5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Lady Gaga finally hits the stage or take on the K9 Friends quiz

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

Lady Gaga finally hits the stage!: The princess of pop is in Dubai. Expect elaborate costumes and hit after hit, including, ‘Do What You Want,’ ‘Poker Face,’ and ‘Telephone.’
From Dhs495. Meydan Racecourse, Nad al Sheba, www.ladygaga.com.

Do a dance class – it’s free!: Learn ballet, hip-hop, contemporary, tango, salsa, bachata, belly dance or Zumba at James & Alex Dance Studios for free until Thursday. Register in advance to guarantee your spot.
Until September 11. James & Alex Dance Studios, Concord Tower, Dubai Media City, www.jamesandalex.com (04 447 0773).

Take on the K9 Friends quiz: Get your smartest mates together for this charitable quiz, in support of dog rescue organisation K9 Friends. To enter email quarterlyquiz@itp.com.
Free. 7.30pm. McGettigan’s, Jumeirah Lakes Towers, www.k9friends.com (04 887 8739).

Try Arabic-style afternoon tea: As part of the anniversary celebrations at The Address Dubai Mall, Karat hosts a special afternoon tea deal, with Arabic twists on the classic light meal.
Dhs59 per person. Daily 5pm-9pm. Until October 9. The Address Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (04 888 3444).

The Oberoi Dubai’s restaurant week: Dine out at the Business Bay hotel’s signature restaurants this week and enjoy a special rate. Hurry, the offer only lasts until Saturday.
Dhs160 per person (Nine7One). Dhs180 per person (Umai and Ananta). Times vary. Until September 13. The Oberoi, Dubai, Business Bay (04 444 1407).

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