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HAVE A GLOWING WEEKEND

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The lights are up at the Dubai Garden Glow – the glow-in-the-dark theme park is open for its third season and the animatronic Dinosaur Park and Glow Garden are joined by a new addition. The Ice Park, has over 5,000 tons of ice carved into sculptures of landmarks like the Burj Khalifa. You’ll also find elaborate ice statues of polar bears standing frozen thanks to the park’s temperatures of -7 to -8 degree Celsius. Other new installations include Happiness Street, a brightly lit avenue inspired by Dubai’s happiness agenda. Dh60 per person at dubaigardenglow.com.

PARTY WITH THE KIDS

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Head down to The Backyard at Steigenberger Hotel Business Bay, Dubai on December 9 for their Party Monsters WinterWondeRave party. The family-friendly event is from 12pm to 6pm and includes breakdancing Santas, festive arts and crafts, face painting area, a dance floor for kids and yummy goodies for everyone.

FUNNY BHOY

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Scottish funny man Danny Bhoy is performing at the Dubai Opera on December 11. The stand-up comedian who won The Daily Telegraph Open Mic Award – the UK’s biggest national competition for comics – is known for his observational humour and razor-sharp wit that tap into his Indian heritage and the Scottish way of life and culture. Show starts at 8pm; tickets from Dh150 at dubaiopera.com.