Things to do in UAE on March 28


Aloha Abu Dhabi

Beach festival with a line-up of musical performances, water sports, activities, fashion pop-ups, food trucks and a light, sound and fire show, at Al Muneera Beach Plaza, Al Raha Beach, 4-11pm, until April 1.


Zoo Zip & Climb

Emirates Park Zoo and Resort have debuted their new attraction for children and adults, covering the expanse of the petting zoo that houses more than 20 species of animals. Dh55 that permits two laps and Dh100 for one lap that covers two zones. Call 02-5069000

Mother of the Nation Festival

The festival offer’s a range of experiences through activities, performances, exhibitions, installations, workshops, food and beverages, at Abu Dhabi Corniche. Today’s highlight include Lulu Project, a collaboration between guitarist Kamal Musallam and Emirati band Sokoor Al Magabeel, performances at 7.20pm and 10.20pm. Open from 4-11pm, Sunday to Wednesday and 2pm to midnight, Thursday to Saturday, until April 4. Entry Dh20 per adult, and Dh10 for children upto 12, while children aged five and under are admitted free. +



A theatrical performance featuring 30 horses from The National Equestrian Academy of Versailles, performing at the Al Jahili Fort, Al Ain. Tickets from Dh50 for students and from Dh100 for adults. Last day. +


Movie Experience

Steigenberger Hotel Business Bay have introduced movie nights at The Backyard for those seeking to watch screenings in a cosy environment. This week its South Paw followed by The Walk. Dh25 per person, with unlimited popcorn and soft beverages, from 8pm. +

Shoal Sisters Ladies Night

Launch of the new night at Crab Tavern, Media One Hotel. Three free beverages for women, every Tuesday and Saturday from 5pm to close. Call 04-4207489. +

Navratri Special

A festival dedicated to the manifestations of a Hindu deity and celebrated with great fervour in India. Antique Bazaar at Four Points by Sheraton, Bur Dubai is hosting nine days of festivities where diners can indulge in a special Navaratri menu, until April 5. A la carte. Call 04-3977444

Art Of Iris

The fourth edition of the event presents a photography exhibiton by Celeste van Rooyen, at Iris Dubai, The Oberoi Dubai, from 7pm. Call 056-9511442


DJ Ruckus (Marquee – Las Vegas) headlines the night at VIP Room, JW Marriott Marquis, Business Bay. Doors open at 11pm. Call 052-8818888

Urban Pixels

An annual photo competition created to reflect the vibrancy of everyday life in Dubai. The competition’s three categories include active, urban and Life. Photos must be taken at Meraas’ destinations: City Walk, The Beach, Boxpark, Last Exit, The Outlet Village or Kite Beach, before April 12, with winning entries featured in a two-week exhibition at Boxpark on April 19, and on digital screens across all destinations. +

Tickle your taste buds

Three-course meal with pairings and hosted by Diane Joyaux Fabre, teaching the ways of the Fabre Montmayou winery, at Gaucho Dubai. Dh450 plus taxes. Call 04-4227898. +

Fire In Her Eyes Ladies Night

Ladies get four free beverages from 8pm to 12.30am. Happy hours from 5- 11pm. Music by Ron E Jaxx and 3GK, at 360, Jumeirah Beach Hotel. Call


Ladies Night at The Social Room

Three free beverages and 50 per cent off on selected snacks, every Tuesday from 8pm to 1am, at Marina Social, InterContinental Dubai Marina.


Tea for Two Tuesday

An afternoon catch-up bringing Indian flavors to the British tradition by offering guests a set menu served with karak chai. The set menu will include dal chawal arancini, semolina banana cake, and a chili potato sambousek served on a charlie. Call 04-3942556

Ladies Night at Cielo

Free flowing Spanish beverages for the ladies from 8-11pm, at Cielo Sky Lounge, The Dubai Creek Yacht Club. Doors open from 6pm. Call 04-4161800



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