5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Watch Pressure in cinemas or break the fast at Qbara

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

Watch Pressure in cinemas: This Ron Scalpello directed action thriller sees Danny Huston, Matthew Goode and Joe Cole star as deep-sea divers trapped in a small pod deep in the ocean.
Out in cinemas across Dubai from Thursday July 9.

Try the Anne Semonin beauty ritual: Lavish two hours on yourself at Grosvenor House Dubai’s Retreat Spa, with the Anne Semonin facial and body treatment session (Dhs650). Alternatively, cake yourself in mud with the Summer Escape (Dhs450).
Until July 31. Retreat Spa, Tower 1, Grosvenor House Dubai, Dubai Marina (04 399 8888).

Break the fast at Qbara: Expect chargrilled chicken and leek skewers dressed with Yemeni honey and Aleppo chilli salt, plus more. Dessert recipes include umm ali with rose water custard and chocolate katayef with walnuts and candied oranges.
Dhs245 per person, Dhs190 per person (for groups of 20 or more). Daily sunset-8.30pm. Wafi, Oud Metha (04 709 2500).

Take the family to Al Maha: Enjoy the Iftar menu including dates, juices and soup, plus one entrée, main course and dessert.
Iftar Dhs490 per person; suhoor Dhs260 per person. Daily from sunset. Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa, Dubai-Al Ain Road (04 932 9900).

Head to a film screening: Enjoy Little Miss Sunshine at the ‘Here Comes the Sun’ film screening series this week.
Free. 9pm. Until July 10. A4 Space, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz (050 556 9797).

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