You’re invited to Time Out’s 50th birthday party in Dubai

Event will be held at super-club Gotha on Tuesday October 9

You’re invited to Time Out’s 50th birthday party in Dubai

We've come a long way since 1968. But on Tuesday October 9 we’re celebrating 50 years of Time Out around the world, and we’re doing it right here, at Gotha Club Dubai.

Half a century ago, the brand’s founder Tony Elliott created the first issue of Time Out on his kitchen table.

Sold on the streets of London for a shilling (that's about Dhs5), it was a fold-up sheet packed with the city's countercultural happenings: gigs, festivals, late-night films, fringe theatre and more.

Now, 50 years later, Time Out is a leading global media and entertainment brand with magazines in 108 cities in 39 countries.

Since launching here in Dubai in 2001, we've recognised hundreds of top restaurants, bars and brunches – helping millions of people discover the best of the city. But we’re just getting started.

To mark our 50th birthday, and to toast the next 50 years, we’re throwing a huge party – and you're invited.

Come and join us as we celebrate at Gotha super-club in the Radisson Blu Hotel Dubai Waterfront on Tuesday October 9.

As well as being held in one of Dubai’s slickest new nightclubs, ladies will get unlimited free drinks from 11pm until 1am. Now that's a brilliant deal we can get on board with.

The club will be swinging open its doors at 11pm on Tuesday October 9, staying open until 3am.

Let's get celebrating.
Free entry, RSVP here. Tue Oct 9, 11pm-3am. Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Waterfront, Business Bay (055 193 4934).

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