5 things to do today in Dubai

Revo pop-up restaurant at Desert Palm or check out The Scene Club

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on October 8:

Revo pop-up restaurant at Desert Palm: Sample a five course menu of molecular cooking.
Dhs500 per person (including beverage pairing and optional pick up and drop off). Wed-Sat 7pm-10pm. Until October 11. Desert Palm, Al Awir Road (04 323 8888).

Transform your body with B2B: Get into shape with this new outdoor bootcamp that aims to get you training like an athlete. The sessions are led by well-trained coaches who have reached top level in their sports and are dedicated to getting you in champion shape.
First session free, Dhs80 per session thereafter. Weds 7pm. Ongoing. Dubai Sports City, www.b2bfitnessdubai.com (056 146 1750).

Check out The Scene Club: Book your ticket for Searching for Sugar Man at The Scene Club, Dubai’s independent film club. Reserve tickets online to attend.
Free. 7pm-10pm. Conference Centre, Dubai Knowledge Village, www.thesceneclub.com (04 391 0051).

Time for the final curtain: The current season of cabaret entertainment, alongside a Peruvian dinner at The Act Dubai, ends tonight. A new show will be launched later in the month.
From Dhs320 (food only). Mon-Wed 8.30pm-midnight. Until October 8. Shangri-La Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 355 1116).

Head to a tribute night: See two tribute acts in one night at The Music Room. Oasish have become the most sought-after Oasis tribute band in the UK. They are supported by Stereotonics, the official tribute to the Stereophonics.
Dhs100. 9pm-3am. The Music Room, Majestic Hotel Tower, Bur Dubai (04 359 8888).

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