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The Tamil com­mu­nity’s best voices will com­pete for glory at Mu­sic Masti 2017 – a tal­ent con­test whose grand fi­nale takes place in Dubai today at the Shaikh Rashid Au­di­to­rium, The In­dian High School. The singers have been whit­tled down by a panel of cel­e­brated Tamil singers in­clud­ing Bharad­waj, Srikanth Deva, Malathy Lak­sh­man and Senthildass. The show starts at 6.30pm; tick­ets from Dh30, avail­able at ry­th­

So you can’t make it to San­torini for that big fat Greek hol­i­day this year? Fret not – two new week­end events in­spired by the glo­ri­ous is­land of San­torini are set to take over Abu Dhabi: Al Dana Week­end and Reem Week­end take place on Al Dana Is­land today, and Reem Is­land’s new canal from April 20-22 (from 5-11pm). The water­front fes­ti­vals in­clude shop­ping, food, entertainment and ad­ven­ture, while a ded­i­cated chil­dren’s play area on the beach will host kids’ yoga ses­sions and games. The events are free for all.

We hope you know you T-Rexes from your Tricer­atops, as they’re all headed to the Dubai Opera – well, kinda. On April 20 and 21 Juras­sic Park, the orig­i­nal 1993 sci-fi flick that spawned a gen­er­a­tion’s ob­ses­sion with di­nosaurs, will play on the big screen as 21st Cen­tury Sym­phony Orches­tra per­forms the nail-bit­ing score by John Wil­liams. Like the film’s Dr Ian Mal­colm, we hate be­ing right all the time, but this one’s go­ing to be a dino-mite ex­pe­ri­ence. The show starts at 8pm on April 20; 3pm on April 21. Tick­ets from Dh150 at dubai­


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