5 things to do today
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Saturday, March 24
View Moroccan art at Meem Gallery: This exhibition will display the works of contemporary Moroccan abstract artists.
Free. Until April 30. Meem Gallery, next to Presotto, Al Quoz (04 347 7883).
Scoot down to the Dubai Marina Farmers’ Market: Baker & Spice brings locally grown produce to the city. Visitors can expect to find fresh produce being sold in a community environment.
Free. 9am-3pm. Until mid-April. Dubai Marina, behind Marina Promenade (04 362 4686).
Go to a French music festival: There’s art to peruse during the day, and music from Arno Santamariaand and Jali (who co-wrote Tracy Chapman’s ‘Fast Car’).
Dhs175 (daily), Dhs300 (both days). Doors open noon, show starts 8pm. Dubai International Marine Club (no number).
Enjoy a barbecue by the creek: Head to The Terrace for a barbecue with free-flowing hops, pink grape and great views.
Dhs195 (soft drinks), Dhs280 (selected house drinks), Dhs95 (children aged six to 12). 5pm. Ongoing. Park Hyatt Dubai (04 602 1234).
Hear Chris Brown’s DJ on the decks: Baby Drew, who has spun for the likes of US singer Chris Brown, makes a repeat appearance in Dubai to play at Armani’s XO Saturdays.
Free for ladies, Dhs100 for men. 10pm-3am. Armani/Privé, Armani Hotel (04 888 3308).
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Sean Hughes at The Laughter Factory or listen to house and bass acts
British singer Ellie Goulding will be part of a four-night music extravaganza known as Dubai Music Week
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