Attend It’s Swing Time as part of The Fridge Concert Series. The popular music programme returns with shows from a variety of genres and features some of the best local artists and musicians. This week’s line-up includes The Swing Revue (pictured), The Desert Roses and Lindy Hop Dubai.
Doors open at 7.30pm for all shows, tickets cost Dh50 at the door, free for students 18 and under, The Fridge, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz, Dubai, www.thefridgedubai.com
See the exhibition Passion and Sorrow. Nine Middle Eastern artists, including Bahraini artist Jamal Abdul Rahim (whose untitled work is pictured), present images that share their passion for art that exists alongside the sorrow that prevails in life.
From 10am to 7pm, Lamiatos Gallery, Podium Level P153, Emirates Financial Towers, DIFC, Dubai, 04 342 5243, www.lamiatosgallery.com
Attend the second Tribeca Comedy Night and enjoy some laughs with Canadian host and MC Dave Marosi, as well as Ray Addison, Peter Stoddart, Mohammed Rushdi, Salman Qureshi, Omar Kazim and the headliner Simeon Goodson.
From 7pm to 9pm, free entry, Tribeca Kitchen & Bar, JA Ocean View Hotel, JBR, Dubai, www.facebook.com/TribecaKitchenandBarDubai
Register now to take part in the seminars, demos and panels led by some of the world’s top photographers at Sony PhotoFriday, as part of GPP 2016 Dubai Photo Week. There are 16 90-minute sessions on a range of topics, from portraits to printing to photojournalism.
February 5, 9am to 5.30pm, Dh55 per session, Dubai Knowledge Village, Dubai, 04 380 8545, www.gulfphotoplus.com
Signto take part in the Get Fit range of fitness and wellness activities at The Beach, as well as offers and giveaways, clinics and competitions. Events include yoga, volleyball, waterpark challenges, beach tennis, kayak racing, SUP racing and cycling.
February 5-6, 7am to 6pm, The Beach, JBR, Dubai, register at firstname.lastname@example.org
Source: art & life