5 things to do today in Dubai

Chuckle away at The Comedy Club or head to afternoon tea

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on January 29:

Chuckle away at The Comedy Club: This stand-up show is the second of a series of three events until January 30. UK comic Craig Murray will be joined by Sean Miodownik and Londoner Joe Rowntree (above), who cut his teeth writing put-downs for Anne Robinson on UK TV show The Weakest Link.
Dhs140. 7.30pm. Societe Dubai, Marina Byblos Hotel, Dubai Marina (050 771 5769). www.timeouttickets.com

See amazing stone sculptures: Zimbabwean artist Dominic Benhura’s Shona stone artworks were featured in UNICEF’s 2014 calendar. Now you get to see his works here.
Until March 15. Showcase Gallery, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz (04 379 0940).

Shop at an outdoor market: Market Outside The Box features sustainable fashion sold out of shipping containers. There’ll be entertainment, music and workshops, too.
Until February 2. Daily 4pm-10pm. Thu 4pm-midnight. Fri-Sat 11am-midnight. Burj Park, www.mydsf.ae.

Head to afternoon tea: Aspen by Kempinski introduces a Chinese-themed version of its afternoon deal, in honour of the Asian country’s new year.
Dhs295 per couple. Wed-Sat 3pm-6pm. Until February 1. Kempinski Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha (04 409 5999).

Get a professional sports massage: This treatment at SHP Dubai aims to treat and maintain stiff and sore muscles and joints and involves techniques including deep tissue massage, connective tissue release, stretching and a trigger point treatment, too.
Dhs350 for 30 minutes. SHP Dubai, 1304, Swiss Tower, Cluster Y, Jumeirah Lakes Towers (04 368 7800).

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