La Perle by Dragone has launched a new family package

Get up to 60 percent off for the stunning aquatic show

La Perle by Dragone has launched a new family package

Calling all fans of theatre (and those who just love a good bargain).

If you haven’t had the chance to see the stunning aqua show La Perle by Dragone yet – or loved it so much the first time you want to experience it all over again – we have a deal for you.

From Friday July 26 until Wednesday July 31, families and groups of four to ten people can get their hands on Gold tickets for just Dhs299 – which usually come in at Dhs840 per person, meaning you’ll shave a whopping Dhs541 each.

Go along with the kids in tow, or with a group of your best fellow theatre-loving mates and experience the show along with a box of popcorn, a drink and some sweets, which are also included in the Family Premium package.

Prepare to be wowed as you can expect fire, rain and waterfalls all taking place under one roof, and performers flying across the stage, diving from jaw-dropping heights and even defying gravity on motorbikes. (You have to see it to believe it.)

So, what are you waiting for?

Catch the spectacular show every Tuesday and Friday at either 7pm or 9.30pm, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8pm and at 4pm or 7pm on Saturdays.

For all the best deals and discounts this summer across the city have a gander here.

There’s also a massive Disney festival is coming to Dubai – find out more here.
Dhs299. Offer runs from Jul 26-Jul 31. The Atrium, Al Habtoor City, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.laperle.com/offers (04 437 0123).

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