5 things to do tomorrow

Sing along with the dancehall king or have a Cosmic Boogie

The Knowledge
Friday, May 18

Sing along with the dancehall king: The one and only Beenie Man stops by at Chi to sing hits old and new. Expect deep Jamican grooves from a vintage talent who’s been on the radio since he was eight.
Dhs150-950. 9pm-3am. Chi@The Lodge, Al Nasr Leisureland, www.timeouttickets.com

Race up the Hilton JBR tower: Ascend 36 floors (that’s 730 steps) to raise money for Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Humanitarian & Charity Foundation, which contributes to school fees for underprivileged children.
Dhs100 per person. 8am. Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Resort & Residences, The Walk, JBR, www.premiermarathons.com (no number).

Dine at a leading restaurant without breaking the bank: This four-course menu at Reflets par Pierre Gagnaire is paired with grape. But be warned: only accept the aperitif if you’re feeling flush (the bubbly costs nearly as much as the food).
Dhs250 (food only), Dhs390 (grape pairing). Noon-2pm. Ongoing. InterContinental Dubai Festival City (04 701 1199).

See stage comedy Noises Off! This locally produced comedy is based on Michael Frayn’s classic tale about an acting troupe trying to save their struggling show.
Dhs70. 2.30pm and 8pm. Ductac, Mall of the Emirates (04 341 4777).

Have a Cosmic Boogie: UK nu-disco talent Stu Robinson (aka Cosmic Boogie) flies into town to help launch local talent Megadon Betamax’s new single, ‘Falling’.
Dhs60. 9pm-3am. The Music Room, Majestic Hotel, Bur Dubai (056 799 6355).

The beachside dining spot is celebrating international coffee day at its brand-new branch

Feeling the pinch? Fear not. We've got 16 weekend feasts for under Dhs300 for you

Black Coffee and Themba will hit the decks on Friday September 28

You’ll get a complimentary vegetarian dim sum basket on October 1

It's free to take part and no experience is needed

There will be fireworks at La Mer, plus discounts across the city

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