5 things to do today

Watch six top DJs go head-to-head or see Krafty Kuts

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Thursday, January 26

Pierre Gagnaire returns: The three-Michelin-star chef is returning to the kitchen of Reflets par Pierre Gagnaire. Be one of the first to meet him and sample his new culinary creations.
Prices vary. Noon-2pm, 7pm-10pm. Until January 30. InterContinental Dubai Festival City (04 701 1199).

Eat sushi and win a holiday: City Seasons Hotel is starting a Thursday-night Japanese buffet – diners have a chance to win a ticket to any of Bahrain Air’s 22 international destinations.
Dhs79 (food only). 7pm-11pm. Ongoing. City Seasons Hotel, Deira (04 294 2777).

Watch six top DJs go head to head: Who’s the top dog on the Dubai disc jockey scene? The Dubai Allstars will see six DJs dual in three back-to-back battles.
Dhs100, ladies free before 11pm. 9pm-3am. N’Dulge, Atlantis The Palm (056 603 7961).

Krafty Kuts works the decks at Trilogy: Brit DJ Krafty Kuts darts across music genres like a pro, but is best known as a master of the break and a lover of the bassline.
Dhs100 before midnight, Dhs130 after. 9pm-3am. Trilogy, Souk Madinat Jumeirah (050 624 5751).

See acclaimed Brazilian art: Jessica Mein’s debut exhibition in the Middle East features five animated videos as well as works on canvas, which represent layered states of dreaming and time.
Until March 8. The Pavilion, Emaar Boulevard, Downtown Dubai (04 447 7025).

The Japanese brunch will take place from Friday September 28

The Big Bad Wolf book sale will arrive at Dubai Studio City in October

Win top prizes at Time Out Dubai’s latest Brunch Club event

The ultimate guide to the city’s brunch options every Friday

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