5 things to do today

See legendary Paul Oakenfold or eat cheese and quaff grape

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Thursday, February 2

Eat cheese and quaff grape: Cheese connoisseurs are invited to savour unlimited cheese and two glasses of selected grape every Thursday.
Dhs130. 6.30pm-9pm. Until February 29. The Address Dubai Marina (04 436 7777).

Dubai’s newest drum’n’bass/dubstep night: AudioOasis returns for its second monthly event with DJ’s Kymera, Somalie and Mr Gremlin to keep the basslines rolling. There’s a free house bottle for any party of 10 that arrives before 10pm. Note the date change due to the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Free. 9pm-3am. Every first Friday of the month. Catwalk, Golden Tulip Hotel, Al Barsha (055 985 0305).

Get down with retro rap from Arrested Development: The veteran hip-hop troupe make a more-than-welcome return to Dubai, on a bill with ’80s Brit ska revailists The Beat. We’re just not sure who we’re looking forward to most.
Dhs120-200. 9pm-3am. Chi@The Lodge, Al Nasr Leisureland, Oud Metha, www.timeouttickets.com

Check some crater-deep grooves: Everything from funk, soul and reggae to Latin, hip-hop and even Afrobeat have been promised at new night Deep Crates, hosted by DJ Lobito.
Free. 9pm-3am. Casa Latina, Ibis Hotel, Al Barsha (04 399 6699).

Legendary Paul Oakenfold is in town: British DJ ‘Oakey’ arrives in Dubai with the first instalment of his ambitious ‘Four Seasons’ tour/album/light show.
Dhs100 before midnight, Dhs130 after. 9pm-3am. Trilogy, Madinat Jumeirah (050 624 5751).

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