5 things to do tomorrow

The Knowledge
Wednesday, May 9

Celebrate the youth of today at People: AUD students celebrate term’s end at this graduation party, which is open to all.
Free. 10pm-3am. People by Crystal, Raffles Dubai, Oud Metha (050 735 0859).

View top regional artworks up for auction: See contemporary Middle Eastern works that are being auctioned in the 13th instalment of the Young Art Collector’s Auction.
Free. Until May 15. Ayyam Art Center, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz 1 (04 323 6242).

Join a cricket league: Sign up to this new recreational cricket league for men, which starts today. Also on Mondays.
Dhs600 (per person), Dhs5,000 (team of eight). 7pm-10.30pm. Until June 27. Dubai Modern High School, Nad Al Sheba (04 447 2394).

See a documentary premiere: Watch the UAE premiere of Footsteps of Thesiger, a documentary chartering UAE-based adventurer Adrian Hayes and his expedition across the Empty Quarter. The film will be followed by a Q&A session.
Dhs250 per person, Dhs2,500 for a table of 10; includes a three course dinner and drinks. 7pm. Jumeirah Beach Hotel, www.bbgdxb.com (04 397 0303).

Hear a Russian songstress sing and spin: Lounge-tastic Buddha Bar DJ, producer and singer Alfida flies in to play evening grooves at Karma Kafé.
Free. 10pm. Karma Kafé, Souk Al Bahar (04 423 0909).

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Here are 40 of the latest openings in town, from clubs and bars to gyms and museums

We check out the street food menu at trendy new Mexican, La Carnita

Warehouse’s buzzing brunch has a party vibe, but don’t go for the food

A variety of tasty dishes at this Indian brunch where kids under 12 eat for free

Sunrise sessions are back at At The Top


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