5 things to do today in Dubai

Sip gold dust at Al Bayt or see Philip Mueller’s solo exhibition

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Wednesday, August 14

Sip gold dust at Al Bayt: New to the menu, the ‘Palace cappuccino’ is made with 22 carat gold dust. It’s also served with macaroons made in-house.
Dhs80. Daily, open 24 hours. Ongoing. The Palace Downtown (04 428 7806).

Get a gift with your purchase at Pastels Salon: Buy two products from the L’Oreal, Redken and Kerastase haircare range and you’ll receive a chic clutch bag. Alternatively, purchase three products and receive a full-sized Redken Colour Extend Radiant Spray worth Dhs105.
Until August 31. Valid in all branches, including Pastels Jumeirah (04 388 3534).

See Philip Mueller’s solo exhibition: Check out the surreal and slightly macabre Dutchman’s oil paintings at Carbon 12 gallery.
Carbon 12, Aserkal Avenue, Al Quoz (04 340 6016).

Improve your photography skills over coffee: The Emirates Photography Club gets together to share and critique members’ snaps. Each attendee is invited to bring two of their own images on a USB for discussion. Sign up to the group’s Meetup page to take part.
Free. From 7pm. The Change Initiative, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.meetup.com/emiratesphotoclub (no number).

Learn about pole fitness: As Tribe Fit prepares to introduce pole fitness classes, this session sees the instructor introduce the principles. Non-members are also welcome.
Free. From 7pm. TribeFit, Silverene Tower, Dubai Marina (800 87423).

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