This new show at Children’s City, the educational theme park in the heart of Creek Park, aims to both entertain and educate the youth of the UAE. A daily show, which takes place in Children’s City’s state-of-the-art planetarium, takes audiences on an exciting journey through the human body, where they’ll also learn about friendship along the way. Children must be at least two years old to watch the show.
Where the global aviation world comes to do business The Dubai Airshow is one of the largest and most successful air shows in the world, connecting aerospace professionals across all areas of the industry to facilitate successful global trade. The 2017 event saw a 20% increase in trade visitors on 2015 with some 79,380 attending the exhibition and an order book of US $113.8 billion. The biennial event takes place at Dubai World Central, Dubai’s airport of the future. When completed, it will be the world’s largest airport with an ultimate capacity of more than 160 million passengers and 12 million tonnes of cargo per annum. Head down to the Dubai Airshow to check out the latest trends and technologies in the aviation industry.
Franco Dragone, the mastermind behind shows like The House of Dancing Water in Macau and Le Reve in Las Vegas, has created a show unlike any other in Dubai- La Perle. Dubai’s first resident show, La Perle will run for at least the next 10 years, with 10 performances a week taking place twice a night in a purpose-built theatre in the heart of Al Habtoor City. The aqua theatre uses state-of-the-art technology that produces waterfalls, torrents and rain on a floor that floods and drains within seconds. Expect to see 65 world-class performers from 23 countries performing breathtaking and extraordinary acts including acrobatics, contortion, flying, diving and even motorcycles defying gravity. With a story inspired by the spirit of Dubai, La Perle is a one-of-a-kind live show designed to capture the imagination of children and adults alike.
Dubai’s first resident show, La Perle will run for at least the next 10 years, with 10 performances a week taking place twice a night
In Atrium 6, see works by Mexican painter and craftsman Bernardo Rosendo. He is considered one of the most important artists in Olinala
The exhibition features 40 works of art by Dubai school children, aged between 10 and 13
Her photographs chronicle a personal yet hallucinatory view of life in the UAE
The works are comprised of organic and natural materials like rubber, cotton, spices, twigs, gold and natural dyes, spread across the room to varying effects
Starting 7 March, the series will be showcasing two works – ‘Emergent structures: relative noise, planar landscape and capital mass’ by Seher Shah
The Mountain, this March. The film, which is shown across five screens, was formerly part of a multi-sensory experience
Showcasing both new and site-specific works, the exhibition, titled ‘TIBE NOW: Free Drinks, Boots and Tickets to the Apocalypse