Also performed by the Russian State Ballet and the Orchestra of Siberia, this romantic ballet is about a peasant girl who dies of a broken heart after finding out the man she loves is already betrothed to someone else.
The Vienna Concert Verein orchestra take you back in time to the days of Viennese waltzes, and play the music of some of the greatest Austrian composers, including Johann Strauss, Franz Schubert and Franz Lehár.
This family-friendly show describes itself as “the most dangerous show Dubai has ever seen”. Fresh from its run in London’s West End, expect to see the world’s best illusionists performing death-defying stunts live on stage.
Love wings? So do the folks at The Huddle Sports Bar & Grill, and to celebrate these chicken delights, the bar is hosting a month-long festival devoted to them. Choose from 15 flavours – take it easy with mild orange and honey or ramp up the heat with spicy Buffalo. Dhs25 (eight wings). Daily noon-3am. Until September 30.
Cool off with a day at the pool and a two-course set lunch at The Burj Club. Enjoy views of the Burj Khalifa from the rooftop venue and tuck into a range of salads, sandwiches and tapas. Dhs195 (Sun-Thu), Dhs250 (Fri-Sat). Daily 6am-6pm. Until September 30.
The hugely popular amateur local music scene has a new regular spot, at Brunswick Sports Club.
Freshly Ground Sounds, one of the fastest growing community groups in the city, will take over the trendy sports bar every Monday in September, bringing their unique sound to the 'courtyard' area.
Operating an open-door policy for artists, the jamming sessions have grown to the point where numerous international artists have taken the chance to take to the pop-up stage. More than 75 musicians are currently on their roster.
For the new residency, they will perform a month of special indoor sessions with a different line-up each week. Kicking off at 6pm, it is free to attend and fuel will be provided by picnic-style bites from the awesome Brunswick kitchen.
The whole courtyard will be transformed to accommodate what promises to be a popular jam.