5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Celebrate McGettigan’s birthday or sample a great chef’s dishes

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on November 22:

Celebrate McGettigan’s birthday: Irish folk singer Mary Black, who has collaborated with US singer Joan Baez, is performing live with her full band as part of McGettigan’s JLT’s third birthday to delight regulars at the Irish-themed watering hole.
Dhs120. 7pm. Almas Tower, Jumeirah Lakes Towers, (04 356 0560). www.timeouttickets.com

Go for a walk to tackle diabetes: Take part in the annual Beat Diabetes Walkathon, which aims to raise awareness of the condition. Participants will be in with a chance to win Shukran points and gift hampers.
Free, register online. From 7am, Zabeel Park, Zabeel, www.beatdiabetes.me.

Learn the art of stretching: Exhale studio explores how Pilates and yoga can help regain mobility and increase your range of motion. Great if you suffer muscle stiffness.
Dhs150. 10am-noon. Exhale, Murjan 1, JBR, www.exhaledubai.com (04 424 3777).

Sample a great chef’s dishes: Ronda Locatelli offers a menu of fresh white truffle with a selection of classic Italian recipes, including a variety of dessert options, just in case that isn’t enough to tempt you.
Prices vary. Daily noon-3pm, 6pm-11pm. Until further notice. Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 426 2626).

Countdown to a Europe gig: The Swedish band Europe, creators of the anthemic song ‘The Final Countdown’ will be rocking out Dubai for the first time ever. Go and jump up and down to a legendary track.
Dhs200-375. 8pm. Dubai Duty Free Tennis Stadium, Garhoud. www.timeouttickets.com

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