5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Don’t miss Michael McIntyre live or Catch Martin Solveig live

Things to do today, The Knowledge

Things to do on June 12:
Shop online for shoes
Luxury Dubai shoe label So Soulier has gone digital, with a new website now accepting orders from across the UAE and the rest of the world. The brainchild of Scottish designer Catherine Granger, the brand is well known for its edgy tartan souls and bespoke engraving.
Ongoing. www.sosoulier.com.

Don’t miss Michael McIntyre live
The British comedian is back in Dubai with his hotly anticipated new stand-up show ‘Happy & Glorious’.
Dhs350-1,000. June 12-13, 6pm-11.30pm. Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.doneevents.com.

Check out local pro wrestling
Watch local champions Savage Sam, Lord Socrates, Blue Lightning and the first-ever female Arab wrestler, Joelle, battle it out in the ring.
Dhs50. 6.30pm-9pm. HM Fitness, next to Dubai Bowling Centre, Meydan Road, www.facebook.com/dubaiprowrestling (056 680 4846).

Have a Latin fiesta at Mistral
Mistral’s surf & turf samba night has street food stations and live entertainment.
Dhs199 (soft drinks), Dhs299 (house beverages). Fri 6.30pm-11.30pm. Until the start of Ramadan. Mövenpick Hotel Ibn Battuta Gate, The Gardens (04 444 0000).

Catch Martin Solveig live
As part of Pacha Ibiza Dubai’s closing weekend, French DJ and Producer Martin Solveig will take to the stage to perform a live set. Expect hits such as ‘Hello’ and ‘Ready 2 Go’.
Dhs150. 10pm-3am. Souk Madinat Jumeirah, Umm Suqeim (04 567 0000).

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