5 things to do today in Dubai

Brunch begins at The Act Dubai or mixed music night

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on July 31:

Brunch begins at The Act Dubai: Launching today is the first brunch by Peruvian dinner and cabaret club The Act Dubai. Expect Peruvian food, live singers and DJs.
Dhs450 (women), Dhs550 (men), Dhs350 (post-brunch drinks package). The Act Dubai, Shangri-La Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 355 1116).

Bid farewell to frizz: BdB BloDryBar’s July promotion offers smooth, frizz-free hair with radiant shine. This month, book a Brazilian Blowout and get a 30 percent discount, or book an Essential detoxifying treatment and receive a 20 percent discount.
Prices vary. Until July 31. First floor, Apex Atrium Building, Motor City, www.blodrybar.com (04 447 3826).

Gourmandises’s breakfast deal: The deal on this healthy and express breakfast menu comes to an end today.
From Dhs55 per person. Daily 7.30am-11.30am. Until July 31. Le Méridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre, Garhoud (04 702 2455).

Mixed music night: Plus Minus Sessions is back for a new season and is kicking off with international artists Einmusik and Edu Imbernon. Expect everything from trance, techno, house and electronic music.
Free before 9pm, Dhs100 before 10pm, Dhs120 before 11pm, Dhs150 after 11pm. 5pm-3am. Ongoing. Level 41, Media One Hotel, Dubai Media City (050 359 9798).

Dance to old school classics: This old school night is dedicated to hip-hop and R&B fans and attracts a casual, laidback crowd who like to dance. DJ Stutter is behind the decks, playing a mix of classics.
Free. 10pm-3am. Ongoing. The Living Room, Gate Village, DIFC (056 600 8750).

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