See ex-Cirque du Soleil performers for free
Internationally acclaimed acrobats from around the world, some of whom have toured with Cirque du Soleil, will be taking to the streets of Deira to perform death-defying and entertaining acts in front of an expectant crowd of thousands of visitors.
From the 20-29 of March, 30 international acts from over 12 different countries will be performing in and around the Al Ghurair Centre as part of the Al Ghurair Centre’s Dub Fest international street theatre and comedy fair.
Reuben Dot Dot Dot, originally from Melbourne, Australia has previously appeared in Cirque du Soleil and performed at some of the biggest festivals around the world. He will be showcasing his talents at the Middle East’s largest street theatre event, the Al Ghurair Centre’s Dub Fest, to perform his gravity and death defying acrobatic spectacle. 20 feet up in the air, visitors will need to see it to believe it!
The phenomenal USA Break Dancers, created by ex-Cirque du Soleil performer Julio Santiago, are a break dancing trio originally from New York. The USA Break Dancers have travelled across the globe, performing their incredible routines at numerous high profile festivals, concerts and in music videos and are thrilled to be performing in Dubai. They will present some of their most exhilarating break dancing routines throughout the 10 day Dub Fest event. Audiences will also be given the chance to hone their dancing skills by getting involved in the routines.
The Al Ghurair Centre’s Dub Fest offers residents and visitors to Dubai the chance to see some of the world’s most daring and exciting street theatre performers and performances for free. Visitors will be encouraged to take part in the shows, providing family-friendly, interactive entertainment.
Spectators can catch the USA Break Dancers and many more incredible street theatre artists daily on the inner street of the Al Ghurair Centre, Rigga Road, Deira, between the 20th and 29th March, 4-11pm weekdays and 2pm at weekends. Nearest Metro: Union Square Metro Station.
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