Watch the quarter-finals or see a Cirque du Soleil-style show
Time Out Dubai staff
Rugby World Cup quarter finals: Emirates Golf club is a great place to watch the rugby – it’s free to enter, seating is on a first-come, first-served basis, there are plenty of screens, cash bars and an à la carte menu as well as a breakfast buffet. Bring a group of friends and pay Dhs675 for a reserved table of 10, with 24 bottles of hops and two platters of food. Free entry. Matches kick off at 9am and 11.30am. Emirates Golf Club (04 380 2222).
Explore Al Quoz on an arty walk:
Join local gallery thejamjar on a two-hour walk through Al Quoz to record the journey and help build a better understanding of Dubai’s new art hub. Register via the email below. Free. 10am. Thejamjar, behind Dubai Garden Centre, Al Quoz, firstname.lastname@example.org (04 341 7303).
Saturday roast at 25/55 Café Bistro:
This traditional dinner offers meat carved at the table, served with all the accompaniments. Dhs170 (soft drinks); Dhs220 (selected house beverages). 7.30pm-10.30pm. Ongoing. Dubai Yacht Club, Dubai Marina (04 362 7955).
Grind this Saturday night: Saturday night regular Grind will blast you with reggae, R&B, hip hop and dancehall tunes. Drinks deals include short drinks for Dhs20, two for one on selected drinks and 50 per cent off for Face card holders. Free. 9pm-3am. Ongoing. Catwalk, Golden Tulip Al Barsha (055 552 3507).
See a Cirque du Soleil-style show: Entitled Cirque du Souq, this Arabian-inspired aerial and acrobatic stage performance and dance extravaganza stars American Cirque du Soleil performer Stacey Carlson. Dhs185. From 8pm. Until October 8. First Group Theatre, Souk Madinat Jumeirah (04 366 6546).