Darb Al Saai witnessed a number of theatrical performances presented by the Center for Theater Affairs, and they varied between puppet theater with its different tools, as well as theater activities targeting the family and children, in addition to traditional drama and operetta inspired by heritage, while a space has been allocated for puppet-making workshops from In order to engage children and make them interact with the techniques of this theatrical form.

The play ‘The World of 2030’ achieved a great turnout by the Darb Al-Saai audience. It is a play directed by Hanan Sadiq, written by Maha Hamid, and starring a group of distinguished artists. The story revolves around the Qatar Vision 2030, in an artistic way that suits the child and carries a set of messages, the most important of which is adherence to dreams and perseverance, and that hard work leads a person to his goals.

In press statements on the sidelines of the show, the actress Hanan Sadiq expressed her happiness at presenting a show for children during the National Day celebrations, and indicated that the show is directed to the entire family, even if it targets the child in particular. Being in the midst of a large number of audiences of all kinds, along with the fans of the World Cup, and she said that the work tells about a group of children who are taken on a journey through time, this journey teaches them many lessons, the most important of which is self-belief and the need to work and make efforts in all fields to achieve our dreams and development, Stressing that these ideas are passed on to children in a beautiful artistic way that relies on indirect indoctrination and cinema technology, through events that are displayed on the screen and contribute to enhancing the imagination of the recipient.


The theatrical performance “The World Cup Journey” presented by the Puppet Space Troupe, within the activities of the theater, was able to create an interesting festive atmosphere and turnout from children and their families. In this context, Samar Daher, a puppeteer and maker in the troupe, said that the play: “The World Cup Journey” deals with the fans’ journey from the workshop to the stadium to watch the match, and when they get there, it appears that they got tickets by mistake, to show that the puppet maker is the one who got the correct tickets to attend the World Cup, and the work combines the actor with the puppets,  It provides an educational, educational and entertaining message to children, so that they become familiar with the use of puppets.

By relying on the heritage, Darb Al Saai witnessed the presentation of a number of artistic paintings belonging to the Qatari heritage, which were directed by the artist Ibrahim Lari, relying on the creativity of the musician Matar Al-Kuwari, the choreography of Noura Al-Hajri, the distribution of the musician Muhammad Al-Marri, and the clothes of Aisha Al-Nuaimi. The work documents some of the heritage paintings from the legacy of childhood, which were developed and wrote their poems by Tayseer Abdullah, Abdul Rahim Al-Siddiqi, and the work presented by the Center for Theater Affairs in celebration of the National Day, produced by the Center for Cultural and Heritage Events, during which a number of children were hired to implement it.

While the Puppet Space Band has presented a series of workshops targeting children from 3 to 14 years old, which is a group of different puppets, from hand puppets to finger puppets, to stick puppets, according to the age group, as the Theater Affairs Center was keen to teach the child the mechanisms of moving dolls by choosing suitable objects from the environment.

The theater program at the Darb Al Saai activities included a group of distinguished works of art, the most prominent of which is the play “Al-Ghaba” written by Talib Al-Daws and directed by Nasser Abdel-Ridha, starring a group of artists, in addition to two operetta performances, the first entitled “The Tale of Science” deals with the story of the establishment of science Al-Qatari, written by Tayseer Abdullah and Abdul-Rahim Al-Siddiqi, and directed by Nasser Abdul-Reda. The second is entitled “Housh Al-Bayt”, written and directed by Saad Burshid, and deals with Qatari culture, as well as the “Hazawi” event presented by the artist, Hedaya Saeed, which is sideburns from Lol’s heritage, where she tells In an interesting theatrical style, stories from the Qatari heritage, as well as another play belonging to the puppet theater, which is (Achieve Your Dream), which shows how the family supports the ambition of its children.