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Dubai Food Festival
We have two news - good and bad. Let's start with the bad: the annual food festival kicks off in Dubai today, so you definitely don't have time for the opening. However, you shouldn't worry too much: the food holiday will last until March 12 and for the first time will include Restaurant Week. The 30 best restaurants in the city will offer their guests a specially designed menu of three truly special dishes, for which it would not be a shame to give any money. However, leaving a fortune in a restaurant is unlikely to work: such a dinner will cost only 189 dirhams (that's just over $ 50). Rumor has it that even the famous chef Gordon Ramsay has already made his gastronomic route - it's our turn!
Alice show at The Act restaurant
Imagine: evening Dubai, 42nd floor of the Shangri-La Hotel, one of the world's tallest restaurants with the eloquent name The Act, and - don't believe it! - The Cheshire Cat and the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland. Every Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, guests of the establishment perform to the accompaniment of the Alice show, based on the fairy tale of the same name by Lewis Carroll. You can buy tickets right before the show, and the price also includes a three-course dinner - it will definitely be appreciated by fans of Peruvian and Japanese cuisine.
Art Dubai has traditionally attracted collectors and art lovers from all over the world. This time, the exhibition space will begin its work on March 16 and, as always, will be divided into several thematic zones - each will feature works from more than 90 galleries from around the world. The special section dedicated to the Philippines will become a special feature of this year: the famous Ringo Bunoan became its curator. As for the "accompanying" events, here special attention should be paid to the Global Art Forum, which will be dedicated to the future world of art.
Anila Kayum Aga. Intersections, 2015. Art Fair Dubai 2015.
Design Days Dubai
Design Days kick off in Dubai on March 14, the largest exhibition of furniture and art objects in the Middle East: dozens of galleries and artists from all over the world take part in it. This year's program promises to be rich: numerous creative workshops, public discussions, performances - it will definitely not be boring!
The Dubai branch of the Blue Marlin club, famous throughout Ibiza, does not lag behind its "big brother" at all - neither in location (why is the Persian Gulf worse than the Mediterranean Sea?), Nor in the richness of the entertainment program. This March, for example, several high-profile performances await guests at once: DJs Sidney Charles, Kenny Dop and Gianni Kallipari promise to make Dubai happy with their arrival.