5 things to do today

Wednesday 11

Art at Sheikh Zayed Mosque: Dubai-based French photographer Arnaud Humbert has two exhibitions starting at music and art space The Fridge this week. One explores Rajasthan, the other Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi.
Until June 13. The Fridge, Al Quoz (04 347 7793).

Buy exclusive shoes: So-hot-it-hurts footwear brand Finsk has created four designs exclusively for Dubai boutique Symphony. We love them – if you’re a fan of high fashion, we recommend checking them out.
From Dhs2,000. Symphony Style, The Dubai Mall (04 330 8050).

Free polishes: Sugar Nails and OPI are celebrating the launch of a new spa and a new range of shatter-effect polishes with a kiosk in MOE where they’ll offer free trial polishes and expert nail advice.
Free. Until May 14. Outside Debenhams, Mall of the Emirates (04 354 9001).

Drinks for Dhs1: Order a two-course meal at Glasshouse and all your drinks will cost just Dhs1 each.
Prices vary. 7pm. Hilton Dubai Creek, Deira (04 212 7551).

Fun at Fun City: Take the little monsters for a session at the newly refurbished Fun City in Lamcy Plaza (it used to be Lou Lou al Dugongs) – an edutainment centre with water play, sand play, a jungle gym, soft play, a mini supermarket, library and free kids’ cooking classes. Suitable for children aged two to 10, it’s brilliant value for parents who want their kids entertained all afternoon. And there’s even a café so you can relax too. Dhs35 per child. Lamcy Plaza, Oud Metha, www.lamcyplaza.com.

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