The Lit Fest 2018 is here The Lit Fest is of course the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature. What will you choose to see? Read DoinDubai’s carefully curated selection of literary events and be inspired to read around your subject. What is the Lit fest all about It’s a literary festival that is now ..Continue Reading
Welcome to DoinDubai's section on ART and CINEMA. You won't read about mainstream movies here, but you will read about top picks from Dubai's well established Film Festival that happens in December every year with red carpet galas held at the Madinat Jumeirah. It's a fabulous festival and well worth booking tickets for. ART Dubai is also now well established on the Dubai's event calendar and is now a well attended international show with something for everyone. DoinDubai has a special interest is Bollywood movies so you will find reviews of some of the more unusual offerings from India that I think have universal appeal. A great idea to see some of these when the weather is hot!
The Louvre Abu Dhabi officially opened its doors on the 11th of November 2017 on Sadiyaat Island in the emirate of Abu Dhabi – the capital of the United Arab Emirates. What can you expect to see at the Louvre Abu Dhabi? Background to the Louvre Abu Dhabi The name The Louvre has actually been ..Continue Reading
What is Art Dubai? Welcome to Art Dubai 2015. This important event, now in it’s 9th year is a permanent fixture on the Dubai International Events Calendar. Welcome also to corporate entertainment, parties, glamorous locations and the chance to meet some very arty people from all over the world. Read on, take a closer look. ..Continue Reading
Why am I writing about Art Activities for kids? A company based in Denmark alerted me to their arrival in Dubai. They thought my blog would be a good place to showcase their Art Activities for Kids range. I agreed to attend a local demonstration before I would commit to writing a review. I learnt ..Continue Reading
LIVING: Queen Bollywood Movie in Dubai. A feisty and independent heroine Kangana Ranaut (of Tanu Weds Manu) reminded me of Judy Garland’s Dorothy with her thick braided hair and innocent smile, but she’s in Rajori a suburb of Delhi, not Kansas. We can’t get enough of the Big Fat Indian Wedding on celluloid, this time, ..Continue Reading