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Top 10: Fuzziwig's Candy Factory celebrates a birthday with treats, Japan Tide opens at Art Hub Dubai, World Classical Music Series returns tonight
Fuzziwig’s Candy Factory is celebrating its first anniversary today with a caramel giveaway for the first 365 visitors at each of its two Dubai stores. The whimsical treat shop is offering a fresh piece of homemade caramel in the shape of a 1, dipped in chocolate and sprinkled with a festive topping.
Today, 10am to 1am, The Beach, JBR; 1pm to 11pm, Riverland, Dubai Parks and Resorts, Dubai, fuzziwigsuae.com
Register your little one for the new term of Kindermusik with Silvia at Bodytree Studio. The family class is designed to nurture young children’s development with music, language and literacy skills, as well as help them develop a lifelong love for music, as well as important social and emotional skills.
September 17 to December 6, various timings, Sundays, Mondays and Wednesdays, from Dh725 for the term, up to age 5, Bodytree Studio, Abu Dhabi, 02 443 4448, email@example.com
Get tickets now for Nitro Circus and experience the live-action sports show, which will take place on a Formula 1 racetrack for the first time in its history, featuring top motocross and BMX riders pushing the limit to perform tricks and stunts. Tickets include access to Ferrari World Abu Dhabi.
October 6, from Dh250, Yas Marina Circuit, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, www.tixbox.com
Ethiopian restaurant Gursha Dubai launches Eskista Weekends, a series of cultural shows that showcase the diverse traditional dancing styles of Ethiopia. Eskista is a traditional dance that is performed by men and women, and the show is curated and choreographed for the restaurant’s beachside atmosphere.
Fridays from 9pm, Gursha Dubai, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, reservations at 800 487742, www.gursha-dubai.com
Register to attend a screening tomorrow of the classic film Lawrence of Arabia presented by Cinema Space. The Academy-Award-winning epic directed by David Lean and starring Peter O’Toole, Jack Hawkins, Claude Rains, Arthur Kennedy, Omar Sharif, Alec Guinness and Anthony Quinn tells the story of the life of British adventurer T E Lawrence, who served as a liaison between the Arabs and the British in the fight against the Turks.
Tomorrow, 2pm and 7pm, free with registration, Cinema Space, Manarat Al Saadiyat, Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi, register at cinemaspace-abudhabi.splashthat.com
Register to attend full moon yoga at Fairmont The Palm and experience an evening under the stars featuring a 90-minute yoga and meditation session on the resort’s white-sand beach led by instructor Melanie Swan. The session caters to all levels and blends the meditative qualities of gentle yin yoga with the more physically challenging vinyasa practice.
Tomorrow, 8pm for one-hour of yoga and 30 minutes of meditation, Dh75, Fairmont The Palm, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, 04 457 3330, firstname.lastname@example.org
In the film It, a group of young friends come face-to-face with a shape-shifter, who takes the form of a scary clown, who is responsible for the disappearance of dozens of children from a town in Maine. The film is based on the 1986 novel of the same name by Stephen King. Horror, starring Jaeden Lieberher, Finn Wolfhard and Bill Skarsgard.
Screening at cinemas across the UAE. (15+)
Plan to take part in a series of weekly workshops at Al Ain Palace Museum that explore the history and heritage of traditional Emirati handicrafts, including Telli embroidery, which uses gold, silver and brightly coloured strings; Khoos palm-leaf weaving for decorations and household items; Sadu weaving, which is used to create shelters and tents.
Runs until October 31, 9am to noon, Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, free, Al Ain Palace Museum, Al Ain, www.visitabudhabi.ae
See the opening of the exhibition Japan Tide – A Showcase of Japanese Craftsmanship, which exhibits works from Toyama prefecture and Ishikawa prefecture, presented by Art Hub Dubai. The opening ceremony will include live traditional Japanese music, portrait drawing and the chance to meet Japanese artists. Pictured: Hina dolls by Shuji Ohno
Opens tomorrow, 5pm to 8pm, then runs daily until September 16, 10am to 7pm, Art Hub Gallery, Dubai Design District, Dubai, www.arthubdubai.com
Attend a concert by soprano Marlis Petersen and pianist Camillo Radicke as part of the World Classical Music Series presented by Dubai Concert Committee. The candlelit concert features a romantic programme including works by Poulenc and Faure. A three-course dinner is available before the event for Dh220 for ticket holders at Beach Bar & Grill.
Tonight, from 8pm, from Dh250, The Ballroom, One&Only Royal Mirage, Dubai, www.platinumlist.net