5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Go Greek near the Creek tonight or admire Sufi-inspired art

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on December 11:

Admire Sufi-inspired art: Meem Gallery’s latest mixed media exhibition by Iraqi artist Amar Dawod is inspired by the writings of famous Sufi thinker Mansur al-Hallaj.
Free. Until January 20. Meem Gallery, Al Quoz, www.meem.ae (04 347 7883).

Take a beauty masterclass: Spa brand Elemis will be hosting a beauty masterclass tonight to show how the Pro-Intense Lift Effect 30-Day Super System can help tofirm, tighten, smooth and shape mature skin.
Free. 8pm. The Elemis range is availablefrom Bloomingdale’s, The Dubai Mall (04 350 5140).

Be bowled over at the cricket: Pakistan take on India in a live international Test match. Thetwo cricket power-houses will be playing in the T20 Series. It promises to be anight of fast bowls and plenty of wickets
Tickets are priced from Dhs45, 8pm. Until December 13, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai Sports City, www.dubaisportscity.ae (04 425 1111).

Rock out at The Music Room: Egyptian industrial metal band Hate Field, who got together in 2011, will be performing live at The Music Room tonight.
Dhs60. 10pm-3am, The Music Room, Majestic Hotel Tower, Bur Dubai (04 359 8888).

Go Greek near the Creek tonight: Greek eatery Elia welcomes award-winning visiting Chef Yiannis Baxevanis, who has created a series of daily specials with help from the restaurant’s head chef.
Price vary. Wed-Mon 7pm-midnight. Until December 16. Majestic Hotel Tower Dubai, Mankhool Road, Bur Dubai (04 501 2690).

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