5 things to do tomorrow

Cheap drinks and football or mango madness

The Knowledge
Tuesday, June 19

Check out the new T-shirt range at Gap: This comfy new range features women and men’s T-shirts, tanks and more in plush fabrics and flattering fits.
From Dhs55 to Dhs395. Gap, various locations including Mall of the Emirates (04 385 0988).

See the work of a Syrian photojournalist: Ammar Abd Rabbo presents ‘Follow the Leader’, a series of rare photographs of Arab and international leaders and dictators.
Free. Until July 12. Ayyam Gallery, Podium Level, Gate Village 3, DIFC (04 439 2395).

Go mango mad: The new Mango Mania menu at Shiba delivers a three-course mango-themed dinner.
Dhs160. 7pm-11pm. Until June 30. The Meydan Hotel, Nad Al Sheba (04 381 3111).

Cheap drinks and football: Catch the final group-stage games of Euro 2012 at Trader Vic’s, where a bucket of five hops costs Dhs69. Offer valid during all games.
Kick-off 10.45pm. Al Fattan Towers, Dubai Marina (04 399 8993).

Table manners workshop: Are your kids driving you dippy at dinner? If your family meals have become a battleground, perhaps it’s time you sought help. This week’s workshop at KidsFIRST Medical Centre, is called Managing Mealtimes, and is run by former teacher and parent educator Therese Sequeira. Parents only.
Dhs180 per person. 8.30am. KidsFIRST Medical Centre, Al Wasl Road, www.parentingdubai.com (04 394 2464).

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