Celebrate Chinese mid-autumn festival or weep over Ryan Gosling
Time Out Dubai staff
Shed holiday pounds at b2b’s bootcamp: It’s official: holidays hate waistlines, so get yours back now with b2b’s weekly sessions. Today, there’s a 6am mixed and 8am ladies-only camp at Umm Suqeim open beach and a 6.30pm session at Safa Park. Dhs70 per session, Dhs600 for 12. Ongoing. Various locations, for timetables see www.b2bfitness.com.
Fall back in love with Sundays at Okku: Enjoy some electro-chic sounds from resident DJ Marshall until 3am at this sophisticated and very popular supper club’s weekly L.O.V.E. Sundays session. Free (reservation required). Open 7pm-3am. Okku, The Monarch Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 501 8777).
Celebrate Chinese mid-autumn festival: Chef Tan will be preparing dishes such as scallops with deep-fried kunafa roll, and boneless smoked baby chicken. There will even be a special mooncake for diners to take home. Prices vary. 7pm. Until September 12. Mina A’ Salaam, Madinat Jumeirah, firstname.lastname@example.org (04 366 6730).
Weep over Ryan Gosling in the pool: Cabana’s poolside movie night is showing weepy drama The Notebook this week, starring Gosling and Rachel McAdams. Tissues at the ready… Dhs99 including drinks and snacks. 8.30pm. Cabana, The Address Dubai Mall (04 438 8999).
Sharjah Aquarium: Submerge yourselves in a colourful, undersea world that’s home to more than 250 species. Like its big brother at The Dubai Mall, the Sharjah Aquarium also has a walk-through tunnel so visitors can get close to the action, discovering everything from the larger ocean creatures to the smaller marine life. And when you’ve finished, you can get a bite to eat at seafood restaurant Samach. Dhs20 (adults), Dhs10 (kids aged four to 17), free for kids under four. Open Mon-Thu 8am-8pm, Fri 4pm-8pm, Sat 8am-9pm. Ongoing. Sharjah Aquarium, Al Khan Lagoon, www.sharjahaquarium.ae (06 528 5288).