5 things to do today
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Monday, March 19
Fill your boots at Z:one: Enjoy all-you-can-eat food and drink for two hours.
Dhs120 (selected house beverages). 2pm-midnight. Ongoing. Media One Hotel, Media City (04 427 1000).
Head to DIFC to enjoy art, music and drinks: ‘Art Nights’ is a chance for art lovers to visit exhibition openings at DIFC and mingle with like minded arty types. There’ll be performance art, music, canapés and drinks.
Free. 7pm-9pm. DIFC Gate Village (04 362 2222).
Play with the pros at Monday night football: Join Carlton Palmer and his fellow ex-professionals in this adult football league.
Dhs60 per person or Dhs300 per team (maximum six players). Mon 7.15pm-8.15pm. Ongoing. Repton School, Nad Al Sheba (050 349 5976).
Have a laugh at Russell Peters’ stand-up show: The hugely popular comic comes to Dubai with his own brand of humour. Tickets are all sold out, but there are two pairs in two lucky Time Out issues!
Dhs250-450. Doors open 8pm; show starts 9pm. Sheikh Rashid Hall, Dubai World Trade Centre, www.timeouttickets.com
Art for a cause: Renowned artist Sacha Jafri has teamed up with the children of the Al Noor Centre for Special Needs to create a special art installation that goes on display today at Gate Village, DIFC. Called the ‘Constellation of Sacha Jafri’, the artist has aimed to bring to life the children’s unique stories.
Free. Until March 24. Near Quadro and Ayyam galleries, Gate Village, DIFC, www.alnoorspneeds.ae (04 340 4844).
Time Out Dubai,
Spend the evening at Clé Dubai or watch Cold in July
Admire photographic works or experience iftar at Crescendo
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