happenings this month Things To Do For The Weekend 18 – 20 February
Things To Do For The Weekend 18 – 20 February
Updated on 17 February 2021

Weekends are the highlight after a busy week, where we all look forward to just having fun. With restrictions still in place, it can get stressful for those that work at home and want to get a break over the weekend. Make sure to check these fun events out for a break from a monotonous weekend in front of the television.

Metropolis Film Screening

When Till 20 February 

Where Alserkal Avenue

For all the movie fanatics out there, Cinema Akil at Alserkal Avenue is hosting a movie screening of the 1927 German silent sci-fi film called ‘Metropolis’.

www.cinemaakil.com

The IFZA Gold Cup

When Till 5 March

Where Al Habtoor Polo Resort and Club

One of the highly anticipated tournaments at Al Habtoor Polo Resort and Club, the IFZA Gold Cup will see an 18-goal handicap competition.

www.dubaipologoldcup.com

Short + Sweet Theatre 

When 19 and 20 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

Winter Carnival

When Till 25 February

Where Zabeel Park

With summer approaching, all those that still want to hold on to winter can now do so at Zabeel Park. Have some winter fun before we transition into warm summer weather and say goodbye the Dubai winter.

04-3986888

Dubai World Cup Carnival

When 18 February

Where Meydan Racecourse

If you love horse racing, the Dubai World Cup Carnival is on this Thursday. Watch horses and their jockeys from around the world as they make their way to the finish line.

www.dubairacingclub.com

Terra – The Sustainability Pavilion

When Till 10 April

Where Expo 2020

To all those that have been itching to get a glimpse into the wonderful creations of Expo 2020, can now go and visit the sustainability pavilion for a short period of time so do not forget to book your spot.

www.expo2020dubai.com

La Perle by Dragone

When 19 February

Where La Perle

Watch the stunning La Perle show with exquisite choreography and daring stunts. Created by director Franco Dragone, the show is bound to leave you in awe.

www.laperle.com

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