Feel festive by getting Nutcracker tickets or join chef Daniel Hofler
Time Out Dubai staff
See thought-provoking Egyptian art: New art exhibition ‘Hadutta Masriya’ at Mojo Gallery features three Egyptian artists, each telling the story of their home country before and after the recent Arab Spring. Until December 30. Mojo Gallery, Al Serkal Avenue, Al Quoz (04 347 7388).Join chef Daniel Hofler at The Terrace: The Park Hyatt Dubai welcomes the sous chef of the Grand Hyatt Berlin. Sample a menu of traditional German tapas, all made to be shared. Dhs220 (food only). Daily noon-1am. Until November 20. Park Hyatt Dubai, Deira (04 602 1234).Enjoy lunch at Glasshouse: Sustainable produce is served on an ever-changing lunch menu at this popular Deira dining spot. Dhs75 (two courses), Dhs95 (three courses). Sun-Thu 12.30pm-3.30pm. Ongoing. Hilton Dubai Creek, Deira (04 212 7551).
Listen to the exotic tones of the kanoun: Master musician Khalil Ghadri showcases his talent on the kanoun – a 72-string harp-like Arabic instrument. He’ll play alongside his sextet at this evening concert. Dhs50. 7.30pm. The Fridge, Street 26, Al Quoz (04 347 7793)
Feel festive by getting Nutcracker tickets: Tickets are now on sale for the festive performances of classic ballet The Nutcracker, performed by the Vienna Festival Ballet on December 15-17. Grab a copy of December’s issue of Time Out Kids to find out more. Dhs150-190. December 15-17. Ductac, Mall of the Emirates (04 341 4777), www.timeouttickets.com.