5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

See an Oscar de la Renta exhibition or do yoga in a bike shop

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on April 22:

See an Oscar de la Renta exhibition
Harvey Nichols pays tribute to Oscar de la Renta, who died last year, with its Legendary Style Exhibit of past and present pieces.
Free. Until May 13. Harvey Nichols, Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha (04 409 8888).

Do yoga in a bike shop
A new class has been added to the I-YOG Yoga for Cyclists schedule, taking place every Wednesday morning at 10am on the spacious mezzanine level of Be Sport Bike Shop.
Dhs50 until April 30, Dhs75 thereafter. 10am. Ongoing. Exit 42, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.iyog.org (050 457 5895).

Check out a chilli crab festival
The annual celebration of this Singaporean recipe starts today.
Prices vary. Wed-Thu 4pm-midnight. Fri-Sat 1pm-1am. Until April 25. Souk Amphitheatre, Madinat Jumeirah, Umm Suqeim (04 366 6730).

Sacred Animal, Forgive Me
This exhibition, comprising a series of ten painted cow skulls, explores the treatment of livestock in mass food production – particularly the treatment of cattle. In this body of work, the artist, Helen Teede, attempts to make an apology to animals that die in the production of meat for consumption.
Until April 30. Showcase Gallery, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz (04 379 0950).

Be elegant on Wednesdays
Hear a mix of hip-hop and R&B by DJs Skinnyloop and Badir with MC Money Plus at Elegante Wednesdays. Ladies get free drinks all night.
Free (reservations recommended). 10.30pm-3am. Ongoing. Velvet Underground, Royal Ascot Hotel, Bur Dubai (056 435 0605).

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