happenings this month Award-Winning Comedian Omid Djalili To Perform At Dubai Opera
Award-Winning Comedian Omid Djalili To Perform At Dubai Opera
Updated on 29 September 2020

It’s going to be a big night for fans of British-Iranian comedian Omid Djalili as he brings his acclaimed ‘The Good Times’ comedy tour to Dubai in November.

The award-winning actor and comedian will be performing at Dubai Opera on Saturday, 7 November from 8pm onwards, and early bird tickets are available until Monday, 12 October.

Having won several awards for his stand-up comedy, Djalili has also appeared in several movies including the smash hit Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again, and the television series The Letter for the King on Netflix.

Known primarily for his razor-sharp wit and expertly crafted cultural observations, look forward to a night of giggles as the comedian brings down the house with his original material.

Dubai Opera has several safety measures in place so guests can be completely at ease during the whole night. Social distancing will have to be maintained and face masks need to be worn at all times inside the auditorium.

Early bird tickets are now available with a choice to add one of Dubai Opera’s hospitality packages for a discount of 20 per cent. Standard ticket prices start from AED 195.

Don’t miss it!

For more information or reservations, visit Dubai Opera’s website

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