CULTUREWHAT'S NEW

In the spotlight

The Sharjah National Theatre group brings its acclaimed production, Majareeh, to the historic surrounds of Al Jahili Fort in Al Ain this month. With two performances set to take place on March 6 and 13, the Arabic-language play highlights the concept of being a slave to the self and to...
CULTUREWHAT'S NEW

Operatic favourites

March is another momentous month at Dubai Opera with a packed calendar promising everything from Latin beats to operatic classics. The Gipsy Kings return to Dubai on March 12 following a smash-hit show in 2019. Bringing yet another stellar act to its Music in the Studio series, Dubai Opera will...
ACTIVITIESWHAT'S NEW

Sporting action

One of the most important and prestigious events on the country’s sporting calendar, the HH President of UAE Polo Cup is renowned as a showcase for some of the best polo in the country. Set across 300 hectares of the Ghantoot Racing & Polo Club, the venue is an oasis...
ACTIVITIESWHAT'S NEW

Pop fever

Korean pop fever has officially hit Dubai. Set to take the emirate by storm, Coca-Cola Arena will host the city’s first K-Pop Super Concert on March 20. Featuring an incredible line-up of the world’s biggest K-pop acts, fans will be thrilled to see NCT 127, RGP, Laboum and Jun live...
ACTIVITIESWHAT'S NEW

Game on

The UAE capital announced last month that Abu Dhabi will host the first-ever Special Olympics UAE Games from March 19 to 22. More than 650 athletes with intellectual disabilities are expected to participate in the games. Teams will go head-to-head against each other at New York University Abu Dhabi in...
CULTUREWHAT'S NEW

The stage is set

The line-up for Abu Dhabi Festival 2020 has been announced. Beginning from March 31, some of the biggest names in classical music will descend on the capital to entertain audiences with soul-stirring performances. The Cleveland Orchestra opens the season with multi-award-winning British baritone, Sir Simon Keenlyside, followed by American cellist,...
CULTUREWHAT'S NEW

National heritage

The Mother of the Nation Festival returns to Abu Dhabi Corniche on March 26. Paying tribute to the living legacy of Her Highness Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, the event promises a wealth of experiences with nine days of workshops, art exhibitions, live music and a host of performances, well suited...
DINING

French-Vietnamese hotspot

Despite having only launched last month, Indochine has quickly established itself as Dubai’s latest dining hotspot, with the city’s most discerning diners flocking to check out the new kid on the block. Often fully booked for dinner, Indochine is now offering guests the opportunity to book in for lunch choosing either from the à...
DINING

Bombay Borough

An eclectic menu of Indian street food gets a unique twist at this newly-opened DIFC venue. Enjoy the likes of guntur podi chicken, haleem paté, aam papad paneer, ghost pepper wings and chargrilled shrimp. 04 3271555...
DINING

Asian feast

Offering exquisite flavours from across Asia, Ba – Boldly Asian at Fairmont The Palm brings the sweet, savoury and spicy tastes of Korea, Japan, China and Taiwan together. A recent revamp has given the venue an all-new look with a refreshed menu that’s sure to entice. Try the octopus dumplings,...
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