5 things to do today in Dubai

Buy urban threads or enjoy an ’80s night

The Knowledge
Things to do on October 19:

See an art exhibition: Act and Application is a group exhibition bringing together six contemporary artists from around the world: Ra di Martino, littlewhitehead, Arthur Prior, David Rickard, Darren Harvey-Regan and Setareh Shahbazi.
Lawrie Shabibi gallery, Unit 21, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz 1 (04 346 9906).

Buy urban threads: The latest drop from Rita Ora’s ongoing collaboration with Adidas Originals has arrived in stores. It’s inspired by street art. It features metallics with black top spray, as well as loose boyfriend fits and bold bloom prints.
Available at The Dubai Mall (04 434 0836).

Enjoy an ’80s night: Every Sunday Sho Cho Dubai and DJ Elie transport you back to the ’80s. Discounted drinks from 7pm to 10pm.
Free. 7pm-3am. Sho Cho, Dubai Marine Beach Resort & Spa, Jumeirah (04 346 1111).

Diwali degustation: Marking the Hindu festival of lights, best Indian restaurant Armani/Amal launches a special sharing menu.
Dhs325 per person. Daily 7pm-11pm. Until October 25. Armani Hotel Dubai, Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai (04 888 3444).

New classes at Dubai Family and Friends: Music Play and Art Play classes are available on Sundays and Mondays for various ages. Enquire directly for timings and prices.
Al Fattan, Dubai Marina, alex@dubaifamilyandfriends.com (050 316 4025).

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