5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Get down to UK drum’n’bass or get dressed up for the races

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Things to do on March 13:

Get down to UK drum’n’bass: British legends Bad Company UK are joined by fellow Brit Maurs for a night of drum’n’bass, supported by local DJs.
Dhs100. 10pm-3am. Catwalk, Golden Tulip, Al Barsha (050 917 5432).

Punch open mic poetry night: A night of eclectic poetry by local talent, followed by an open mic session for all of Dubai’s budding bards. Email to register for the open mic, but hurry as spaces are filling up fast.
Free. 8.30pm-11pm. BookMunch Café, Al Wasl Road, info@bookmunchcafe.com, www.bookmunchcafe.com (04 388 4006).

Get dressed up for the races: Enjoy a night of horse racing where you can see some of the best up-and-coming talent around.
Free general admission. 6.30pm. Meydan Grandstand and Racecourse, www.dubairacingclub.com (04 327 0077).

See pizza acrobatics: Bringing a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘dinner and a show’, Italian eatery Da Vinci’s chef Manolo Mosconi performs pizza acrobatics until Saturday March 15, while there are deals on pizza and pasta until the end of the month.
Prices vary. Daily noon-midnight. Until March 31. The Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai, Garhoud (04 702 8888).

Check out a classical genius: Russian pianist Eduard Kunz performs Tchaikovsky, Chopin and Liszt among others during the World Classical Music Series in Dubai.
Dhs250-Dhs550. 7pm. Royal Ballroom, One&Only Royal Mirage, Al Sufouh Road (050 870 2674).

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