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Things To Do For The Weekend 11 - 13 February
Updated on 11 February 2021

With another weekend dawning upon us and though there are restrictions in Dubai, it is still possible to find things to see and do safely. Head down to some of these places for a guaranteed good time.

Sanad Fun Run

When 12 February

Where Sustainable City

Sanad Fun Run is a great event for the family. Let the kids pick between 1 or 2 kilometres to walk and cheer them on from the sidelines. It is a great way for the kids to get a break for the daily monotony.

04-3475955

Iyad Rimawi 

When 11 and 12 February

Where Dubai Opera

Iyad Rimawi will take the stage at Dubai Opera to perform his melodious compositions in a show titled, 'Love Letters to Damascus'.

www.dubaiopera.com

Emirates Airlines Literature Festival

When 11 and 12 February

Where Alserkal Avenue

To all the book lovers out there, head down to Alserkal Avenue for the last weekend of the Emirates Airlines Literature Festival. With workshops, sessions with authors and more, it is a great one to visit.

www.emirateslitfest.com

Between Heaven and Earth Screening

When Till 13 February

Where Alserkal Avenue

Cinema Akil is showcasing 'Between Heaven and Earth', a film that focuses on a divorced couple that finds out secrets that will change the course of their relationship. 

www.cinemaakil.com

Short + Sweet Theatre 

When 12 and 13 February

Where The Junction 

Short and Sweet are back again with their short 10-minute plays. The theme for the show depends on the actors, directors and scriptwriters with their talented performances.

www.shortandsweet.org

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