Learn to cook the Ramsay way: Scott Price and Nick Alvis – two prodigies of Gordon Ramsay – host this class, in which participants will be taught how to prepare a three-course meal, which they will then eat together. Advanced booking required.
Dhs950 (includes class, lunch, cookbook and apron). Daily 10am-2pm. Ongoing. Hilton Dubai Creek, Deira (04 227 1111).
All-you-can-eat Japanese barbecue: Head to Sumibiya for plenty of authentic dishes and thirst-quenching beverages, from Korean pickled starters to marinated beef, seafood and chicken.
Dhs180 (selected house beverages). Sat, Sun, Tue, Wed, Fri 7pm-11pm. Ongoing. Radisson Blu Dubai Deira Creek (04 205 7333).
See Kelly Rowland, T-Pain and Sean Paul: 50 Cent may have cancelled, but now you get three artists instead of one. It’s the final gig of the Eid Shoppiesta weekend, so be sure to make the most of it.
Tickets from Dhs100. 7pm-midnight. Meydan Racecourse, Nad Al Sheba, www.timeouttickets.com
Look gruff at a new bikers’ night: Long’s Bar’s newest night welcomes all motoring enthusiasts, whether they own a bike or just love to ride them. Offers include selected mixed drinks for Dhs30 and a free drink
for club members.
Free. 8pm-2am. Long’s Bar, Towers Rotana, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 312 2202).
Hands-on play at Sharjah Discovery Centre: A great morning out for the whole family, Sharjah Discovery Centre has seven themed interactive play areas that include water, travel, building, a children’s supermarket and even becoming a star on TV. The indoor space at the centre is huge and well air-conditioned, so your brood can run about to their heart’s content and work off all that excess energy.
Dhs10 (adults); Dhs5 (kids). Sun-Thu 8am-2pm; Fri-Sat 4pm-8pm. Ongoing. Wasit suburb, Sharjah, www.sharjahmuseums.ae (06 558 6577)