The week's best Dubai events and other things to do in Dubai this week and weekend, including deals at Dubai restaurants, bars, spas, cinema and more.
Sure, five of the seven days are supposed to be 'work, sleep, repeat', but frankly we see 16 hours either side of your 9-5 that need filling with fun things to do. So, round-up, because this is your ultimate guide to the week and weekend ahead, with the latest events, deals, sports, film releases and more.
World-famous house DJ act 2ManyDJs will be taking to the decks at Base nightclub in d3 tonight. The Belgian double act have lit up the dance scene since the mid ’90s, and along with alter-ego act Soulwax have released five studio albums between 1996 and 2017. If you’re a house fan, you won’t want to miss this.
Time Out Dubai’s Beach Club of the Year’s regular Friday party, Ritual, is headlined today by French house DJ and producer Sébastien Léger. Expect some cracking techno, house, funky tunes and hit singles including Hit Girl, Hypnotized and Aqualight.Head here early to make the most of the day by the pool in the winter sun and partying on the beach, too.
New York funny woman Carmen Lynch will be leading a top bill for one of The Laughter Factory’s most ambitious tours yet – eight gigs in eight days. It starts tonight at the Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach at 9pm. Joining Lynch on the tour is Mark Nelson and Luke Toulson, so get ready for some belly laughs. Various locations, www.thelaughterfactory.com.
The spa, a specialist in natural, organic and chemical free treatments, is offering a “bring a friend” deal this winter so you can both experience the super-hydrating Yon-ka Hydracool facials for the price of one. Two facials therefore come in at Dhs490 this winter. Dhs490. Daily 10am-8.30pm. Until March 31 2018.
The best players on the planet will be in Dubai to compete for their share of a US$1 million (Dhs3.6 million) prize fund. Can last year’s men’s singles winner Viktor Axelsen of Denmark hold onto the title for another year? Ticket prices to be announced.