happenings this month Things To Do For The Weekend 1 - 3 July
Things To Do For The Weekend 1 - 3 July
Updated on 01 July 2021

June has now come to an end and new month has started, and what better than to mark the half way point of the year by enjoying all the fun activities Dubai has to offer. Once again, there is a whole heap of different things to get you busy and active with friends and family, ranging from the spectacular start of Dubai Summer Surprises to film screenings, comedy and the chance to meet the Smurfs! Here are some things you can check out this weekend.

Dubai Summer Surprises 12 Hour Sale

When 1 July

Where Malls around Dubai

Dubai Summer Surprises is officially back for the year and to make it even more special, enjoy a 12-hour sale starting from 10am to 10pm. The sale will offer 90% discounts on a variety of brands at Mall of the Emirates, City Centre Mirdif, City Centre Deira, City Centre Me'aisem, City Centre Al Barsha and City Centre Al Shindagha.

www.visitdubai.com

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Paris Belongs To Us

When 1 to 3 July

Where Cinema Akil, Alserkal Avenue

To all French movie lovers out there, Paris Belongs To Us is a must-watch. The story is based on a university girl who meets a group of friends that are haunted by a mysterious death after the end of the Second World War. The movie was directed by Jacques Rivette and is inspired by Shakespeare's play Pericles.

www.cinemaakil.com

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Tom and Jerry Cheese Town

When Till 30 July

Where Ibn Battuta Mall

Meet everyone's favourite frenemies, Tom and Jerry, at Ibn Battuta Mall. Enjoy watching clips of the iconic Tom and Jerry television show with a live mini-orchestra playing the music and sound effects along with the show. 

www.ibnbattutamall.com

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The Laughter Factory

When 1 and 2 July

Where Grand Millennium Barsha Heights and Grand Millennium Business Bay

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Laughter Factory with the final shows from their June tour. Laugh along to the hilarious jokes from stand-up comedians, Mike Marino, Mike Rice and Corey Michaelis. On 1 July, the show will be held at Grand Millennium Barsha Heights with the show on 2 July held at Grand Millennium Business Bay.

www.thelaughterfactory.com

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Regional Palette

When 2 and 3 July

Where The Theatre at The Mall of the Emirates

Happening for the first time in Dubai, Regional Palette is a brand new theatre festival that will feature short plays in four different Indian languages, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, and Malayalam. The production will focus on showcasing new talent and promoting diversity.

www.orbeventsuae.com

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The Smurfs

When Till 17 July

Where City Walk

City Walk is making children's dreams come true with a meet and greet with Papa Smurf and Smurfette. The Courtyard has been transformed and will feature a Smurfette beauty corner, Smurf house and Smurfs games to keep the little ones buzzing with excitement.

www.citywalk.ae

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