See emotive Egyptian art or start the week with an Italian barbecue
Time Out Dubai staff
Sunday, January 5
See some emotive Egyptian art: This solo exhibition by Wael Darwesh comments on the change that brought about the Arab Spring. Until February 23. Gate Village Building 8, DIFC (04 386 2366).
Start the week with an Italian barbecue:
Every Sunday, savour tasty fish and meat grilled on the barbecue, Italian style. Dhs189 (soft drinks), Dhs239 (house beverages). 6pm-11pm. Rosso, Amwaj Rotana, JBR (04 428 3088).
Get hands-on at Sharjah’s Discovery Centre:
The kids will love this huge indoor play area that’s filled with seven different learning zones, packed full of hands-on activities and plenty of fun for all ages. If you’re after action and entertainment, you’ll enter a colourful arena exploring the dynamics of water, the five senses, the art of travel and the mechanisms of building. You can also become a star on TV, climb the wall and shop ’til you drop in the kids’ supermarket. There’s even a café where parents can relax with a coffee. Dhs10 (adults), Dhs5 (children), free for kids under three. Open Sun-Thu 8am-2pm, Fri-Sat 4pm-8pm. Ongoing. Al Dhaid Road, Sharjah, www.sharjahmuseums.ae (06 558 6577).
Redeem your Sundays on the dancefloor: New weekly club night Redemption Sundays promises heavy R&B on the floor. Free before midnight, Dhs60 for men after midnight. 10pm-3am. Gold Lounge, The Monarch Dubai (050 425 8623).
Get shopping! It’s the last chance to make the most of all of those savings (not to mention the fireworks displays at Festival City), because Dubai Shopping Festival ends today. Don’t miss the final fireworks display at 8pm tonight – the best seat in the house is on Al Seef Street in Bur Dubai. Until February 5. www.mydsf.ae.
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