See the new exhibition at Traffic: ‘Domination, Hegemony and The Panopticon’ touches on concepts such as power, and master-slave dynamics. Until March 31. Traffic, Umm Suqeim Road, Al Quoz (04 347 0209).
Try Tibetan sound-bowl meditation: This Tibetan healing style is based on the principle that vibrations travel through the body and help restore harmony. Dhs10. 7.30pm-8.30pm. The Third Eye, Saeed Tower II, Sheikh Zayed Road (055 809 8595).
Shake your thing to Colombian music: Vocalist and percussionist Eddi Durate conjures Latin tunes. Dhs50; free for under 18s. Doors open 7.30pm, show starts 8.30pm. The Fridge, Al Quoz, www.thefridgedubai.com (04 347 7793).
Drink for Dhs1 (no, we’re not joking): Enjoy selected drinks for Dhs1 when you buy a two-course meal. Prices vary. 8pm-late. The Glasshouse, Hilton Dubai Creek (04 212 7551).
Buy your tickets to have tea with a tiger: Tickets are now on sale for the charming stage adaptation of The Tiger Who Came To Tea, Judith Kerr’s classic tale about a large, furry visitor at teatime, which comes to the First Group Theatre for a three-day run from February 23. Little ones will love the bizarre storyline that tells of a little girl’s encounter with a giant (and very hungry) tiger. Far from Sophie being afraid of the beast who turns up at her door just before dinner, she is the personification of politeness and invites him in. But the tiger has such a huge appetite that he eats Sophie and her mum out of house and home. Dhs130 (stalls), Dhs100 (circle). February 23-25. First Group Theatre, Souk Madinat Jumeirah, www.madinattheatre.com (04 366 6546).