5 things to do tomorrow

Sail away for dinner or learn how to act for the silver screen

The Knowledge
Thursday, June 14

Dance to Mark Robinson’s tunes: The British DJ – a former Ministry of Sound decksmith and A&R talent at Peppermint Jam – showcases his latest venture at N’Dulge.
Dhs100; free for ladies before midnight. 9pm-3am. Atlantis The Palm (056 603 7961).

Have a record-breaking swimming lesson: Atlantis The Palm is attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest swimming lesson. Email olivia.wyrick@atlantisthepalm.com to register.
Free. 7pm. Aquaventure, Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 426 1000).

Learn how to act for the silver screen: Award-winning director Greg White is holding a four-day ‘On-Camera Scene Study Workshop’, which aims to help aspiring actors to prepare for film, TV and commercials. Participants must be aged over 18 (and have a bit of cash to splash).
Dhs3,500 per person. 7pm-10pm. June 14, 16, 21, 22. Ductac, Mall of the Emirates, www.timeouttickets.com

Sail away for dinner: Head out on Al Mansour dhow for a summer cruise with Arabic buffet and live oud music.
Dhs135. Daily 8pm-10.30pm (departs at 8.30pm). Until August 31. Radisson Blu, Deira Creek (04 205 7333).

Check out Aperitivo’s new home: It may be summer, but that hasn’t stopped the party at funky soul chill-out night Aperitivo – the fun has moved from M-Dek and now takes place under the newly covered Med terrace.
Free. 9pm-3am. Ongoing. Media One, Dubai Media City (050 876 4335).

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