5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Young chefs cook at Amwaj Rotana or watch a Russian film

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

Young chefs cook at Amwaj Rotana: Rosso and Benihana hold a two-day cooking workshop for kids. Parents get 20 percent off lunch at Rosso or Benihana.
Dhs90 per child. Wed-Thu 10am-noon. Until July 23. Amwaj Rotana, The Walk, JBR (04 428 2000).

Go to a group photography show: Regional artists join together to celebrate colour photography with works that include abstract photography, landscapes, portraits, still life and street photography in the ‘RGB Community Exhibition’.
Free. 10am-7pm. Until July 25. Gulf Photo Plus, Warehouse D36, Alserkal Avenue, Street 8, Al Quoz (04 380 8545).

Pick up new yoga wear: Luxury Australian sportswear brand Slinkii Athletic is now available from the UAE’s fast-growing women’s active wear website The Hot Box Kit. The range includes funky tanks and tees.
Ongoing. www.thehotboxkit.com.

Watch a Russian film: As part of the summer film series, watch Utomlyonnye Solntsem (Burnt by the Sun). Directed by Nikita Mikhalkov, the film is a historical drama set in 1930s Russia.
Free. 7pm. A4 Space, Cinema Room, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz, www.alserkalavenue.ae (050 556 9797).

Early-morning networking event: Join this morning networking event to meet with other business professionals and take part in a Q&A with a keynote speaker.
RSVP online to attend. Dhs25 per person. 7.15am-8.45am. Sky Lounge, Gloria Hotel, Dubai Internet City, www.meetup.com/dubai-business-breakfast (no number).

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