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West Side Story
Updated on 30 January 2017

Keep your cool as something’s coming straight from the urban streets of 1950’s America to the UAE. West Side Story will have its spectacular GCC premiere at Dubai Opera on the 14th February for five nights running until the 18th February. With matinee and evening performances available, this is the perfect Valentine’s Day treat! Ticket prices start from Dhs 250.

Visit www.dubaiopera.com.

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