5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

See works by our Time Out columnist or find bargains in Dubai Summer Surprises

The Knowledge
Wednesday, June 12

See works by our Time Out columnist: Artist Hatty Pedder is selling her quirky inkings of Dubai’s art scene, events and characters, for the special price of Dhs1,500 each.
7pm-10.30pm. Until June 15. Desert Fish Studio, Al Quoz (04 388 4341).

Find bargains in Dubai Summer Surprises: There are discounts and prizes to be won across the city. Deira City Centre, Mall of the Emirates and Mirdif City Centre are extending their hours to 10am to midnight on weekdays and 10am to 1am on weekends.
For more info visit the Facebook pages of each mall.

Do yoga in an art gallery: Position yourself into downward dog surrounded by creativity with summer Yogallery classes.
Dhs50 per session. Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. 6.30pm-7.30pm; Sat 10am-11am. Space limited, book ahead. Urban Yoga at XVA Gallery, DIFC www.urbanyoga.ae.

Scottish seafood at Fire & Ice: This month, the seasonal specials on Fire & Ice’s menu feature oysters, salmon, smoked haddock and more from Loch Fyne in Scotland.
Prices vary. Daily 7pm-11.30pm. Until June 30. Raffles Dubai (04 324 8888).

Hear a new UAE supergroup: Brand new band The Funk Radius sees recognised UAE musicians from three different musical spheres come together, with jazz brothers Rony and Elie Afif teaming up with hard rocker Jay Wood and funky soul singer Hamden Al-Abri, of Abri and Bull Funk Zoo fame.
Dhs50. 9pm. Blue Bar, Novotel World Trade Centre (04 332 0000).

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