5 things to do tomorrow

Join the chef’s table at Chutney’s or see baby seahorse

The Knowledge
Thursday, August 9

Join the chef’s table at Chutney’s: Sample a selection of Awadh cooking from northern India, served at the chef’s table.
From Dhs95 (soft drinks). 7pm-11.15pm. Ongoing. Mövenpick Hotel & Apartments Bur Dubai (04 310 4340).

See baby seahorses: Rare baby seahorses will be living in The Palm Fish Nursery for the next two months. See them on a professionally run tour.
Dhs125 (adults), Dhs75 (children). Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 426 1000).

Visit a swish new restaurant: Blue Flame at Jumeirah Creekside orders its fresh cuts of meat and fish from sustainable sources. Worth a visit after the sun has set.
Open daily sunset until late. Jumeirah Creekside Hotel, Garhoud (04 230 8580).

Thursday movie night at Make Business Hub: Concept café Make Business Hub now holds regular film screenings on Thursdays, and is currently showing a series of movies from director Wes Anderson. Entry and popcorn are free. Tonight’s movie is The Royal Tenenbaums.
Free. From 7.30pm-10pm. Until August 16. Al Fattan Towers, Dubai Marina (04 392 9216).

Volunteer at Ramadan Care Packages Night 2012: Adopt-a-Camp’s annual care packages night returns, with volunteers needed to assemble boxes for labourers filled with essentials such as towels, pillows, plates, socks, toiletries and more. To take part, apply online.
Free. 9pm-3am. Dubai World Trade Centre, www.adoptacamp.ae (050 455 3157).

Dubai’s popular Italian joint is getting a “cheesy facelift”

Don't miss last remaining places in 5,000-strong ambassador team

Entering couldn’t be easier…

Sponsored: Tickets to the five-day festival of music and culture are now on sale

FIVE Palm Jumeirah Dubai launches exclusive new club

A kid accidentally calls in the universe’s deadliest hunter, the world’s clumsiest spy is out to save the world again and Blake Lively has a ‘simple’ favour to ask


Follow us