Feast on red meat: It’s steak night at Bunkers, where you can enjoy prime Australian cuts and house beverages. From Dhs90. 7pm. The Address Montgomerie Dubai, Emirates Hills (04 390 5600).New-wave British art: This exhibition at new Dubai venue Etemad Gallery features work from the post-Young British Artists crowd. Free. Until May 1. Etemad Gallery, Al Serkal Avenue, Al Quoz (04 346 8649).Sing along to The Sound of Music: See Maria and the Von Trapps take to the stage in this local production of the classic musical, from the producers of Blood Brothers and When Harry Met Sally. Dhs170. 7.30pm. Continues until April 23. First Group Theatre, Madinat Jumeirah (04 366 6546), www.timeouttickets.com
Get down to Persian sounds: DJs Divan and Atousa spin a selection of urban, edgy beats and house tunes at this popular local night. Free for ladies, Dhs50 for men. 10.30pm-3am. Elegante, Royal Ascot Hotel, Bur Dubai (04 352 0900)
Let it all hang out on the Sky Trail: If you have a little monkey in your midst (or feel in need of an adrenaline boost yourself), try the latest attraction for thrill-seekers down at Playnation at Mirdif City Centre. The recently-opened Sky Trail takes the whole Playnation experience to new heights. Suspended about 15 metres above Magic Planet, daredevil visitors (aged seven and above) get to zip, clamber and swing their way around the obstacle course. Don’t worry, you’re perfectly safe – the ‘fun engineers’ will truss you up like a turkey in a secure harness before unceremoniously shoving you through a gate and across a zip line to start your scramble around the course. Dhs70 for assault course, Dhs100 for assault course and climbing wall. Open Sun-Wed 10am-9.30pm; Thu-Fri 10am-11.30pm; Sat 10am-10.30pm. Playnation, Mirdif City Centre, www.playnationme.com (0800 534 7873).