5 things to do today

Discover Dubai’s art hub or see a classic play

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Saturday 15

Discover Dubai’s art hub with a walk through Al Quoz: Join local gallery thejamjar on a two-hour walk to record the journey and build a better understanding of the cultural fabric of Dubai’s art community. Register via the email address below.
Free. Times TBC. Thejamjar, behind Dubai Garden Centre, Al Quoz, info@tasmena.net (04 341 7303).

See a classic play at thejamjar: Dubai Drama Group performs Harold Pinter’s classic The Birthday Party over three nights. The comedy revolves around Stanley Webber, a lodger in an English boarding house. His birthday turns into a nightmare when two strangers arrive.
Entry is by a Dhs50 suggested donation. 7.30pm. Until October 15. Thejamjar, Al Quoz, www.thejamjardubai.com (04 371 7303).

Let your Saturday sizzle at Ruth’s Chris Steak House: This Saturday steakhouse feast features a three-course meal complemented by two glasses of white or red (or a whole bottle if you feel like splashing out).
Dhs265 per person (with two glasses of grape), Dhs530 per couple (with a bottle of grape). Sat 7pm-midnight. Ongoing. The Monarch Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 501 8666).

Check out new club night Scene: Enjoy Nobu sushi in the new Ultra Lounge at Atlantis club N’Dulge as resident DJs provide beats to keep you moving.
Free. 9pm-3am. N’Dulge, Atlantis the Palm (04 426 0561).

Last chance to browse for gadgets at Gitex Shopper: The consumer electronics event exhibits more than 25,000 up-to-the-minute gadgets, with exclusive prices on the latest must-haves. It ends today, so head along while you can.
Dhs30. Open 11am-11pm. Airport Expo Dubai, Al Rashadiya Road, www.gitexshopperdubai.com.

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