5 things to do today in Dubai

Celebrate Tokyo Week at Latitude or play touch rugby with Duplays

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Things to do on September 2:

Celebrate Tokyo Week at Latitude: Tuck in at this week-long food festival inspired by Japanese street food.
Dhs240 (food only). Half price for children under 12. Free for children under four. Daily 6.30pm-11pm. Until September 9. Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Umm Suqeim (04 406 8999).

Treat yourself at Massimo Dutti: The preppy Spanish brand has re-opened at Dubai Festival City, with its latest lines for men, women and kids now available.
Ongoing. Massimo Dutti, Dubai Festival City (04 232 8584).

Play touch rugby with Duplays: Sign up to play this fun and fast-paced sport. The league is always popular so get your team signed up quickly. Each team must have at least two women on the field. Register your squad online.
Dhs500 (individual), Dhs3,250 (team). Wed 8pm-9.45pm. Gems Wellington Academy, Al Khail Road, www.duplays.com (04 447 2394).

Go to a new urban night: ‘Wanted Wednesdays’ is a new hip-hop and R&B night, with music by DJ Bliss and Jack.
Free for ladies and couples. Dhs250 for gents (including two drinks). 10pm-3am. Ongoing. Boudoir, Dubai Marine Beach Resort & Spa, Jumeirah Beach Road (056 175 1010).

Take your friends to The Black Lion: Inspired by US sitcom Friends’ 21st anniversary this month, the pub is offering a number of Friends-themed deals. Diners named Joey, Rachel, Chandler, Ross, Monica or Phoebe will receive a 20 percent discount on their bill.
Prices vary. 11.30pm-3am. The Black Lion is also offering two-for-one on pizzas daily, 11am-3am. The H Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 359 2366).

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