5 things to do today in Dubai

Chuckle at a comedy tour or go to Anne Curtis’ This is it, Dubai! show

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on May 7:

Chuckle at a comedy tour: Catch international comedians Tiff Stevenson, Gareth Richards and Billy Wayne Davis.
Dhs140. 8.30pm-10.30pm. Until May 8. Emirates Golf Club, Emirates Hills, www.facebook.com/thechuckleclub.

Go to Anne Curtis’ This is it, Dubai! show: It’s worth seeing the 30-year-old recording artist when she gets to Dubai. The Filipino-Australian – who is also an actress, television host, and VJ in the Philippines – has over 8 million followers on Twitter. Expect her to belt out her track ‘Made In The Philippines’ from ‘The Forbidden Album: Anne Curtis’, which she produced herself.
Dubai Tennis Stadium, 7pm-12am. For ticket reservations and inquiries please call (056 461 7308, 04 250 1882).

Sip afternoon tea: Lafayette Gourmet is offering a buffet selection of teas, Moroccan-inspired pastries, savoury bites and desserts.
Dhs75 per person, Dhs125 per couple. Sun-Thu 3.30pm-6pm. Ongoing. Galeries Lafayette, The Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (04 339 9933 ext: 2394).

Be cultured and go to the theatre: See the best of Short + Sweet Dubai Theatre Festival’s work from the past three years with a production of nine, ten-minute plays.
Dhs75 (adults), Dhs50 (under 16s). 8pm. Until May 8. Madinat Theatre, Madinat Jumeirah, Umm Suqeim (04 366 6546).

Groove to UK garage: UK garage pioneers ‘Sun City’ come to Dubai for the first time. Expect sets from The Dreem Teem, Mikee B, Heartless Crew’s Fonti and Mighty Moe, So Solid’s MC Harvey and more.
Dhs120. 9pm-3am. Level 41, Media One Hotel, Dubai Media City (052 074 5354).

Make your own unique scent or learn aromatherapy

Lollipop trees, a giant chocolate bar and a Burj Khalifa cake

The famous Mediterranean party spot will be opening at the Four Seasons Jumeirah

The ice cream venue is launching four brand-new flavours

Take in stunning sunset views at The Beach and La Mer in style, for less


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