5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai
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Things to do on September 6:
Ponder new furnishings: Time for an upgrade on that sofa? Peruse furniture from luxury Italian brand Bonaldo, which is now stocked at the high-end interiors store.
Ongoing. Various locations including Sheikh Zayed Road (04 330 6466).
Eat moon cakes: Celebrate the mid-autumn moon festival at Long Yin with these traditional cakes flavoured with lotus seed paste.
Dhs190 (box of four). Daily 12.30pm-2.45pm, 7pm-11pm. Le Méridien Dubai, Airport Road, Garhoud (04 217 0000).
Listen to live music: Described as an ‘indie indoor picnic’, new event ‘Beat the Heat, Cheat the Week’ will see performances by local independent musicians.
Free. 7pm-11pm. Tr!beca Kitchen + Bar, JA Ocean View Hotel, The Walk, JBR (050 345 6067).
Attend a poetry slam: Bards, sign up to perform your original short pieces. Audiences will also be entertained by hip-hop poet Irshad Azeez.
Dhs20. Free for performers. 7pm. Impact Hub Dubai, Saaha Offices Block B, Downtown Dubai, www.impacthub.ae (04 375 4444).
E-Sports Football Club: Programmes including Early Touches for three- to six-year-olds, Skills in Schools for four- to 11-year-olds, Development and Elite squads for six- to 16-year-olds and more.
Prices, times and dates vary. Ongoing. Various locations including Dubai American Academy, Al Barsha, www.esportsuae.com (04 369 7817).
Time Out Dubai,
Actor Antonio Banderas and Game Of Thrones actress Maisie Williams will be in Dubai this October
Take a daycation or attend A Club night out
Try all-you-can-eat-and-drink at Fibber Magee’s or see an art exhibition