicts afflicting the region. Within Saudi Arabia there is an internal debate about whether continued tension is inevitable, or whether to pursue a rapprochement.
RIYADH: Saudi authorities on Sunday cancelled a charity concert by Egyptian pop sensation Sherine Abdel Wahab, which had been hailed as a boon for the ente The General Entertainment Authority said it cancelled the charity concert, slated for the end of October, after organisers failed to apply for the necessary license for the public event.
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RIYADH: Saudi entertainment chiefs have lined up a calendar of more than 5,000 events for the rest of 2018 in an unprecedented year of cultural and leisure activities. The General Entertainment Authority’s program for 2018, featuring a diverse lineup of live entertainment and events for families, young people and children, will be announced …
In April this year, Saudi Arabia held its first ever fashion week with designers including Jean Paul Gaultier and Roberto Cavalli showing collections. However, the Riyadh shows were not open to cameras and the audiences were strictly women only.