5 things to do today in Dubai

Head to the opening of Electric Days or see a new solo exhibition

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Friday, September 13

See a new solo exhibition: Head down to Alliance Française to see Maria Loffredam’s hyper realistic paintings of life.
Alliance Française Dubai, Oud Metha, Bur Dubai (04 335 8712).

Treat a friend to breakfast: THE One Deli’s Jumeirah branch has re-introduced its buy one, get one free promotion on delicious breakfast dishes such as the smoked salmon breakfast blini.
From Dhs31 per dish. Sun-Thu 9am-11am, Fri and Sat 9am-noon. Until October 6. THE One Jumeirah, Jumeirah Beach Road, Jumeirah 1 (04 345 6687).

Buy handmade jewellery and crafts at ARTE Market: Head down to this eclectic monthly market featuring the handicrafts and art of more than 1,800 artisans from 30 countries. Peruse handmade bags, jewellery, home furnishings, wall art and much more.
Free. Noon-7pm. ARTE Market, Times Square Center (04 341 8020).

Head to the opening of Electric Days: UK DJ Laura Jones will be spinning the tracks at the popular Tamanya Terrace night’s re-launch.
Dhs100 (reservations at doorlist@electricdays.net recommended). 6pm-2am. Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Media City (04 366 9111).

Have a VIP night out: Well known on the fashion circuits, Milanese DJ Michael Prado will be laying down house tunes at the Marriott Marquis’ swanky nightspot.
Free (reservations recommended). From 9pm. The VIP Room, JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (052 881 8888).

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