Bait Al Oud Visitor Experience
Visit the leading Arabic Music Academy in the region, the Arabic Oud House and immerse yourself in the history, traditions and practice of the main Arabic instruments like Oud and Qanoon. From 5 to 7pm. Dh50 per person.
Bait Al Gahwa
An in-depth exploration of Arabic coffee, Bait Al Gahwa presents each stage of preparing gahwa from roasting, cooling, grounding, to brewing the coffee. Each stage, including the serving phase, has a distinctive technique, traditional tools, and unique etiquette to the UAE. At Qasr Al Hosn. Open from 9am to 9pm. Tickets are Dh30 for adults and Dh15 for children.
Travel through the length and breadth of Asia as you explore flavours from across the continent. From Indian curries to Japanese delicacies, prepare for exotic ingredients at Le Vendome, at Emirates Palace. From 6.30 to 11.30pm.
In 2010, Fatiniza made a massive impact in the UAE local music scene and paved the way for female artists to stand shoulder to shoulder in the male dominated rock and metal genre. After having spent some time in Latin America, recording new music and performing all over the world, she is back in the UAE and set to showcase her new material including a brand new music video currently being filmed in Dubai. At The Fridge, Alserkal Avenue. Dh50. 7.30pm.
Movies Under the Stars
Have a fun and relaxing evening while watching movies in an open-air cinema every Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Tonight, it’s the iconic 1985 film ‘Back to the Future’ starring Michael J Fox and Christopher Llyod. At Habtoor Grand Dubai. Dh75. Movie starts at 7.30pm.
The Phantom of the Opera in Dubai
The world’s most popular musical makes its premiere in Dubai for a limited season. The Andrew Lloyd Webber blockbuster has won more than 70 major theatre awards, including seven Tony’s on Broadway and four Olivier Awards in the West End. It became the longest running show in Broadway history in 2006. Until Saturday at the Dubai Opera. Tickets start Dh350.
Cavalli Club 10th Anniversary
Cavalli Club Restaurant & Lounge will celebrate a decade in the UAE with a gala dinner, hosted by rapper and producer Fatman Scoop. Cavalli will be ramping up the entertainment all night with a cabaret show and free drinks for ladies until 4am.
Grow a Moustache, Get a Discount
Grow your moustache and beard this November, in honour of Movember, and all men with a moustache will get to enjoy a 50 per cent off on their total bill at The Croft, Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites. Until Thursday.
Best in Stand-Up with VDesi Laughs
Tune into a night of pure unfiltered stand-up comedy featuring acts from the best comedians in UAE including Miqdaad Dohadwala, Maher Bharwany and Liz Bains. At A Cappella, Palm Jumeirah. Dh60/ Show starts 9pm.
Marwan Rechmaoui: Slanted Squares
Curated by Zeynep Oz, this solo exhibition reflects the artist’s methodical study of cartography, demographics and urbanisation. The exhibition presents two series of works, a Sharjah Art Foundation commission and a group of drawings all centred around the construction of buildings. Until February 2 at Gallery 1 & 2, Al Mureijah Square, Sharjah Art Foundation. Entry free.
DUBAI FITNESS CHALLENGE ACTIVITIES
Try free horse-riding, or get moving with hip hop, karate, Zumba, Body Attack and more classes for the whole family. Weekdays from 6 to 10am and from 4 to 8pm. Until Saturday.
Part of DFC? Recycle your MonViso water bottles for good
MonViso, the Italian Alpine mineral water, has partnered with Dubai Fitness Challenge (DFC) this year for a powerful initiative that will allow Dubai residents and visitors to contribute towards a noble cause by joining the “Take Water. Give Life” initiative. The initiative aims to raise funds for Al Jalila Foundation - a global philanthropic organisation.
In-line with Dubai Fitness Challenge’s spirit of being in it, together, MonViso has placed recycling bins across the various Fitness Villages to ensure proper disposal of bottles, encouraging the community to band together and recycle. Participants will also be able to spot “MonViso gladiators” at these locations, who have been appointed to educate and assist the public in joining the program. By the end of the 30-day challenge, MonViso aims to collect a total of 150,000 bottles and convert them to fibre then turn it into T-shirts which they aim to sell. Proceeds will go to the Al Jalila Foundation.
Fitbit has teamed up with Dubai Fitness Challenge this year to introduce a special-edition watch-face for the 2019 challenge, available for free download on Fitbit Versa family and Ionic smartwatch ranges. The brand-new watch face will allow DFC participants to track their performance and monitor their overall fitness progress.
Surrounded by scenic views of the Arabian Gulf, stay active with free community classes ranging from yoga, HIIT, Zumba and bootcamps. From 8am to 9am until November 16.
The Great Dubai Pulse Ride
One for cycling lovers all over the city, choose a route of 5km, 10km or 20km and cycle with friends and family. The ride is free to join and is for all aged five years and older. The ride is open to the first 1,000 participants. On Friday from 7 to 11am. Register on website below.
Sign Up for Daman DXB SwimFest
Back for its second edition, the Daman DXB SwimFest is a mass participation swimming event open to amateur swimmers from across Dubai. Anyone over the age of eight can sign up for the different race categories. On Saturday at 6am, Dh315. Today is the last day for registration.