5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

See Nic Fanciulli live or indulge in a seafood buffet

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on April 9:

Watch The Longest Ride in cinemas
Scott Eastwood – Clint’s son – stars in this romantic drama directed by George Tillman Jr. Adapted from Nicholas Sparks’ bestselling novel of the same name, it centres on a young couple whose lives intertwine with an elderly man as he reflects on a lost love.
Out in cinemas across Dubai from April 9.

Indulge in a seafood buffet

Armani/Mediterraneo’s seafood night features iced stations, with oysters, razor clams, tiger prawns, lobster tails and more.
Dhs350 per person. Thu 6.30pm-10pm. Ongoing. Armani Hotel Dubai, Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai (04 888 3444).

Learn the art of feng shui
Hosted by Jen Nicomedes, US representative of feng shui grand master Raymond Lo, this one-hour talk covers concepts including the five elements, Qi, and yin and yang.
Free. 7pm-8pm. Miracles Dubai, Icon Tower, TECOM, www.miraclesworldwide.com (04 363 9307).

Head to a comedy show
See comedians Carl Donnely, Ola and Justin Moorhouse at this month’s The Laughter Factory.
Dhs140. 9pm-11pm. Ongoing. Melrose Ballroom, Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach, JBR (04 355 1862).

See Nic Fanciulli live
The Grammy Award-nominated DJ and producer plays in Dubai as part of his worldwide tour with Ultra Music Festival.
Free (reservations recommended). 10pm-3am. Provocateur, Four Seasons Resort Dubai, Jumeirah Beach Road (04 270 7777).

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