Dubai Eye 103.8 and THEATRE by Rhodes are giving you the chance to win a luxurious cinema experience over the coming months. We recently held our second event on Wednesday 15th August at the brand new THEATRE by Rhodes at VOX Cinemas, City Centre Mirdif and listeners enjoyed dinner and a movie with a gourmet menu prepared by Michelin Star Chef Gary Rhodes. We will be hosting our next event in September so stay tuned for how you can be there with us.
The gourmet menu, designed by Michelin starred Chef Gary Rhodes, features everything from British comfort food to Middle Eastern mezze, gourmet snack platters, salads and fresh mocktails.
The cinemas have fully reclining seats with adjustable foot rest and blanket and pillow to cosy up with while you watch your movie. In-cinema waiter service with a call button on every seat. Tickets can be booked from voxcinemas.com or the VOX app. THEATRE by Rhodes is available in four locations: City Centre Mirdif, Mall of the Emirates, Nation Towers and Yas Mall.
Dubai Eye 103.8 and THEATRE by Rhodes have partnered together so stay tuned for how you can get involved.
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