8 great things to do in Dubai this week

The world’s most-travelled electro-music party heads back to Dubai on November 10. Sensation has played out on every continent across 34 countries and 42 cities, and this Friday will head back to Meydan Racecourse with an impressive line-up of acts. Mr White, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano and Steve Angello are just a few of the DJs set to perform.
When: Friday, November 10
Where: Meydan Dubai
Price: From AED440

Plus Minus presents NTFO
The Romanian electro duo bring their unique style to Bridgewater DXB. Having had their tracks picked up by high-profile DJs around the world in 2010, NTFO were in demand and have since become a permanent fixture on the house music scene.
When: 9pm-3am, Friday, November 10
Where: Bridgewater DXB, JW Marriott Marquis
Contact: +971 56 921 848,

Russel Kane live
The energetic British comedian – all pirouettes and skips – is in Dubai for a one-off show at the Madinat Theatre. Think of a cross between the everyman observations of Michael McIntyre and the frenetic absurdity of Lee Evans and you’re somewhere close to his manic, rapid-fire act.
When: Friday, November 10
Where: Madinat Theatre, Madinat Jumeirah
Price: From AED195

Party in the Park
Liam Gallagher is the headline act for 2017’s Party in the Park. The bill also sees British dance legends The Chemical Brothers pumping up the crowds with an energetic set that’s sure to feature “Hey Boy Hey Girl” and “Push The Button”.
When: 2pm-12am, Friday, November 10
Where: Media City
Price: From AED395

Angham Live
The Egyptian superstar singer and actress comes to Dubai for a live show, in which she will be backed by an orchestra led by Hani Farhat. It is now exactly 30 years since she burst onto the scene as a teenager, embarking on a career that has seen her earn plaudits for both her voice and her on-screen charm. You’ll no doubt hear tracks such as “Sidi Wesalak” and “Omri Maak”.
When: Friday, November 10
Where: Dubai World Trade Centre
Price: From AED195
Al Sawaber
A solo exhibition from Kuwaiti artist Tarek Al Ghoussein that seeks to document forgotten, abandoned spaces, dealing with themes of nostalgia, neglect, destruction and the happy aesthetic accidents of discovery. The result are richly textured images of damage, deterioration and decay – and the obvious contrast with the space’s intended original purpose as a place of security and comfort.
When: November 5- January 20
Where: The Third Line Gallery

Kebab Festival
Running all November, Emirati Restaurant Seven Sands is hosting a Kebab Festival in which they will offer a variety of grilled treats – look out for the likes of the Seven Sands Beef Kebab marinated with the finest Arabic spices; the Roubian Kebab with shrimp, lemon, coriander and sweet chilli paste; or how about the Camel Kebab with Arabic masala, saffron and tomato?
When: Until November 30
Where: Seven Sands, The Beach
Contact: website

Murder on the Orient Express
Kenneth Branagh, Penélope Cruz, Willem Dafoe, Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer… the cast for this Agatha Christie tale ought to be enough to tempt you in.
In cinemas from November 9

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