5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Meet two albino alligators at Atlantis or pay a visit to a charity shop

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Things to do on July 29:

Meet two albino alligators at Atlantis: Two rare albino alligators now reside at The Lost Chambers. The baby brothers are 80cm long, but can grow to up to four metres.
Dhs75 (adults), Dhs50 (children aged under 13). Prices for UAE residents. Daily 10am-10pm. Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah, www.atlantisthepalm.com (04 426 2000).

Pay a visit to a charity shop: Donate second-hand clothes or pick up a bargain at this charity shop. All proceeds go towards the work of Dubai Centre for Special Needs. The first Friday of every month is a sale at the shop from 9am to 12.30pm.
Sat-Thu 9.30am-6pm. Ongoing. 47C Street, Al Karama, www.dcsneeds.com (04 337 8246).

Lunch at 25°55° Café Bistro: This week is the last chance to lunch for this promotional price. Enjoy a two-course set menu with a soft drink. The deal includes soup of the day, plus sandwiches with French fries or salad.
Dhs85 per person. Sun-Thu noon-4pm. Until July 31. Dubai Marina Yacht Club, Dubai Marina (04 362 7900).

Find inspiration at We Love Art: Paint a famous masterpiece while drinking grape at the We Love Art workshop.
Dhs369 (including all materials and two glasses of grape). 7pm-10pm. Media One Hotel, Dubai Media City, www.weloveart.ae (056 769 1995).

See live tango performances: Guests dining at the Argentinian restaurant can see three live tango performances from professional dancers every Wednesday.
Free entry. 9pm-midnight. Ongoing. Gate Village 5, DIFC (04 422 7898).

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