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Things To Do This Week
Updated on 15 September 2019

So what's your plans ths week? Work, work and more work? It doesn't have to be though as Dubai is once again offering lots of different things for everyone to do. Whether you want to celebrate Mexican Independence Day, watch one of the children's favourite books performed on stage or see the social history of the UAE depicted in art form, there is absolutely no reason for you not at add a sprinkle of fun in to the working week.      

When: 15 To 18 September
Where: Puerto 99 And Meshico
Limited Edition Tacos For Dhs 20

At North Mexican restaurant, Puerto 99 and Central Mexican restaurant Meshico, you can enjoy a selection of limited edition tacos this week at Dhs 20 in honour of Mexican Independence Day. Enjoy live performances from the Norteños and Mariachi band, alongside the sizzling beats of the house DJs all week long.

When: 15 To 19 September
Where: Eggspectation
Mexican Independence Day

The Canadian all-day dining eatery, Eggspectation, has cooked up a special set menu with all things Mexican available for an entire week in celebration of the Día de la Independencia (Mexican Independence Day) which falls on Monday 16 September. Feast on a variety of traditional Mexican favourites such as tacos, Mexican style corn salad, fillet steaks and tortillas at just Dhs 75.
Call: 04-4307252

When: 16 September
Where: The Courtyard Playhouse
Bollywood Improvised

Enjoy the night of melodramatic Bollywood like performances by the talented actors who will on the spot create the most entertaining tales inspired from Bollywood movies including love stories, long lost siblings who meet again, family drama and a lot more. Get ready to be entertained.  Entry is free with registration. Call 055-9673927
www.courtyardplayhouse.com

When: 17 To 28 September
Where: Studio Seven Art Gallery
Photo Exhibition by Mobeen Ansari

Starting 17 September, renowned photojournalist and artist Mobeen Ansari is displaying his debut solo exhibition ‘Conversations Through Centuries’ at Studio Seven Art Gallery. This free to attend exhibition calls out all art and photography fans to explore his extraordinary collection of works that document various ethnic and religious communities living in Pakistan.
Call: 04-5587119

When: 18 September
Where: Dubai Opera
The Tiger Who Came To Tea Musical

Based on the bestselling children’s book by Judith Kerr, The Tiger Who Came To Tea, is being brought to life at Dubai Opera this week. The little ones will enjoy the whimsical show that tells the story of a little girl named Sophie, her mother and a tiger who unexpectedly shows up to their tea party. Entry starts at Dhs 110.
www.dubaiopera.com

When: 18 September
Where: Queen Elizabeth 2
Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience

Faulty Towers The Dining Experience returns to Dubai to perform on the QE2. The world’s most sought-after tribute to the BBC’s iconic TV series, this one-of-a-kind original has made its mark as an ‘outrageously funny’ night out. Putting audiences right at the heart of the action, this fantastic interactive show boasts fantastic performers to create an immersive experience unlike any other. Expect the unexpected in the show that’s 70% improvised! Entry starts from Dhs 375.
www.theatrebyqe2.com

When: 18 To 19 September
Where: Dubai Opera
Gladiator In Concert

Ridley Scott’s Oscar-winning 'Gladiator' masterpiece is going to be part of special cinema-orchestra mash-up at Dubai Opera . The Armenian State Orchestra performs Hans Zimmer and Lisa Gerrard's iconic film score with live vocal soloists and chorus. This classic movie will also be played at Dubai Opera. Tickets start from Dhs 175.
www.dubaiopera.com

When: From 18 September
Where: 1x1 Art Gallery, Alserkal Avenue
Alaa Edris Exhibition

Head to see the the art exhibition hosted by the Sharjah-born photographer and filmmaker Alaa Edris. Her artworks speaks a lot about the social history of the UAE from the perspective of a native. Alaa Edris graduated with a Fine Arts degree from the University of Sharjah and has been featured in exhibitions across the region and beyond. Entry is free.
www.1x1artgallery.com

 

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