A night at the Opera with The Ivy or learn about digital billboards
Time Out Dubai staff
Things to do on June 11:
A night at the Opera with The Ivy: The British restaurant takes on a French theme tonight, with the Emirates Opera Project. Dhs395 per person (three courses and soft drinks). 7pm-11pm. Jumeirah Emirates Towers Boulevard, firstname.lastname@example.org (050 564 7184).
Learn about digital billboards:
Start-ups and entrepreneurs can discover a new form of digital interactive branding at this meetup. Free. 7pm-9pm. The Cribb, Al Quoz, www.meetup.com/atthecribb (04 319 7645).
Dubai Sports World opens:
Beat the heat and play a dozen different sports in the UAE’s largest indoor sports facility. Book pitches in advance to play. From Dhs110 per hour for cricket. Free access to entertainment zone. Daily 8am-midnight. Until August 30. Dubai World Trade Centre, Downtown Dubai, www.dubaisportsworld.ae (04 306 4000).
Have a massage and foot reflexology: Book a 60-minute Swedish massage and 30-minute foot reflexology for Dhs350 instead of Dhs470, or treat yourself to any facial treatment and get a free back massage. Couples booking two separate massages can also get 25 percent off the total bill. Until August 31. Calm Spa & Salon, JA Ocean View Hotel, The Walk, JBR (04 814 5968).
Parsi food hits The Bombay: This week, the Indian restaurant hosts a Parsi food festival, showcasing specialities from this unique fusion of Northern Indian and Iranian cooking. Dhs59 per person. Wed-Sat 12.30pm-3pm, 7.30pm-2am. Until June 14. Marco Polo Hotel, Al Muteena Street, Deira (04 272 0000).