5 things to do today

Free drinks for footie-friendly ladies or two-for-one facials at VOG

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Wednesday, June 13

Enjoy a fish dish frenzy at Fazaris: This new night at Fazaris offers fish, sushi and plenty of other Japanese seafood dishes.
Dhs195 (soft drinks), Dhs295 (selected beverages). 6.30pm-11pm. Ongoing. The Address Downtown Dubai (04 888 3444).

Two-for-one facials at VOG: Book a facial at any time during June and get a free Guintot Hydradermine Lift For Eyes treatment. There’s also a free roots touch-up on Sunday to Wednesday for customers who have coloured their hair in the salon.
Facials from Dhs250 for a 60-minute aromatic treatment. Ladies only. VOG Colour Your Life, Sunset Mall, Jumeirah Beach Road (04 380 8960).

See ‘It’s Raining Confetti’: In this colourful exhibition, Russian artist Daria Blizhenskaya uses a kaleidoscope of colour to play on the abstract reality of vision.
Free. Until June 30. Dubai Ladies Club, Jumeirah Beach Road (04 349 9922).

Meet sports stars for dinner:
Take part in an exclusive dinner at The Ivy, featuring celebrity sporting guests Jeremy Guscott and Jim Rosenthal.
Dhs495 (three-course set menu and selected beverages). 7pm-11pm. The Ivy, The Boulevard, Jumeirah Emirates Towers (04 319 8767).

Free drinks for footie-friendly ladies: There are three free drinks for ladies on Wednesday night – the perfect preparation for tonight’s Euro 2012 games: Denmark v Portugal (8pm) and Netherlands v Germany (10.45pm).
8pm-11pm. Sublime Bar & Lounge, Ibis World Trade Centre (04 318 7130).

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