5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Learn to make dim sum or be a better photographer

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Things to do on June 4:

Learn to make dim sum: Pan-Asian eatery Blue Jade launches interactive dim sum masterclasses. Advanced reservations required.
Dhs425 per person. Daily 4pm-7pm. Until September 30. The Ritz-Carlton Dubai, JBR, Dubai Marina (04 318 6150).

Enjoy a massage, take high tea: The Burj Al Arab’s Talise Spa summer deal includes a 55-minute classic Swedish massage using pure argan oil followed by a Talise high tea, including tea, fresh juices and a selection of treats from the Burj Al Arab’s Atrium Restaurant.
Dhs695 instead of Dhs995. Ongoing. Talise Spa, Burj Al Arab (04 301 7338).

Be a better photographer: Improve your photography with feedback from fellow snappers at the Emirates Photo Club. Bring two of your photos and get tips and advice over coffee. RSVP to confirm your attendance.
Free. 6.30pm. The Empty Quarter, DIFC, www.meetup.com/emiratesphotoclub (no number).

Get down at a hip-hop night: Weekly urban night from The Real Flava crew spinning R&B and hip-hop. Expect DJ Emir, Mr Shef Codes and DJ Kaboo to whoop it up.
Free (reservations recommended). 11pm-3am. Boutiq Ultra Lounge, The Address Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (050 354 3131).

Indulge in lobster: This month the promotional special at Seafood Market is lobster from Canada. Pick out your crustacean from a live selection and then choose how you would like it to be prepared from a list of cooking styles.
From Dhs545 per kg. Daily 12.30pm-5pm, 7.30pm-11.30pm. Until June 30. Le Méridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre, Airport Road, Garhoud (04 702 2455).

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