Alserkal Avenue set to launch nighttime exhibitions

Begin the winter season with some fascinating culture and free movies

Alserkal Avenue set to launch nighttime exhibitions

Kick off the winter season with a little bit of culture, because a brand-new, late-night art exhibition is coming to Dubai’s Alserkal Avenue later this month.

Alserkal Lates is coming to the arts district in Al Quoz, with the first of the season’s events taking place on Monday September 30 from 6pm until 10pm.

You’ll be able to say hello to a few new art concepts at the exhibition, get your hands on a bit of grub and immerse yourself in Dubai’s creative community.

And best of all, it’s completely free to attend for whichever of the nine different exhibitions you’d like to head to.

Meanwhile, this weekend will see Cinema Akil host a screening of 1979 post-apocalyptic masterpiece Stalker, a futuristic social commentary created by Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky. It’s completely free to attend, and all you need to do to catch the move at Warehouse 68 on Saturday afternoon is RSVP here.

Also, J. B. Priestley’s An Inspector Calls is heading to Dubai for the first time, being performed this month at The Junction between Tuesday September 10 and Friday 13. Tickets are on sale now for Dhs125.
Free. Mon Sep 30, 6pm-10pm. Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz (04 295 5000).

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