Get into the groove in Abu Dhabi
Dance fans are in for a real 'superclub' experience when DJ supremos Gareth Emery and Sander Van Doorn take to the decks at Allure by Cipriani nightclub tonight.
Organisers Flash Entertainment and Cream have confirmed that the Yas Island club will be transformed for the superstar DJs in terms of layout, audio and video technology. Armed with a potent blend of trance, house, electro and techno, ‘Concrete Angel’ star Emery should appeal to most dance fans. In his own words, the Englishman is a ‘music guy’, plain and simple. He explains: “I always start a track with the music, rather than the beats. I found the dance scene after classical piano training and years of playing guitar in bands, so I guess in a way I’ve come full circle.
“I guess it’s just good, melodic dance music,” says the Garuda label boss. “One of the most positive things about the scene over the past few years has been the breaking down of genre barriers and the cross-pollination of sounds. I just look for records I enjoy musically and work well in a club. The genre is unimportant.
“I’ve realised my strength is in music and melodies that touch people. I’m a music guy. It just happens that the music I make is electronic.” Tickets start at Dhs150. Check www.thinkflash.ae for info.
Enjoy laughs aplenty on Monday night as five top
international comedians hit town for a special ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway’. So what’s the script, you might ask. Well to be short, there isn’t one. Stephen Frost, Steve Steen, Niall Ashdown, Ian Coppinger and Andy Smart will improvise sketches on whatever topics are chosen by the audience. Dhs150 at the InterContinental Abu Dhabi Auditorium. Ticket holders can enjoy a 25 per cent discount at Chamas Bar from 6pm to 8pm, check www.dining-intercontinental-ad.ae for details.
Take a drive to Ghantoot tomorrow as the Emirates Marine Environmental Group releases about 40 rehabilitated hawksbill turtles, from the Dubai Turtle Rehabilitation Project, into their natural habitat. The EMEG is also screening a film in its education centre if you fancy a cool down. Numerous experienced professionals will be present to answer your questions. From 9am to 11am, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org today if you want to attend.
Gals, grab your glad rags and get on down to Cho Gao Bar for ladies night and enjoy unlimited cocktails. Add to that some top house tunes from DJ Moe and the evening can’t help but be top class. Call 02 6166 149 for more info.
Blow away any baby blues and help get your body back in shape with the Haddins gym’s Mums and Bubs fitness class. Don’t worry, no nanny’s needed as all the exercises are done with your little tot in tow.
Think brunches are just an afternoon affair? Think again. Head to the funky Aloft Hotel for Evening Brunch. Enjoy unlimited house wines, bottled brews and soft drinks as well as a variety of food. Is available 6.30pm until 10.30pm for Dhs250. Call 02 654 5121 or email email@example.com for more information
If you have Latin rhythm, grab your dancing shoes for Viva La Noche this Wednesday at Allure by Cipriani. Beginners through to experts can join the dance and enjoy a few margaritas to help find your groove. 10pm to 12am. Call 02 657 5400 for info