Things to do on October 29:
Cook with chef Atul Kochhar: The Michelin-awarded chef behind Rang Mahal by Atul Kochhar hosts a cooking class today, which includes a three course meal.
Dhs395 per person. 2pm-5pm. JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 414 3000).
Get a taste of Kerala this week: Dishes from this vibrant southern Indian cuisine are on offer from today at Chutney’s Restaurant for the new Kerala Food Festival.
From Dhs120 (one soft drink), Dhs60 (children aged seven to 12). Free for children aged six and below. Daily 12.30pm-midnight. Until November 8. Mövenpick Hotel & Apartments Bur Dubai (04 336 6000).
See a cool window display: Harvey Nichols is currently exhibiting the works of Chinese artist Kim Xu, whose style fuses fashion and art and the display features a piece commissioned for the region.
Until October 31. Harvey Nichols, Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha (04 409 8888).
Improve your physical strength: This new weekly class incorporates circus, gymnastics and provides a well-rounded approach to body awareness and health. Ideal if you want to build strength for your asanas or if you just want to move more.
Dhs80 for a drop-in class. Mon and Wed 8pm, Sat 9am. Urban Yoga, 37th floor, Aspect Tower (Executive Towers) Business Bay, www.urbanyoga.ae (04 369 7882).
Cut Killer Live: The renowned French DJ Cut Killer will take to the stage at Cavalli to perform his hits, ‘Go Go Go’ and ‘Party Get on Down’.
Dhs300. 9.30pm-3am. Cavalli, Fairmont Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (050 991 0400).