5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Moroccan vibes at Café Arabesque or see art inspired by labourers

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Things to do on February 19:

Moroccan vibes at Café Arabesque: Recipes by a chef visiting from Casablanca are on the menu to tempt you this week.
Lunch: Dhs140 per person (soft drinks). Dinner: Dhs180 per person (soft drinks). Wed-Fri noon-4pm, 6pm-midnight. Until February 21. Park Hyatt Dubai, Deira (04 317 2222).

See art inspired by labourers: In an attempt to humanise the city’s construction workers and highlight the important contributions they make to our city, The Gamcha Project by American artist Elise Vazelakis is named after the workers’ colourful headwear, called gamchas, which she has collected from across the city.
Free. Until April 15. Showcase Gallery, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz 1 (04 379 0940).

Sip bubbly at a new night: Scamper across to Spanish nightspot El Sur and you’ll find special discounts. You’ll also get to quaff premium bubbly for just Dhs75 per glass.
Free. 6.45pm-11pm. Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, Jumeirah (04 399 7700).

Bag bargains at My Ex Wardrobe: Head down to this pre-loved pop-up shop to find fashion, accessories and shoes. It’s a well-organised evening with canapes and free drinks, plus the first 50 ladies to make a purchase will take home an exclusive My Ex Wardrobe gift bag.
Until February 19. 6.30pm-10pm. Rivington Grill, Madinat Jumeirah, Umm Suqeim, event@myexwardrobe.com

Attend a self-discovery workshop: Learn how to attract positivity and protect yourself from negative energy. This course explores how to cleanse toxins and free blockages and live a clearer, happier life.
Dhs50. 6.30pm-9pm. Until February 19. Illuminations Wellbeing Centre, Office 409, Fortune Executive Towers, JLT (04 448 7043).

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