5 things to do today in Dubai

Don’t miss the Dubai Rugby 7s or party all day long to a UK DJ

Things to do on November 29:

Don’t miss the Dubai Rugby 7s: Prepare for three days of thrilling action on the pitch, including fancy dress in the stands and live music in the Rugby Village.
Free (Thu), Dhs300 (Fri-Sat), Dhs500 (Fri and Sat). From 8am. The Sevens Stadium, Dubai to Al Ain Road (E66) www.timeouttickets.com

Get covered in paint powder: Not to be confused with the Color run in December, this 5km un-timed, Color Walk sees participants covered in coloured powder with the completion of each kilometre.
Dhs110. From 3pm. Gate 1, Zabeel Park, www.premiermarathons.com.

Party all day long to a UK DJ: UK DJ and producer Subb-an will be dropping the beats along with sets from resident DJs Jean B and Frederick Stone at the popular Ibiza-esque al fresco party venue Blue Marlin.
Members and bookings only. 9pm-3am. Blue Marlin Ibiza, Ghantoot (056 113 3400).

Celebrate all things US: Today, Americans should feel uniquely at home at the usually Brit-centric Double Decker brunch. A one-off Thanksgiving edition offers roast turkey and there is even American football being shown.
Dhs199 per person. Noon-4pm. Al Murooj Rotana Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 321 1111).

See art inspired by North Korea: Ingrid Hora’s abstract paintings on paper are featured in a new exhibition called Dear Leader and address the relationship between individuality and society. The main piece is inspired by a gigantic mosaic of pictures created by over 30,000 North Korean children.
Until December 28. Grey Noise, Unit 24, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz 1 (04 379 0764).

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