Things to do on September 23:
Watch this: Cirque Éloize’s acclaimed Cirkopolis arrives at the Dubai World Trade Centre on Wednesday September 23 for four nights of story-driven performances. Contortionists, jugglers and aerial artists combine circus arts with music, dance and theatre in a stern, robotic set among giant gears and dark portals, symbolising how a mechanism can crush individuality. Ten acrobats and multidisciplinary artists rebel against monotony to an original musical score, inventive video projections and bursts of colour.
Dhs195-1,295. Until September 26. Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 332 1000).
Buy this: Find fine produce at Blue Orange’s new weekly artisan market, where the chefs will also share cooking tips and recipes, as well as prepare dinner dishes for you.
Dhs195 (plus Dhs50 cashback to spend at the market). Wed 6pm-11pm. The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, Al Sufouh Road (04 511 7136).
Book this: Celebrate Eid al-Adha with a staycation at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, which is offering four luxury nights for the price of three.
Prices vary. Until September 30. firstname.lastname@example.org (04 453 0000).
Here this: Hip-hop superstar Jason Derulo is the first in a star-studded line-up to perform at Dubai Music Week. This year’s four-day festival also consists of masterclasses and a dedicated entertainment village.
From Dhs295. 6.30pm. Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.dubaimusicweek.ae.
Attend this: This marks German-Iranian artist Haleh Redjaian’s first solo exhibition in the Middle East and it explores her multidisciplinary practise. Inspired by geometry, her drawings, carpets and spatial thread installations depict grids and lines as a framework. Through irregularities, she demonstrates life’s unforeseen surprises.
Until November 5. Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz (04 323 5052).