5 things to do today

Go mad for Madonna ... or check out a local performer

5 things to do today
Sunday, June 3

See the Queen of Pop… We can’t wait to see Madonna on stage in Abu Dhabi.
Tickets are still available via various hotel deals: see page 15 for details 7pm-late. Until June 4. Yas Arena, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, www.thinkflash.ae (no number).

…or a local talent:
UAE singer-songwriter Sach Holden performs a brave new set at The Fridge, with violin, double bass and more.
Dhs50. 7.30pm. Street 26, Al Quoz (04 347 7793).

Slimming Sundays at Man/Age: Book one of Man/Age’s slimming treatments on a Sunday and get 25 percent off the normal price.
From Dhs275 for endorma draining leg treatment. Ongoing. Man/Age, Arjaan Rotana, Dubai Media City (04 437 0868).

Enjoy lunch courtesy of Pierre Gagnaire: Pierre returns to the kitchen, and on Wednesday there’ll be a special ladies’ four-course lunch with bubbly.
Dhs350 (ladies lunch); Dhs250 (regular lunch menu). Noon-3pm. Until June 7. InterContinental Dubai Festival City (04 701 1199).

Family Funday at Ping Pong:
The dim sum experts have teamed up with Hamleys to provide families with a weekly evening of board games for Ping Pong diners. Games include the classic Monopoly, Cluedo and Scrabble, as well as the more modern Pictureka. Those who enjoy more traditional board games can also get stuck into chess and dominoes – as well as the tasty dim sum.
Prices vary. Sun 6pm- midnight. Ongoing. Ping Pong, The Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai, www.pingpongdimsum.ae (04 339 9088).

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