Things to do in Dubai this week - Mesmerising theatre magic, food trucks, work it out with a dance cardio and more...

Things to do in Dubai this week - Mesmerising theatre magic, food trucks, work it out with a dance cardio and more...

Look no further; here are all the things for you to do this week

Sunday Sessions

For the old school, the young blood, and those that are only just discovering the beauty of house music. Remember the first moment you heard house? Bring back those memories with funky, vocal and uplifting house with DJ Natalie Brogan and DJ Danny Whitlock, and Matt West Music on Sax. Call 800-58259.

5 November, 8pm
Lucky Voice, Grand Millennium Hotel
Booking recommended

Munch Mondays

An enjoyable afternoon of learning, socialising and savouring freshly created Arabic, Continental and Chinese dishes from the new menu.
Led by in-house Sous Chef Rajender Singh and hosted by Nazia Amberene, a School of Culinary and Finishing Arts (SCAFA) certified professional, this fun-filled series of workshops will take participants step-by-step through the process of preparing gourmet 3-course meals easy to try out at home.

6 November, 11am-1pm
Crystal Room, Dunes Hotel Apartments (Oud Metha)
Dhs 100 includes workshop fees + welcome drink + 3-course meal

Movie Night

Snuggle with a movie under the stars, just in time to celebrate the cool outdoor ambience. Enjoy three of the best movies that are sure to put you on a throwback mood. On 5 November, enjoy romantic drama film Casablanca and watch the timeless classic When Harry met Sally on November 6. urbanoutdoorcinema.com

Sunday and Monday, 7:30pm
Habtoor Grand Resort, Autograph Collection
Dhs 75 per person.

Trucker’s Carnival

Wondering where to spend your quality time with family and friends? Enjoy LA style food trucks and decadent food while relaxing in the cool breeze of Dubai. Truckers DXB is coming up with Truckers Carnival at Ibn Battuta mall. Call 04-3909999.

1-15 November
Ibn Battuta Mall
Free entry

Romeo & Juliet

This contemporary production of Romeo & Juliet follows the story of two wealthy families; enemies through error and pride, although the cause long forgotten. Their rivalry, dutifully kept alive by the naivety and misplaced passion of youth, drives the story through a rollercoaster of emotions and tragic events. Email oeldahshoury@aus.edu

7-10 & 12-14 November, 7pm
American University of Sharjah
Dhs 50 per person

Hip-Hop Cardio

Hip-hop cardio is a fun and effective way to burn calories and get your heart pumping. This high-impact cardio workout engages the entire body and helps you build muscle tone. Incorporating hip-hop dance into your exercise routine will increase your energy levels and improve your overall physical fitness. Call 052-7776953.

9 November
Train Strength & Fitness, Al Quoz
Dhs 100 per session

Mandela Trilogy

The story of one of the world's most iconic figures, Nelson Mandela, is brought to the stage in this epic and original musical tribute. Presented by a cast of over 30 performers, with three different incarnations of Mandela, the contrasting phases of his journey are recreated through strikingly divergent styles of music including traditional Xhosa choral music, the jazz and jive dancing of the 1950s township music halls, struggle songs of the 1980s and the liberation music of the 1990s. dubaiopera.com

9 November, 8pm
Dubai Opera
Tickets start from Dhs 250

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