happenings this month Things To Do For The Weekend 24 - 26 March
Things To Do For The Weekend 24 - 26 March
Updated on 23 March 2023

The weekend is almost here and it is the first weekend of the Holy Month of Ramadan.

With restaurants around Dubai as well as homes dedicating this month to togetherness and family, nothing is better than spending some quality time over this weekend with loved ones.

This joyous time should be spent doing joyful things, and Dubai once again does not let down this weekend, with a variety of events for all to enjoy. Be it attending a comedy show to visiting a Ramadan Market, here are some things to do this weekend.

Mind2Mind Connected

When 24 March

Where Theatre by QE2

Ever wondered what the people around are thinking? The Dubai-based couple James and Marina can tell you, with their spectacular mentalist show. This is the perfect opportunity to watch the couple who have also appeared on 'America's Got Talent' and got the golden buzzer 'Ukraine's Got Talent's', amaze with this mind blowing performance. Prices start at Dhs 150.



Andrei Beburishvili Live

When 24 March

Where The Theatre at Mall of the Emirates

Get ready for a brilliant comedy set by the amazing Russian stand-up comedian and TV host, Andrei Beburishvili. The comedian is known for bringing his hilarious wit and humour to all his performances and has since made his mark by becoming a resident on the Russian television show, 'Comedy Club'. Prices start at Dhs 260.



Qanun: Revival

When 25 March

Where Theatre of Digital Art

The youngest player of the Firdaus Orchestra, Lara Zaid, is set to put on a spectacular show, playing the soothing tunes on the Qanun. The instrument can be traced to the Old Assyrian Empire and is rooted in Middle Eastern tradition. The performance held during the Holy Month of Ramadan will make the show all the more magical. Prices start at Dhs 150.



Rob Van Vuuren

When 25 March

Where Movenpick JBR Dubai

Add some laughter and joy to the weekend, with an amazing comedy set by Rob Van Vuuren. The brilliant award-winning South African comedian, with over 20 years of experience in the comedy circuit, will share his hilarious take on life during the pandemic, dating and more. Ticket prices are set at Dhs 160.



Dubai Collection Nights

When 25 to 31 March

Where Cinema Akil

The week-long Dubai Collection Nights event begins this weekend and will showcase a series of art collections from artists around the world. Held for the first time in Dubai, delight in exhibitions, film screenings and visiting amazing studios. To attend, register online.



Ramadan Wonders 

When Till 21 April

Where Global Village

Global Village, the one-stop destination for family entertainment, is bringing all the fun for the Holy Month of Ramadan. Delight in shopping from multiple pavilions, Ramadan performances, a 30-piece orchestra playing and a light show. Entry tickets are priced at Dhs 15 when bought online and Dhs 20 at the gate, with the park will be open from 6pm to 2am during Ramadan.



Hai Ramadan

When Till 25 April

Where Expo City Dubai

Make the Holy Month of Ramadan a special one with amazing activations at Expo City Dubai. Visitors can enjoy storytellers narrating folk tales and stories on cultures, religion and morality, shows at Al Wasl Plaza from mascots Rashid and Latifa, workshops and games. Entry is free and timing during Ramadan, running from 5pm to 2am.



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