5 things to do today

Catch a double header of cinematic silliness or Get arty at Super Dooper

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Monday, April 30

Check out Syrian art: Up-and-coming Syrian painter Mohannad Orabi presents ‘It’s No Longer About Me’.
Free. Ayyam Gallery, Gate Village 3, DIFC (04 439 2395).

Midweek rates at Dubai Creek Golf Club: The 18-hole championship course has special rates for UAE residents and EGF members during the week.
Dhs420 (UAE residents), Dhs399 (EGF members). Until May 31. Dubai Creek Golf Club, Deira (04 380 1234).

Catch a double header of cinematic silliness: Two comedy classics have been paired for your giggle-tastic pleasures – watch Billy Crystal in Analyse That, followed by Rowan Atkinson in Johnny English Reborn.
Dhs75. 7pm, 9pm. Lakeview, Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Deira (04 295 6000).

Your last chance for a culinary adventure: Today is the last chance to try The Exchange Grill’s sharing menu, which includes two glasses of bubbly and some delectable steak dishes.
Dhs799 (per couple). 7pm-11.30pm. Until April 30. Fairmont Dubai (04 311 8316).

Get arty at Super Dooper: Fancy meeting other mums for coffee, but feel guilty about leaving your tot? The organisers at Super Dooper have the answer. You can now bring your baby with you to the Dubai Marina centre and they’ll be whisked away into the toddler room for an hour, while you catch up with friends, enjoy a coffee and get creative with ceramic painting.
Dhs79 (coffee, painting and one hour’s childcare). Mon, Wed, 10am-1pm. Ongoing. Super Dooper, Damac Tower, Dubai Marina, www.superdooper.ae (04 454 8391).

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