happenings this month Things To Do For The Weekend 7 - 9 January
Things To Do For The Weekend 7 - 9 January
Updated on 07 January 2021

With another weekend on our doorstep, it is time for some fun and enjoyment after a busy week back to work. The New Year celebrations have finished, but it doesn't mean the fun has come to an end, and there is a heap of events constantly happening in the UAE. Pick your favourite and enjoy with family and friends.

Alan Walker Concert

When 7 January

Where Coca Cola Arena

Global sensation DJ Alan Walker is coming to Dubai and this socially distanced concert is a great event to attend this week. With over 15 billion streams and playing all his greatest hits, you will definitely not want to miss this highly anticipated performance.

The Laughter Factory

When 7 – 8 January 2021

Where Mövenpick JBR

The Laughter Factory is back for their January 2021 tour with an amazing line up of comedians, Esther Manito, Stephen Grant and John Fothergill. You will surely be laughing the night away!

www.thelaughterfactory.com

Muraqqabat Market

When Till 30 January

Where Al Muraqqabat Road

As part of the Dubai Shopping Festival festivities, Muraqqabat Market is a fun event for the family. There will be live entertainment for all as well as fun activities for the little kids.

The Hub Wonderland

When Till 14 January

Where Quranic Park

For all the foodie lovers out there, this event is for you. The parking lot of Quranic Park has been transformed into hub filled with great food eateries, ranging from sushi to dessert.

www.thehub.ae

Cigna Park Run Village

When 9 January

Where Barsha Pond Park

Cigna is kicking off the new year to a great start with the Cigna Park Run Village that is motivating people to get up and run and are also offering some fun workouts for all. The event is open to everyone.

www.cignaparkrun.com

Classic French Films

When 10 January

Where Alliance Française Dubai Theatre

Alliance Française Dubai Theatre is playing classic French films every week at 7pm. This week the film is ‘Casque d’Or’ is a classic old film from 1952, directed by Jacques Becker, which is a story about an ill-fated love affair.

www.afdubai.org

Fab Road Trip

When Till 15 February

Where Alliance Française, Oud Metha

Fabrice Vallez, a Dubai based resident, is showcasing his paintings and sculptures at Alliance Française Dubai. His stunning artwork will leave you wanting more.

www.afdubai.org

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