Diving into TV’s newest favourite cop comedy – Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Ahead of the debut of the Golden Globe-winning series Brooklyn Nine-Nine in the UAE, we look at the stars and characters that keep the show ticking
Drawing in the crowds: the renowned illustrator and author Sarah McIntyre on picture books
The illustrator and writer of children’s books Sarah McIntyre says picture books are invaluable.
Former Gulabi Gang leader’s issues are with the Gulaab Gang film producers, not actors
The former Gulabi Gang leader Sampat Lal says despite her issues with the Gulaab Gang producers, she feels Madhuri Dixit's performance reflects her own life.
Artistic talent from Palestine
This Is Palestine is a week-long celebration of Palestinian art and culture happening in Dubai’s Meydan complex.
Five reasons why Eric Clapton is the real guitar hero
Ben East has five reasons why Eric Clapton, who plays the Media City Amphitheatre in Dubai tonight, is the ultimate musician.
Emirati director Nayla Al Khaja back to push movie limits
Chris Newbould talks to the Emirati film director Nayla Al Khaja, whose next feature is set to court controversy.
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Film editor Mark Sanger, who won an Academy Award for co-editing Gravity, talks about his Oscar win while in Dubai.
This year’s Marker section at Art Dubai will focus on the large region of Central Asia. Anna Seaman finds out more.
Husband-wife duo Regine Velasquez, one of the highest-selling singers in the Philippines, and Ogie Alcasid to headline SundanceLIVE on March 27.
This will be the first time since the UAE’s inaugural Pavilion at Venice in 2009, that an Emirati has curated the show.
Not everyone finds the American ventriloquist's characters funny.
Sarah Geronimo, Filipina superstar, is bringing her Perfect 10 concert to Abu Dhabi.
The distraught relatives of Chinese passengers aboard a missing Malaysian airliner leave Beijing for Kuala Lumpur, as the search for any sign of the aircraft continues.
Sharjah March Meeting, which examines issues in comtemporary culture, artistic production and research and education, begins this weekend.
The remarkable story of Saroo Brierley, an Indian-born Australian who found his biological family after 25 years, is being told in a book and on film.
Even when rushed, Pharrell cannot help but ooze an effortless, idiosyncratic cool.
The Puerto Rican singer Don Omar opens up about the death of his friend, Paul Walker, and his performance at the Dubai Music Awards later this year.
This is smart music, but not, thankfully, the sort that lets smarts get in the way of the smooching.
Louder proves her technically honed voice remains best suited to the stage as opposed to a dance-pop album.