VALENTINES

    love is in the air

    La Fontaine is the ideal setting for you and your loved ones this Valentines. Indulge in a sumptuous dinner amid a live piano performance. Share a dreamy night with a special person in Bahrain’s most romantic restaurant, with a special menu prepared for the evening.
    Mina the Japanese pianist will be playing some romantic pieces by Liszt, Elgar, Martini and Opera Arias.

    Wednesday, 14th February
    Dinner, with our special set menu starts at 7PM, Piano at 8PM
    BD 25+ per person or BD 45+ per couple


      MOVIE NIGHT

      tango

      A dangerous love affair inspires the director Carlos Saura to create the most spectacular and boldly seductive dance film ever made. This is a stunning movie, the score is dynamic-beautifully written and magnificently performed.
      The color is gorgeous, bright, subdued, subtle, stunning-broad of range and magnificent. The dancing is incredible! Add to this the magnificent variety of tango, and you have an undeniable winner!

      Tuesday, 20th February, 8 PM
      10 BD+
      Film ticket’s value can be used as credit at the restaurant on the same evening


        WARLUKURLANGU

        artists of yuendumu

        The artworks come from Warlukurlangu Artists of Yuendumu, a cooperative of Aboriginal artists living in the very centre of Australian continent. They have been producing marvelous paintings for almost 25 years. Their art has been seen in New York and many Americans cities, as well as across Europe ,and more recently in India , Singapore and in Bahrain at La Fontaine.
        Warlukurlangu Artists are recognized as some of the founders of the world-wide Australian Aboriginal desert art movement, often called “dot painting” These artists are renowned for their sophisticated use of color, and the way they illustrate their mythical stories of the earth’s creation.
        Opening night will be animated by The Right Fusion Franky on the Saxophone, Ahmed on Dijurido, Roland on the Key Board and Jason on Guitar

        Friday 16th March 2018, 6 PM
        Dinner and Band, 8 PM
        Price BD 30+ (10% discount until 20th February)


          MOVIE NIGHT

          rabbit-proof fence

          Rabbit-Proof Fence is a 2002 Australian drama film directed by Phillip Noyce based on the book Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence by Doris Pilkington Garimara. It is loosely based on a true story concerning the author's mother Molly, as well as two other mixed-race Aboriginal girls, who ran away from the Moore River Native Settlement, north of Perth, Western Australia, to return to their Aboriginal families, after being placed there in 1931.
          The film follows the Aboriginal girls as they walk for nine weeks along 1,500 miles (2,400 km) of the Australian rabbit-proof fence to return to their community at Jigalong, while being pursued by white law enforcement authorities and an Aboriginal tracker.

          Tuesday, 13th March, 8 PM
          10 BD+, film ticket’s value can be used as credit at the restaurant on the same evening


            BREATH OF POETRY

            art exhibition by Simeen Farhat

            Like birds, my sculptures, too, move in space or perch somewhere. Eloquent words in many languages, by Eastern and Western poets, writers and philosophers, or my own written inspirations.
            My beloved late father, who was quite well versed in Urdu, Farsi and English, and with a fanatic love for Ghalib’s poetry, played a tremendous role in the shaping of my current body of work. Awaiting his migration to the next world during the final years of his life, he would often communicate with his family and friends using verses of poetry from various poets about philosophical questions.

            Simeen and La Fontaine will be donating 20% of the art sales towards the Think Foundation www.thinkinc.me | www.thinkincfoundation.org


              LIFE JOURNEY

              fereshte shishine

              Fereshte Shishine is an accomplished artist who has studied with various masters and who has a degree in art from the Academy of Fine Arts in Tehran. Fereshte enjoyed the very detailed work and, in particular, the poetry and intricacy of Persian miniatures. In her mid-teens, Fereshte Shishine moved to Europe where she developed her skills in still-life, portrait, landscape and etching. Throughout the years she has been living and working across Europe and participated in many collective and individual exhibitions.

              The exhibition is now open to the public 6 days a week (closed Mondays).


                SPA SPECIAL

                special offer

                La Fontaine Spa is located within La Fontaine Centre of Contemporary Art, a historical monument in the heart of Manama that also houses art galleries, an international restaurant, conference facilities, and a Pilates & Yoga studio.
                We welcome you to our spa with a special offer to celebrate the arrival of our Biodroga Skin Care Products. Biodroga is a German brand of innovative and holistic skincare, with a range of products for the repair, vitalization, age protection and oxygenation of the skin.

                Come in a group of six for the price of five, one body treatment of your choice from the spa menu.
                175 BD with 50 BD restaurant voucher to be used in the restaurant or spa terrace.


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