Admire art inspired by world travels or join a running club
Time Out Dubai staff
Things to do on November 28:
Admire art inspired by world travels: Born in Vienna, artist Soshana Afroyim was friends with the writer Jean-Paul Satre and Pablo Picasso. Her paintings reflect her cosmopolitan travels around the globe. Until November 30. Soshana Forever at Art Couture. Al Badia Golf Club, InterContinental Hotel, Dubai Festival City (04 601 0101).
Join a running club:
The gym giant Fitness First restarts its running club with weekly runs at Safa Park (Thu, 7pm), Deira City Centre (Tue, 7pm) and Motor City (Wed and Mon, 8.30am and 7.30pm). Free to all, register at any Fitness First club. Various locations (800 348 6377).
Delve into India’s coastal cooking:
The Bombay launches the Konkan coastal food festival today, where there’ll be plenty of Indian style seafood dishes to try out. Prices vary. Daily 12.30pm-3pm, 7.30pm-2am. Until December 7. Marcopolo Hotel, Al Mutheena Street (04 272 0000).
Shake it, UK garage style: Members of UK garage trio Fonti and Bushkin will be spinning a garage and funky house set on the terrace at N’Dulge. Dhs100, free for ladies before 11pm. 9pm-3am. N’Dulge, Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (055 200 4322).
Get your eyebrows done: The new Hi Brows treatment at Sisters Beauty Lounge promises to perfect your eyebrows by measuring the angles and arches, tinting to the desired shade and threading and tweezing. Dhs200. Ongoing. Sisters Beauty Lounge, The Dubai Mall (04 339 8500).