5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

See Trevor Noah’s Lost in Translation or enjoy an Italian/ Japanese mash-up

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on March 25:

See Trevor Noah’s Lost in Translation: The South African comedian is back in Dubai for a four-night run with his new stand-up show ‘Lost in Translation’.
Dhs280. 8.30pm. Until March 28. Ductac, Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha, www.ductac.org.

Get exclusive discounts: Take advantage of discounts exclusively for Time Out Dubai readers at The Ritz-Carlton Dubai every Wednesday until the end of April. You can spend a full day enjoying the beach, pool, and other luxurious facilities for Dhs500 per couple (normally Dhs500 per person). Book in advance and show this page of the magazine to get the discount.
Dhs500 per couple. Until April 30. The Ritz-Carlton Dubai, The Walk, JBR (04 318 6150).

Enjoy an Italian/ Japanese mash-up: Teatro restaurant welcomes a guest chef in residence all week from Japanese teppanyaki chain Benihana.
Prices vary. Daily 6pm-2am. Until March 31. Towers Rotana, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 312 2201).

Ladies, get boxing: This boxing fitness class will improve core strength, toning and endurance. No prior boxing experience is needed.
First trial free. Dhs100 per session. Wed 6pm-7pm. Al Quoz, www.round10boxing.com (04 338 0101).

Go swing dancing: Listen to Swing Revue who will play a blend of retro music with harmonised singing. Enjoy a free swing dance lesson before the group perform.
Free. 8.30pm-1am. Jazz@PizzaExpress, Cluster A, JLT (04 441 6342).

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