5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Try Mexican cooking class at Scafa or stay fit after dark

The Knowledge
Wednesday, July 24

Mexican cooking class at Scafa: The cooking academy’s regular Wednesday class for couples features a lesson in on-trend Latin food.
Dhs500 per couple (including dinner). 6.45pm-10pm. Cluster 1, JLT (04 379 4044).

Admire award-winning photography: Photomentaries is an exhibition of the winners of and shortlisted entrants in a competition based on the theme of celebrating Arab culture.
Gulf Photo Plus, Street 8, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz (04 380 8545).

Stay fit after dark: Peddle, jog, rollerblade or walk your way around the Dubai Autodrome with Revolution Nights at the track. All cyclists must wear a helmet.
Free. Wed 6pm-9pm. Ongoing. Dubai Autodrome, Motor City (04 369 7441).

Break the fast with a cultural community group: Members of Meetup community group Culture in the UAE get together to break their fast at an Emirati-style iftar, enjoyed while sitting in a group on the floor, and learn more about local traditions during the Holy Month.
Dhs135. From 7pm. World Trade Club, Trade Centre tower, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.meetup.com/culturesintheuae (no number).

Iftar in a pop up: The Almas Lounge is a huge iftar tent in the heart of Dubai Media City, offering an international buffet and live music. Later in the evening an a la carte suhoor is available.
Dhs145 per person inclusive of water and fresh juices. 7pm-9pm (Iftar); 9pm-3am (Suhoor). Dubai Media City Amphitheatre (055 588 8134).

More from News

Authorities seek to protect tenants and economy, will Dubai be next?

Book by May 31 for a 30 percent discount on the end-of-season spectacular

New photos released of the Hyperloop test which could cut the Dubai Marina to Saadiyat Island journey to less than nine minutes

Traffic and organisational difficulties mar stellar performance

Family friendly movie season every weekend until April

Musicians supporting Mariah Carey, Tom Jones and Enrique Iglesias in Dubai revealed


Follow us