For the first time in the UAE, for one night only, the ultimate tribute to the King of Pop, ‘Michael - The Magic of Michael Jackson’ will be live in concert
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Michael McIntyre is back on stage with his brand-new show MACNIFICENT!
Simple Minds is set to electrify the stage at Coca-Cola Arena on the 27th of February with their Global Tour!
President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, along with His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, Rulers of the Emirates, and guests of COP28 witnessed the celebration of the 52nd Union Day held at Expo City Dubai on Saturday.
President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan has affirmed the UAE's commitment to fostering international cooperation, dialogue and peace in the face of global challenges.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has expressed pride at the UAE's incredible growth over the past 52 years in a special post on his social media channels.
England clawed their way back from two goals down to beat the Netherlands 3-2 in a nerve-jangling Women's Nations League group game at Wembley on Friday and keep their dreams of a Paris Olympic berth alive.
India exacted a modicum of revenge for their loss to Australia in the final of the 50-overs World Cup by clinching the T20 series against them with a match to spare following their 20-run victory in Raipur on Friday.
Former tennis world number one Rafa Nadal will return at the Brisbane International warm up event for the Australian Open in January.
Co-writing, directing, producing and starring in his Leonard Bernstein biopic "Maestro" was a terrifying undertaking for Bradley Cooper that turned into a journey of joy and courage.
With the world at our doorstep for the duration of COP28, most of the headlines feature presidents and international CEOs, but it’s also a chance for our UAE-based programmes and organisations to share their ideas more widely.
Used to filling stadiums with tens of thousands of screaming fans worldwide, Paul McCartney took to the stage of a small music venue in Brazil's capital on Tuesday night for a special performance with an intimate, ecstatic 300-person audience.