5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Enjoy Arabian dining or rock to Emirati tunes

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Tuesday, October 22

Enjoy a free treatment: Get a free hair conditioning treatment when you book an appointment with new stylists Dawn and Lynsey.
Until October 22. Pastels, Jumeirah Beach Road (04 388 3534).

Visit an exhibition: Basir Mahmood’s third solo exhibition explores the significance of seemingly insignificant events.
Until November 7. Grey Noise. Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz (04 379 0764).

Rock to Emirati tunes: Folk music outfit Spiro holds a musical workshop ahead of a discussion about the role of traditional Emirati music in the current scene before a jam session at 8.30pm, where there’s an opportunity to play with the musicians on stage.
Free. 5pm. The Fridge, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz(050 553 8757).

Enjoy Arabian dining: Al Basha serves a Lebanese barbecue buffet, with Arabic music and belly dancers.
Dhs159 per person (soft drinks). Dhs199 (house beverages). 7pm-2am. Ongoing. Habtoor Grand Beach Resort & Spa, Dubai Marina (04 408 4257).

Ballet at Tiny Town: Dancers looking for somewhere to learn ballet will be happy to know that Tiny Town is offering classes for budding dancers.
Dhs420 for 12 classes. Every Tuesday 5pm-6pm. Suitable for kids aged five-seven. Tiny Town, Jumeirah Lakes Towers. www.tinytown.ae (04 423 2578).

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