5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Giggle at Whose Line is it Anyway? or do early morning yoga 124 floors up at the Burj Khalifa

The Knowledge
Thursday, June 13

Do early morning yoga 124 floors up at the Burj Khalifa: Fitness First is hosting Yoga At the Top sessions from the Burj Khalifa’s At the Top observation deck every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Dhs125 for Fitness First members; Dhs150 for non-members. 7.30am-8.30am. Purchase tickets at www.atthetop.ae.

Sample Kashmiri cooking: With a touch of geographic irony, The Bombay restaurant hosts a Kashmiri food festival, having flown in a Kashmiri chef specially.
Prices vary. Daily 12.30pm-3pm, 7.30pm-2am. Until June 15. Marco Polo Hotel, Deira (04 272 0000).

Meet new people over Irish cuisine: The Alphabet Dining Club will head out to eat and socialise with fellow food-lovers at D Bar & Grill. Sign up to the group’s page to RSVP.
Dhs250 set menu, Dhs350 with four drinks. From 7.30pm. D Bar & Grill, Dubai World Trade Centre, www.meetup.com/the-alphabet-dining-club-global-food-for-the-palate (no number).

Giggle at Whose Line is it Anyway? They may have visited Dubai more times we can count, but the improvisational sketches served up by the troupe are always fresh.
Dhs195. 8pm. Until Sat 15. Madinat Theatre, Souk Madinat, www.timeouttickets.com.

Eat steak and listen to jazz: Dubai’s carnivorous jazz fans should visit Center Cut steakhouse, where a pianist will be performing live jazz music.
Prices vary. Mon-Thu 9.15pm-midnight, Sun 8.45pm-midnight. Ongoing. The Ritz-Carlton, DIFC (04 372 2323).

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