5 things to do today

Have a spa treatment at home or groove to the sounds of DJ Murad

The Knowledge
Wednesday, August 22

Groove to the sounds of DJ Murad: This Lebanese decksmith broke records with his 2001 smash ‘1001 Nights’, reported to be the best-selling Arabic release ever. Here he helps to get the party started at Karma Kafé.
Free. 9pm-3am. Karma Kafé, Souk Al Bahar, Downtown Dubai (04 423 0909).

Calligraphy art at Media One: Upcoming Emirati calligraphy artist Maryam Al Falasi is exhibiting her works at Media One, showcasing the elegance of the Arabic written word and its use in contemporary artworks.
Until August 23. Media One Hotel, Dubai Media City (04 427 1000).

Have a spa treatment at home: Be pampered without leaving the house: Azur Spa’s On Wheelz service will come to your home. Get a full-body massage and luxury facial for less this month, plus a free body scrub.
Massage and facial Dhs450 (normally Dhs670). Ladies only. Until August 31. Azur Spa on Wheelz, www.azurspa.com (04 447 5284).

A bespoke dinner at Wok In: Choose from a selection of ingredients to create your own rice- or noodle-based main course, which will then be prepared by the chefs.
Dhs99 (food only). 6pm-midnight. Ongoing. Mövenpick Deira (800 33472).

Bling up for Diamond Wednesdays: Boudoir’s reliable R&B night Diamond Wednesdays relaunches for the new season with resident talent Brooklyn and Shero behind the decks. Oh, and there’s also the small matter of free drinks for ladies all night.
Free (reservations recommended; door policy applies). 9pm-3am. Boudoir, Dubai Marine Beach Resort & Spa Jumeirah (050 652 0626).

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