Grab a fork – the biryani feast begins or see Sander Van Doorn live
Time Out Dubai staff
Things to do on September 11:
Grab a fork – the biryani feast begins!: Antique Bazaar launches its biryani festival, which offers a special menu of biryani recipes for a limited time this month. Prices vary. Daily 7.30pm-3am. Until September 27. Four Points by Sheraton Bur Dubai (04 397 7444).
View art, eat popcorn:
Head to this one night exhibition to launch Capsule Art’s new collection. There will be live music from UAE music collective Freshly Ground Sounds, gourmet popcorn from Sunny’s Pop and much more. Free. Capsule Arts, Warehouse A2, Street 4, Al Quoz 3 (04 388 1799).
Hit the streets for a workout:
Try a new outdoor workout that uses your natural environment and calisthenics (jumps, kicks, lunges, push-ups, and so on). Sign up online. Free. Sun, Tue, Thu 7pm. Ongoing. SkyDive Dubai, Dubai Marina, www.meetup.com/street-workout-extreme-calisthenics (no number).
Treat your ears to hardcore house: Fans of underground house music won’t want to miss this House Nation event featuring Scott Da Funk Harris and Yasin Valimula. Free. 10pm-3am. Kings Nightclub, Armada Hotel, Al Barsha (056 1406 522).
See Sander Van Doorn live: The popular Dutch trance DJ is back in Dubai so get ready to put your hands in the air and dance to trance, house and electro. Dhs100. 11pm-3am. People by Crystal, Raffles Dubai, Oud Metha (056 175 1010).