Enjoy the show at the Dubai Dance Festival - AsiaRooms.com

April 28, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
AsiaRooms.com can announce that people who enjoy watching dance shows may want to consider booking accommodation in Dubai at the beginning of June.

From June 3rd to 5th, there will be a series of live shows and workshops all dedicated to the medium of dance.

This is the third year that the festival has been held in Dubai, with dancers from around the world due to take to the stage.

Workshops will be held each day at the Dubai Community Theatre and Arts Centre, which is located at the Mall of the Emirates on Sheikh Zayed Road, with live performances featuring some of the professional dancers on offer each evening.

The venue's auditorium seats 543 people, while it also boasts three rehearsal studios for the dancers to practice in.

Tickets for the shows are available from the official website, with prices starting from 125 UAE dirhams (£22.13).

Anyone who is feeling particularly energetic may want to attend one of the many workshops taking place, with tuition available for a wide range of dance styles from hip hop to belly dancing and tap.

Those who want a break from the dancing action could take advantage of the venue's Gallery of Light, which hosts exhibitions from both local and international artists.

Posted by Delia Jones

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