British textile art: Artist Mary-Clare Buckle’s exhibition uses textiles and embroidery to make a statement about the state of modern Britain. Her show at Mojo Gallery is a must for all Brits in Dubai, as well as any fans of textile art. Mojo Gallery, Al Serkal Avenue (04 347 7388).Three hours of spa time for less: Head to Media City spot Senso for a Swedish massage, a mani-pedi and a firming ice-cube facial and pay what you’d pay for the facial alone at many spas. Dhs650. Until May 31. Senso Wellness Centre, Radisson Blu, Dubai Media City (04 366 9111).Steak night at Bunkers: Enjoy prime Australian steaks and selected house beverages while you take in the views of the nearby golf course. From Dhs90. 7pm. The Address Montgomerie Dubai, Emirates Hills (04 390 5600).
Watch top local football: Big-spending Al Ahli take on local rivals Al Nasr tonight. See how Al Ahli fare without manager David O’Leary, who was recently fired. Free. 9pm. Rashid Stadium, Al Nahda (04 298 8800).
Funday Sunday at Ping Pong: The dim sum experts at Ping Pong have teamed up with toy shop Hamleys to provide families with a weekly evening of fun-filled board games. The games on offer include classics such as Monopoly, Cluedo and Scrabble, as well as the more modern Pictureka. But for those into more traditional board games, you can also get stuck into chess and dominoes, as well as the tasty dim sum. The restaurant offers loads of these yummy Chinese dumplings – we love the spicy veg variety. Prices vary. 6pm-midnight. Ping Pong, The Dubai Mall (800 7464 1664).