Check out a diverse art show: Tashkeel is one of the few galleries with an exhibition running during Ramadan, and its members’ show features diverse art across a range of mediums. Recent works include photography, paintings, digital pieces, video and installation. Free. Until September 1. Tashkeel, Nad Al Sheba (04 336 3313).Detox sports massage for men: This month, The Aviation Club is offering a treatment tailor-made to tackle muscle stiffness while detoxifying the body: perfect if you’ve just finished a workout at the club’s gym. Dhs195 for 60 minutes. Until September 30. Akaru Spa, The Aviation Club, Garhoud(04 282 8578).Have lunch at Sloane’s: Situated on the mezzanine level of the Grosvenor House hotel, Sloane’s will be open 24 hours a day during Ramadan, serving a range of cuisines. Prices vary. Open 24 hours. Grosvenor House, Dubai Marina (04 317 6000).
Tuck into great-value Italian fare: Choose two or three courses at Carluccio’s and enjoy complimentary coffee and chocolate. Dhs89 (two courses), Dhs119 (three courses). Sunset-11pm. Until end of Ramadan. Carluccio’s, Dubai Marina Mall (04 399 7844).
Watch Arsenal take on Liverpool: Head to the Crown & Lion, one of the few pubs still open during the day this month (though not serving alcohol until 8pm) to watch the biggest Premier League match on Saturday. Free. Kick-off 3.45pm. Today only. Byblos Hotel, TECOM (04 448 8000).