5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Head down to curry night at Reform or pick up a padel for beach tennis

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on July 18:

Head down to curry night at Reform: Every Friday evening, British gastro pub Reform Social & Grill hosts ‘The Great British Curry’ night, serving a selection of Indian dishes, including a choice of main courses.
Dhs99 per person. 8pm-midnight. Ongoing. The Lakes, Emirates Hills (04 454 2638).

Learn Arabic for free: If you’ve been putting off learning Arabic, now is the time to take advantage of Eton Institute’s free introductory classes. Book your spot in advance – they’re sure to be popular.
Free. Sun, Tue, Thu 3.30pm-5pm. Until July 24. Eton Institute, Knowledge Village, Al Sufouh, www.etoninstitute.com (800 3866).

Pick up a padel for beach tennis: Head down to Kite Beach and discover one of the fastest-growing sports in the region.
Dhs80 per court per hour. Ongoing. Daily 7.30am-10.30am and 5.30pm-7pm. BTME Sports Club, Kite Beach, Umm Suqeim, www.btmesports.com (055 268 6090).

Live catch and cooking at Levantine: Pick out your seafood, which will be grilled ‘live’ at your table. Diners can also enjoy a selection of mezze as an accompaniment.
Dhs650 per person. Daily 7pm-2am. Ongoing. Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 426 2626).

Ponder hard-hitting works: Iranian artist Amir Hossein Zanjani’s latest works revolve around the idea of submission to power, featuring military themes, including soldiers and masses of individuals mobilised by the army.
Until August 17. Salsali Private Museum, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz (04 380 9600).

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