5 things to do today
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Friday, February 10
Discover the power of Wuji Gong: A two-day workshop on the ancient Taoist practice, which aligns the body’s meridians.
Dhs1,200. 9am-6pm. February 10 & 11. Balance Wellness 360, Oasis Centre, www.yogalatesblissindubai.com (050 328 9642).
Have a picnic and watch polo: Bring your picnic basket and catch all the on-pitch action.
Dhs100 per car, Dhs300 per picnic box for two (ncludes car access). Noon onwards. Dubai Polo Club, Arabian Ranches (04 361 8111).
Kasabian rock out at The Sevens: Expect plenty of laddish swagger countered with moments of grace as the Brit indie rockers take to the Sevens stage, supported by Scottish electro king Mylo.
Dhs295-495. Doors open 6pm. The Sevens, Al Ain Road, www.timeouttickets.com
Bag a bargain at Dubai Flea Market: Pick up antique-style wares and other used goods, or get rid of your own unwanted bits and pieces (you can book a stall for Dhs230).
Free entry. 3pm-8pm. Promenade Courtyard, Uptown Mirdif, www.dubai-fleamarket.com (055 452 6030).
Say ‘I love you’ with acoustic metal: Screeching guitars don’t scream romance, so Metal Asylum has gone acoustic for this Valentine’s-themed gig. Bands on the bill include Kicksound and Maher, and twins Liana & Thea.
Free. 9pm-3am. Aussie Legends, Rydges Plaza Dubai, Satwa (04 398 2222).
Time Out Dubai,
Don’t miss Mr. Scruff at Zero Gravity or dine on dim sum at The Royal Budha
Head to Anise’s farmers’ market or take the family to a music festival
Christina Perri played Dubai Jazz Festival