5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Poetry at Vogue Café or see surreal art

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on July 1:

Check out new threads: Parisian street-style layered looks with a focus on feminine laces and silks make up the new autumn/winter collection from Venezuelan-American designer Carolina Herrera.
Dubai Festival Centre (04 232 6030).The Dubai Mall (04 339 8132) and Mirdif City Centre (04 284 0795).

See surreal art: Surreal show So Long and Thanks for All the Fish has preoccupations with sci-fi, fantasy and transformations. Adam Dix, Tala Madani and Basim Magdy all contribute.
Until July 17. Lawrie Shabibi Gallery, Al Quoz (04 346 9906).

Have a hair treatment: Get your tresses iftar-ready with this package, which involves a mask, head massage and blow dry.
Dhs105. Sun-Wed from 1pm-4pm. Palm Strip Mall, Jumeirah Beach Road, Jumeirah 1 (04 386 8604).

Poetry at Vogue Café: Brownbook is hosting poetry readings through Ramadan. Budding poets should email poets@brownbook.me.
Free. 8.30pm. Until July 22. Vogue Cafe (Level Shoe District), The Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (04 457 4287).

The Brain and Learning: Increase IQ, improve memory, focus and concentration with fun along the way at The Brain and Learning summer camp.
Dhs270 per hour on average. Sun-Thu 9am-1pm. Flexible dates throughout summer. 1103 Grosvenor Business Tower, TECOM, www.brain.ae (04 453 4170).

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