happenings this month Things To Do For The Weekend 23 - 25 September
Things To Do For The Weekend 23 - 25 September
Updated on 23 September 2021

There are more and more things to do each day in Dubia and with Expo 2020 on the horizon, the activities and opportunities will be endless. This weekend is another packed weekend, with something for everyone to do with friends and family. From shopping for your home at the Dubai Home Festival to laughing the night away with The Laughter Factory, here are some fun activities to do this weekend.

Ryder Cup Live

When 24 and 26 September

Where Spike Sports Bar and Terrace

Spike Sports Bar and Terrace, situated at Emirates Golf Club is offering guests with a fun outing to watch the Ryder Cup live. The match will see Europe and the USA compete at Whistling Straits. Guests can delight in an offer for Dhs 95 to get a Spike Burger and a drink.

04-4179842

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September Laughter Tour

When 23 and 24 September

Where Grand Barsha Millenium Heights and Dukes The Plam, A Royal Hideaway Hotel

The Laughter Factory is back with their September tour and is set to send you into a frenzy of giggles. The September tour lineup will feature stand up comedians, Gabriel Rutledge, Rob Ryan and Danny O'Brien. On 23 September, the show will be held at the Grand Barsha Millenium Heights and on 24 September, the final show of the September tour will be held at Dukes The Plam, A Royal Hideaway Hotel.

www.thelaughterfactory.com

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Dubai Home Festival

When Till 30 September

Where Around Dubai

Enjoy a range of discounts and deals on furniture during the Dubai Home Festival. Get offers from some of the best international retail brands and local stores.

www.dubaihomefestival.com

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Shakespeare In Love Play

When 23, 24 and 25 September

Where The Junction

Based on the 1999 Shakespeare In Love film, The Greenroom, Dubai’s first youth theatre group will put on their own take during the play. The romantic comedy is a story about William Shakespeare, who meets his muse, Viola and is now pushed into a world with fighting, mistaken identities and love triangles.

www.ae.bookmyshow.com

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ARTE Market

When 24 September

Where Times Square Centre

The ARTE Makers Market, the longest-running alternative shopping destination in the UAE is back for a home edition designed for Dubai Home Festival. Delight in some amazing furniture pieces for your home and kitchen with collections by local designers.

www.arte.ae

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Mamma Mia 

When Till 25 September

Where Dubai Opera

The Mamma Mia show live at Dubai Opera will feature some of the greatest hits performed by ABBA. The play will focus on the story of a daughter and her mother and her search for her father out of three choices. The tour will be performed by a cast from London's West End.

www.dubaiopera.com

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