5 things to do tomorrow

Hone your salsa skills at Blends or see three Arab artists in DIFC

The Knowledge
Wednesday, September 5

Hone your salsa skills at Blends: DJ and producer Kissy (aka Thomas Bisdee) launches the new Our Own night.
Dhs100; free for ladies before midnight. 9pm-3am. Ongoing. N’Dulge, Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (056 603 7961).

See three Arab artists in DIFC: New exhibition ‘Taqaseem’ features a trio of Arab painters from within the varied world of fine art. Each of the artists present works from their own unique stylistic vision.
Until October 7. The Ara Gallery, Burj Plaza, Downtown Dubai (04 454 2784).

Spoil yourself with a two-hour ‘nature’s best’ package at Senso: Start with a milky vanilla bath to smooth the skin, followed by a scrub to improve circulation and reduce cellulite. You’ll then enjoy a tension-release back and leg massage, rounded off with a strawberry facial mask.
Dhs495. Until September 30. Senso Wellness Centre, Radisson Blu Dubai Media City (04 366 9111).

Wish Rhodes Mezzanine a happy birthday: Gary Rhodes’s restaurant marks its fifth birthday by serving a special five-course celebratory menu.
Dhs500 for five courses. 7pm-11.30pm. Until September 8. Grosvenor House Dubai, Tower One, Dubai Marina (04 317 6000).

Superstar DJ Sasha is in town: The Welsh DJ and legendary house forefather makes a welcome return to Dubai at Trilogy’s new self-branded nights.
Dhs150. 10pm-3am. Trilogy, Souk Madinat Jumeirah (050 624 5751).

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