5 things to do today

Dance to Mark Robinson’s tunes or learn how to act for the silver screen

Things to do today, 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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