5 things to do today in Dubai

Head to StreetCon 2015 or attend a cooking demonstration

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on May 2:

Head to StreetCon 2015
Today is your last chance to explore photography exhibitions, art installations and public art pieces lining the streets.
Free. 3pm-10pm. Al Ghurair Centre, Deira, www.alghuraircentre.com/streetcon (800 24227).

Attend a cooking demonstration
A free cooking demonstration will be held at Peppermill today, showcasing practical and modern cooking techniques for Indian food.
Free to attend. 11am-1pm. Lulu Hypermarket, Al Barsha (04 354 9166).

Try aerial silk yoga and Pilates
The class uses hanging silk hammocks to support the weight of the body, which allows students to achieve proper postural alignment through relaxation rather than effort. Classes take place three times a week.
Dhs65 per class. Sat 12.30pm, Tue and Thu 11am. James & Alex Dance Studios, Concord Tower, Dubai Media City, www.jamesandalex.com (04 447 0773).

Groove at a reggae party
Jamaican act Elephant Man headlines Reggae Beachfest and will be joined by DJ Merckz, Mr Reggae, Sir Lennox and Sharyse.
Free for ladies before 5pm, Dhs150 thereafter, Dhs150 for gents. 2pm-3am. XL Beach Club, Habtoor Grand Beach Resort & Spa, Dubai Marina (056 640 6161).

George’s Marvellous

Medicine Book your tickets now for the adventures of George as he plots to punish his evil Grandma with some special medicine. Suitable for over threes.
Dhs135-185. Times vary. Show takes place May 25-30. Madinat Theatre, Souk Madinat Jumeirah, Umm Suqeim, www.artforall.ae (04 366 6546).

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