5 things to do today

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Sunday, August 5

Visit Sega Republic and get a free cinema ticket: With every two Sega tickets you buy, you’ll get a free Reel Cinemas ticket and Dhs20 to spend at the theme park.
Open daily 10.30am-2.30am. Sega Republic, The Dubai Mall (04 448 8484).

Break your fast with Brit-style cuisine: English food is served every Sunday evening at Channels.
From Dhs145 (soft drinks). Sunset-10.30pm. Ongoing. Media Rotana, TECOM (04 435 0201).

Try Somerset’s special burgers:
This British-style venue offers a special burger each evening. The selection includes Angus steak, Middle Eastern chicken, teriyaki salmon and vegetarian bean burger.
Dhs70. Sunset-3am. Ongoing. Mövenpick Hotel Bur Dubai, Oud Metha (04 310 4330).

Watch the 100m final: Catch a packed bill of Olympic events, including the women’s triple jump and 400m, and the men’s hammer throw, 3,000m steeplechase and men’s 100m final. See page 78 for more Olympic timings.
9.40pm-12.50am, OSN 1 HD.

Enjoy a family-friendly iftar: Get into the spirit of the Holy Month and head to the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding for an Emirati iftar. The evening begins just before sunset, with a prayer to break the fast followed by dates and drinks. Then iftar starts in earnest, with plenty of local flavours – the evening is focused on explaining the principles behind Ramadan. You’ll need to book in advance.
Dhs135 (adults), free for kids under 12. Daily 6.30pm-10pm. Until the end of Ramadan. Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding, Bastakiya, www.cultures.ae (04 353 6666).

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