Al Habtoor Theatre is now open for venue hire

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Al Habtoor Theatre is now open for venue hire

Fan of La Perle by Dragone? Now you can use the incredible high-tech venue for your very own private event.

Al Habtoor Theatre, where the ground-breaking show is performed, is now available for hire, making it the coolest, most interesting place to host events in the region.

The theatre can be used for a range of social and corporate events include product launches, award ceremonies and performances, with a dedicated pre-function area for receptions of up to 1,000 people alone.

The magnificent auditorium features 1,288 seats, a state-of-the-art lighting and sound system and an innovative 860sqm stage.

Situated just off Sheikh Zayed Road, on the banks of the Dubai Water Canal, Al Habtoor Theatre is easily accessible, whichever direction you’re coming from.

It’s also surrounded by five-star hotels including Habtoor Palace, LXR Hotels & Resorts, V Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton and Hilton Dubai Al Habtoor City, so guests have a range of luxurious rooms on the doorstep to choose from.

“Al Habtoor Theatre is not only versatile, but visually stunning in so many ways,” said Mohammed K Al Habtoor, Vice-Chairman & CEO of Al Habtoor Group. “As one of the most hi-tech theatres in the world, we can offer customers a venue that will fit a wide range of needs. Every guest who has entered the theatre so far has been enthralled and we look forward to showing just what else the space can do.”
Available for hire now. Al Habtoor City, Sheikh Zayed Road. For booking and enquiries please contact events@laperle.com or (04 437 0037).

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