5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

View an exhibition or jazz up your workout

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on August 11:

View an exhibition: The paintings of Zimbabwean artist Alison Coulthurst are complete with lines of words, inspired by dreams and songs, titled, ‘Scripts of our unspoken words.’
Until September 13. Showcase Gallery, Al Quoz (04 379 0940).

Lunch in Belgian style: The business lunch at Café Belge offers a two or three course choice from a menu that changes regularly.
Dhs100 (two courses). Dhs120 (three courses). Sun-Thu noon-3pm. Ongoing. The Ritz-Carlton, DIFC (04 372 2323).

Do a pub quiz: The battle of the brains returns in full force at UBK. Guests are invited to participate at no cost and get a chance to win first prize ofbrunch for eight people.
Free. 8.30pm-3am. UBK, Mövenpick, Jumeirah Lakes Towers, (04 438 0000).

Jazz up your workout: Try out the new Jazzercise class combining aerobics, kick boxing, dance and Pilates to Top 40 chart hits.
Dhs45 per session, or Dhs250 for a set of 10. Sun, Mon, Tue and Wed 7pm-8pm. Ongoing. Crowne Fitness Health Club, Crowne Plaza Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.crowneplaza.com/dubai (04 305 6600).

Monday’s Sobhiya: Every Monday is Ladies’ Day at Mirdif City Centre, where women can take advantage of exclusive deals offering savings of at least 25 percent from pampering or shopping to play centres and family attractions for the kids.
10am-2pm. Ongoing. Mirdif City Centre, Mirdif, www.mirdifcitycentre.com (800 6422).

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