5 things to do tomorrow

Free drinks for ladies and a social netball league for all

The Knowledge
Tuesday, May 29

Check out DIFC’s newest gallery: RIRA’s launch exhibition is entitled ‘Respect to Time’ and features works by both emerging and internationally recognised Iranian artists.
Free. Until June 16. RIRA Gallery, Gate Village 3, lower level, DIFC (04 369 9339).

Free relaxation, stress and confidence session: Book a free 30-minute total relaxation session, which also features advice to help boost confidence and relieve stress.
Free. Noon-4pm. Saeed Tower II, Sheikh Zayed Road, (055 809 8595).

Join a social unisex netball league: Play seven-a-side indoor netball in this mixed, recreational tournament, which starts today.
Dhs250 per person, Dhs1,950 per team. 7pm-10.30pm. Until June 26. Regent International School, Emirates Living, www.duplays.com (04 447 2394).

Ladies: grab a few free drinks: Four free fizzy drinks for ladies at newly jazzed-up The Gramercy, plus food from Dhs40.
7pm-11pm. Ongoing. DIFC (04 437 7511).

Hands-on play at the Sharjah Discovery Centre: A great morning out for the whole family, the centre has seven themed interactive play areas that include water, travel, building, a children’s supermarket and even becoming a star on TV. There’s a coffee shop too, so flaked-out parents can let the little ones run wild while they enjoy a decent coffee.
Dhs5-10. Open Sun-Thu 8am-2pm, Fri-Sat 4pm-8pm. Sharjah Discovery Centre, www.sharjahmuseums.ae (06 558 6577).

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