5 things to do today

Watch the world’s top tennis stars or see Romeo and Juliet

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Monday, February 20

View emotive Palestinian photography: ‘I Can Imagine You Without Your Home’ is a series of photos documenting the conflict in Gaza.
Free. Until March 14. Gallery Etemad, Al Serkal Avenue, Al Quoz 1 (04 346 8649).

See Madonna’s new movie project: Madge dons her director’s hat for W.E, a historic biopic about the affair between King Edward VIII and American divorcée Wallis Simpson.
In cinemas across Dubai.

Watch the world’s top tennis stars: Dubai Tennis Championships start today, with the women taking to the court. Make the most of this chance to see the world’s best players.
Dhs50. Matches start 2pm and 7pm. Until March 3. Dubai Tennis Stadium, Garhoud, www.timeouttickets.com

Hear guitar wizardry: Jason Carter plays his unusual 18-string guitar-harp with spine-tingling virtuosity.
Dhs50; free for under 18s. 7.30pm. The Fridge, Al Quoz, (04 347 7793).

Romeo and Juliet at Ductac: Shakespeare 4 Kidz is back in Dubai to stage epic Shakespeare tragedy Romeo and Juliet for the younger generation. They’ll be riveted to this child-friendly adaptation of what is surely the Bard’s most famous play. Suitable for children aged three and up.
Dhs150. Performances at 8.45am and 11.45am. Until March 23. Ductac, Mall of the Emirates (04 341 4777).

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