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

With the second weekend of March rolling in and after the 12 months we are having, every bit of free time we have should be enjoyed and welcomed. With fun events and things to do still happening around us, sitting around can be crossed off the to do list.

The Laughter Factory 'Home Invasion'

When 11 March

Where Zoom

For the first time, The Laughter Factory is hosting a comedy show via Zoom. With comedians Danny O'Brien, Damian Clark, George Zach and Stephen Grant, the show is definitely going to end with hysteric laughs.

www.thelaughterfactory.com

The Salt of Tears

When Till 11 March 

Where Alserkal Avenue

Directed by award-winning, Philippe Garrel, the screening of the film will be its Gulf premiere. The story will follow a boy that moves to Paris to follow his dreams and ends up falling in love.

www.cinemaakil.com

Short + Sweet Theatre 

When 12 and 13 March

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

Yoga At Topgolf Dubai

When 12 March

Where Topgolf Dubai

Enjoy a yoga session at Topgolf Dubai every Friday. Get an early start to your weekend by focusing on your health followed by a healthy snack. First-time visitors get a free goodie bag. Individuals are encouraged to bring their own mats and towels.

www.shimis.com

Laughter Nights With Varun Grover

When 12 March

Where Emirates Theatre

Writer, poet and stand up comedian, Varun Grover's comedy show will have a mix of laughs, politics, personal stories and more that will have you giggling through the night.

www.ae.bookmyshow.com

Terra – The Sustainability Pavilion

When Till 10 April

Where Expo 2020

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

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