Kick back and go Bavarian or unwind and purify yourself
Time Out Dubai staff
Things to do on April 30:
Kick back and go Bavarian: Celebrate spring in jaunty Bavarian style, with live music, food and drinks. Dhs195 (food only). Dhs395 (grape and hops). Wed-Sat 7pm-midnight. Until May 3. Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort, JBR (04 399 5533).
Watch the last IPL cricket game: The cricket continues but this is the final chance for fans of the sport to watch the IPL while it’s in town. The 15th match of the tournament sees Mumbai Indians take on Sunrisers Hyderabad. From Dhs30. 4pm. Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai Sports City, www.iplt20.com (04 425 1111).
Unwind and purify yourself: The Holistic Purity package at the Amara Spa involves a volcanic hot stone massage, an ear-candling session with pressure point head massage, a blow-dry (women) or haircut (men) and a meal from the healthy spa menu. Dhs980 for two hours instead of Dhs1,395. Until May 31. Amara Spa, Park Hyatt Dubai, adjacent to the Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Deira (04 602 1660).
View vibrant watercolours: David Paskett is an acclaimed artist and former president of England’s Royal Watercolour Society. His show, ‘Drawn to Dubai’, is a collection of paintings including scenes of the Creek and old Dubai centring on still life and waterway imagery. Until May 24. The Majlis Gallery, Al Fahidi, Bur Dubai (04 353 6233).
Opera at The Ivy: The excellent Emirates Opera Project presents an Italian-themed evening of arias at this British restaurant. Anyone who doubts the vibrancy of the local classical music scene, book up now. Dhs300 (including three-course meal). 7pm. The Ivy, Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Sheikh Zayed Road (050 564 7184).