Watch: Dubai Opera transforms from a squash court into a spectacular venue for Iftar

Dubai Opera shared a time-lapse video of the auditorium being transformed from a squash court for the recent PSA Dubai World Series Finals

Dubai Opera auditorium transforms from squash court into a spectacular venue for Iftar

Dubai Opera auditorium transforms from squash court into a spectacular venue for Iftar

Dubai Opera auditorium has transformed from squash court into a spectacular venue for Iftar.

Having recently hosted squash - the PSA Dubai World Series Finals - the Downtown Dubai venue has now transformed for its evening Iftar, which starts this evening and runs until 24th June.

A time-lapse video of the auditorium being transformed shows the amount of work that goes into creating large dining hall.

Guests are invited to break their fast with family and friends in one of the more unique settings at Dubai Opera this Ramadan, where they can experience five-star cuisine, a sophisticated ambiance and seating design.

Tickets AED 250 per person, and AED 220 for group bookings of 11 guests or more.  Children under 6 dine complimentary, between 6 and 11 years, a charge of 50% applies, while the regular price applies for children over 12. Bookings: www.dubaiopera.com

Related:
Join the Discussion

Disclaimer:The view expressed here by our readers are not necessarily shared by Arabian Business, its employees, sponsors or its advertisers.

NOTE: Comments posted on arabianbusiness.com may be printed in the magazine Arabian Business

Please post responsibly. Commenter Rules

  • No comments yet, be the first!

All comments are subject to approval before appearing

Further reading

Features & Analysis
Everything you need to know about Qatar

Everything you need to know about Qatar

Former British protectorate has been ruled by the Al-Thani family...

The Al Thanis are Qatar's power family

The Al Thanis are Qatar's power family

New research sheds light on the overwhelming influence of the...

Raising the bar: DLA Piper plans fresh growth in the Gulf

Raising the bar: DLA Piper plans fresh growth in the Gulf

Legal firm DLA Piper’s Middle East business recorded 10 percent...

Most Discussed
sponsoredTracking