Fashion, films and food: 6 fun things to do in UAE this weekend

Numaish fashion

Numaish Exhibitions are back presenting UAE shoppers a chance to shop for the best designer wear with discounts of up to 50 per cent on Friday at Al Yasat Ballroom, Swissotel Al Murooj Dubai, from 11am to 8pm. You must register at to browse the designer garments on the day.
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Long Way Up with Ewan

You may have watched Charlie Boorman and Ewan McGregor’s previous epic motorbike journeys but this one takes the biscuit. Launching on Apple TV+ on Friday, the two friends are looking to navigate the ‘Long Way Up’ from the southern tip of Argentina to California entirely on electric Harley-Davidson LiveWires. Covering 13,000 miles over 100 days through 16 border crossings and 13 countries, Ewan and Charley’s first episode drops this weekend. Don’t miss it.

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Burj Club’s Brunch returns

Mouth-watering bites and free-flowing beverages await as the Ultimate BBQ Brunch at The Rooftop at The Burj Club returns from Friday at midday. This ‘Miami-meets-Manhattan’ hangout is the perfect urban oasis located within the tallest building in the world. With both a live barbecue station and a salad station, fancy a midday feast with unbeatable impressive views for four hours? You’ve found your perfect venue.
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IPL mania begins

The most popular cricket tournament in the world, The Indian Premier League, is back with a bang in the UAE and pretty much everywhere will be showing it live including Qube Sports restaurant at The Meydan Hotel, Nad Al Sheba. From September 19 to November 8, catch the entire season live on the venue’s giant four-sided ‘Qube’ projectors and high-definition screens.

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Art beat

Nationhood, citizenship, and identity are recent constructs that, despite fuelling a sense of solidarity among smaller groups, adversely created fractures between various lands and their people. Artist Saba Qizilbash’s several geographical displacements have propelled her to not only question the abstract concept of home, but also inspect how human movement is policed, altered, and restricted. Her recent body of work is an inquiry into human migrations and geopolitics across South Asian landscapes. Her exhibition, Phantom Limbs, is on from 10am Saturday at Unit 10, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz 1.
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Movies & free attractions

Valid until September 19, book any movie including Dreambuilders at Reel Cinemas Dubai Marina Mall and Al Ghurair Centre and receive a voucher to experience Dubai’s legendary At The Top Burj Khalifa experience for free.


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