5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

See an art exhibition or chill at Cinq Mondes Spa

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Things to do on January 25:

See an art exhibition: Three artists explore three countries and three faces in ‘Triangle.’ The exhibition showcases works from Misheck Masamvu, Tayseer Barakat and Ismail Al Rifai.
Free. 10am-7pm. Mojo Gallery, Unit 33 Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz 1 (04 323 6367).

HAUTLETIC opens today: The first permanent store opens its doors in Al Quoz.
Open 10am-7pm. Closed weekends. Al Marabea Street, Al Quoz (next to Art Sawa), www.hautletic.com.

Chill at Cinq Mondes Spa: On weekdays this month enjoy a one-hour traditional oriental massage with hot oil, with free full-day access to the hotel’s private beach, temperature-controlled pool and gym, plus ten percent discount on food and soft drinks.
Dhs399. Weekdays. Until January 30. Kempinski Hotel & Residences Palm Jumeirah (04 444 2400).

See Broadway in Dubai: ‘West End to Broadway’ will feature songs from Les Misérables, Wicked, Phantom of the Opera, Cats and more.
Free. 6pm and 8pm. Ibn Battuta Mall, The Gardens (04 454 1387).

Centre Stage Drama Classes at The Courtyard Theatre: From this month on, Centre Stage Arts is holding classes for youngsters covering everything from drama, poetry and prose to performance techniques, drama games and more. Suitable for kids aged five and up.
Sundays and Thursdays, 2.30pm, 3.30pm and 4.30pm. Ongoing. The Courtyard Theatre, Al Quoz, www.centrestage-arts.com (050 565 1009).

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