A senior official at the National Council for Culture, Arts and Letters (NCCAL) has highlighted the significance of the British Cultural Week to be held later this month for boosting bilateral ties. The NCCAL organizes the British Cultural Week, 9-14 November, in cooperation with the British Council in Kuwait, NCCAL assistant Secretary General for culture sector Mohammad Al-Asousi said in a press statement.
The event will offer a multitude of activities that manifest a new era of performance and visual arts, music and poetry, Al-Asousi said. He emphasized the NCCAL's major role in the intellectual, cultural and artistic development in Kuwait, within the framework of an obvious vision to promote culture and arts. In addition, the NCCAL is working hard to consolidate cultural ties with other countries.
For his part, British Council country Director Grant Butler said the event is part of commitment to push ahead bilateral cooperation in culture and arts. He referred to partnership between the British Council and the NCCAL, based on a belief in collective action through culture to inspire creativity via the exchange of ideas.