5 things to do today in Dubai

An evening of gourmet British food or dance to the History of House

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on April 10:

An evening of gourmet British food: Arabian Ranches Golf Club hosts an evening of fine British cooking with a five-course menu.
Dhs325 per person (non members). 7.30pm-11-pm. Arabian Ranches Golf Club (04 888 3444).

Meet Dubai entrepreneurs: Small and medium business owners can attend a morning of guest speakers and presentations at the SME Builder event. Hosted by TECOM, there will be panel discussions, and one-to-ones with experts offering legal advice, marketing and finance tips. Places are limited, so register online.
Free. 9am-11.30am. Dubai Knowledge Village Conference Centre, Al Sufouh, www.tecomsmebuilder.com.

Attend a fundraising dinner: Help raise money for Motor Neurone Disease at this golf gala dinner. There will be an auction of sporting memorabilia and a raffle. To reserve your place, email Frances Archer in advance at frances@d4rce.com.
Dhs200. 7pm-midnight. The Track, Meydan Golf Club, Nad Al Sheba, www.joost.co.za (056 254 3374).

Admire celebrity portraits: Photographer Gregory Heisler has been taking iconic photos of famous people for years. This collection includes his Time magazine covers as well as Muhammad Ali and Julia Roberts.
Free. Until April 19. Gulf Photo Plus, Al Quoz (04 380 8545).

Dance to the History of House: K-Klass and Alex P spin the tunes at this event. Perfect for anyone hankering after ‘90s house.
Dhs100 (ladies free before 11pm). 9pm-3am. Level 41, Media One Hotel, Dubai Media City (04 427 1000).

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