5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

See singer Tara McDonald Live or girls get swinging

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Things to do on September 18:

See singer Tara McDonald Live: The Brit’s vocals appeared on Armand Van Helden’s ‘My My My’ and a string of other hits. Watch her perform pop, dance and house hits.
Free (reservations recommended). 11pm-3am. Chinawhite, Grand Hyatt, Oud Metha (056 175 1010).

Poetry that packs a punch: Budding performance poets can sign up to share their verses with an appreciative audience at BookMunch Café. Expect readings from new and established local talent. Email zeinahbeck@gmail.com to register to read.
Dhs45. 8.30pm. BookMunch Café, Al Wasl Square (04 388 4006).

This time for Africa...: With the help of visiting chef Coco Fathi Reinarhz, K.Grill hosts a one-off evening of pan-African cooking, paired with African grape.
Dhs295 per person. 7.30pm-11pm. Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha (04 409 5999).

Girls get swinging: Women looking to perfect their putting can get coaching and advice with Dubai Golf’s new lesson packages.
Dhs1,200 per person. 6am-11pm. Daily. Emirates Golf Club, Emirates Hills and Dubai Creek Golf Academy, Deira, www.dubaigolf.com (04 295 6000).

Head to a D’n’B night: GlobalFunk and Bassworx team up and start the new season with the legendary dBridge and SP:MC.
Dhs100. 9.30pm-2.30am. Casa Latina, Ibis Hotel, Al Barsha (04 3996 699).

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