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people talkingRelocating to a new city means meeting and making new friends.  If you have children of school age meeting people is slightly easier but many people relocate to Dubai without kids so that expat has to make an extra effort to meet people. A great way to do this is do join a social club!  There are a variety of social clubs in Dubai from hobby clubs, women’s clubs, sports clubs, etc.  This directory will focus on Nationality specific social clubs as well as women’s clubs.  Nothing better for a homesick expat then to make a few new friends from “home”.

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If you have recently moved to Dubai you maybe trying to understand why all your friends and colleagues have suddenly become rugby mad and are insisting you come and watch (or even play) rugby at the beginning of December. It’s the Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens – a Dubai Institution!

Now in its 45th year the most anticipated event in Dubai’s sporting and social calendar is set to take place from December 4th to December 6th. With massive crowds once again expected to converge on The Sevens Stadium for the  tournament tickets are now on sale and spectators are urged to buy their tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Read more

dyhkidsDubai Youth Hockey Club (DYHC), the first youth hockey development coaching programme in the UAE, aimed at developing the skills and sportsmanship of young hockey players in the emirate, is looking forward to a successful season following the announcement of two local club sponsors, Avery Office Supplies and HSS health & safety training consultancy for the 2014/15 season.

The support has come at a time when Dubai Youth Hockey Club (DYHC) has seen a surge of interest by youngsters in learning and playing the sport and coincides with the UAE Hockey Federation’s move towards a more structured game with national leagues set to support hockey at grassroot level. Read more

Move One are once again proud to be supporting The Shangri-La Abu Dhabi Dragon Boat Festival which is taking place this weekend October 17th & 18th 2014 at Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi.

This is a community festival bringing together corporate, university, school and community groups from across the UAE including a team of colleagues from Move One Relocations & Move One Logistics. The team have been training hard and are all looking forward to competing once again in this fun competition.

Dragon Boating is a thrilling water sport, full of adrenaline, sportsmanship, strategy and technique. It is also a sport that is all about positive team spirit, being healthy, making friends and having fun. It’s a great day out for all the family so take a trip to Abu Dhabi and watch the dragons roar. Read more

run-for-your-wifeAuditions at the Playhouse this Saturday 5pm

The Courtyard Playhouse is casting for our second full length production! It’s a great, fast-paced, farce by Ray Cooney: ‘Run for your wife‘. We’re particularly looking for male actors. Please get in touch!

London cabby John Smith has two homes, two lives and two wives! He’s been juggling Mary and Barbara for years, arousing everything but suspicion. But how long can he keep it up? When a bump on the head lands John in hospital, his two addresses get mixed up and he has lots of explaining to do. A joyride of double lives and double entendres, belly laughs and bigamy!

“Run for Your Wife should run for life!” – Sunday Express

“Virtually continuous laughter.” – The New York Post

CASTING FOR THE ROLES OF:

Mary Smith, Barbara Smith, John Smith, Det Sgt Troughton, Stanley Gardner, Det Sgt Porterhouse, Bobby Franklyn, Reporter Read more

half-term-holiday-in-dubaiThe end of October sees the start of half-term holidays for many schools in Dubai.  This may mean holidays for some families but for many, parents will be working.  Again, this raises the question of how to keep the kids busy?  Fortunately many activity companies run holiday camps to engage and keep the children active while having great fun. Here is a list of some of the activities available around town next week. Read more

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