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Bid farewell to The Cellar: Sadly, Garhoud classic The Cellar is closing for good. Today and tomorrow are its last days: enjoy an à la carte dinner and drinks at rock-bottom prices, plus live music. Booking recommended.
Dhs135 (Friday brunch including one selected beverage; Saturday brunch, soft drinks only); Dhs205 (Saturday brunch, unlimited beverages). Noon-3.30pm. À la carte menu served from 7pm on both days. Until Saturday 17. The Aviation Club, Garhoud (04 282 9333).
Get fit with the Dingoes: The Dubai Dingoes club offers male and female fitness training for AFL and rugby enthusiasts.
Dhs35. Fri 9.30am-11.30am. Ongoing. Dubai World Trade Centre, www.dubaidingoessportsclub.com (04 308 6020).
Prepare for the netball season: Ladies of all netballing standards are welcome to have a game and meet the girls at this pre-season tournament before the league starts on Wednesday September 28.
Dhs80 (per player), Dhs500 (per team of seven). 2pm. The Sevens, Dubai-Al Ain Road, www.dubainetballleague.com (055 470 0890)
Try a new retro night: Expect hits from the ’60s ’70s, ’80s and ’90s at new retro night Cameo, where DJ Stickman will also be throwing in a few hits from the 2000s.
Dhs60; free for ladies before 11pm. 9pm-3am. Catwalk, Golden Tulip Al Barsha (050 882 8150).
Dance with DJ D’Julz: The Paris-based house and techno DJ headlines this club night, which returns for its second September session.
Dhs130; Dhs100 before midnight, free for ladies and Face card holders before 11pm. 10pm-3am. Trilogy, Madinat Jumeirah (050 725 8277).
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