5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Try all-you-can-eat-and-drink at Fibber Magee’s or see an art exhibition

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on October 5:

Timely timepieces: Autumn sees Armani Exchange release a selection of new watch collections that would make any time-keeper hanker. We’re loving Mosaics for ladies, which features bold, geometric patterns of blue, green and magenta, or Vintage, with its masculine, classic American stylings.
From Dhs510. Various locations including Dubai Mall, Downtown (04 339 9472).

Monday Madness: For incredible value, it’s hard to beat Fibber Magee’s Monday Madness, so make the journey down Sheikh Zayed to take advantage of the three-hour all-you-can-eat deal with unlimited house beverages.
Dhs210. Behind Crowne Plaza , Sheikh Zayed Road (04 332 2400).

Underwater: Following a trip across the world, Dubai-based artist Wafa El Hilali symbolically explores wealthy areas in her latest exhibition Underwater.
Until October 14. Dubai International Arts Centre, Street 75b, Villa No 27, Jumeirah Beach Road, Near Town Centre (04 344 4398).

Towards the Absolute of Nature: This showcase of works by the late Moustafa Fathi has been organised under Ayyam Gallery’s custodianship, and serves as the first major posthumous retrospective of the pioneering Syrian painter. Featuring a diverse selection of paintings and works on paper, Towards the Absolute of Nature highlights Fathi’s theoretical treatment of abstraction throughout his works.
Until November 12. Ayyam Gallery, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz (04 323 6242).

Dynamic Breathwork Therapy at Miracles: This session focuses on the conscious use of breathing for physical, mental and spiritual well-being. The class will steer you through emotional release and deep physical relaxation. Pre-registration is required.
Dhs80. 7pm-8.30pm. Miracles, 306, Icon Tower, TECOM (04 363 9307).

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