Catch Ekotumi Live
The singer, songwriter and dancer of Japanese mythology will perform traditional poems of the Kojiki, the most ancient book in the history of Japan, during the Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition (Adihex), at Adnec. Ekotumi will perform tonight at at 8.45pm, tomorrow at 4pm and on Friday at 11.45am, at the Japanese Pavilion. Tickets start at Dh26.25.
Stay and Play at Yas Attractions
Al Raha Beach Hotel is offering guests a summer stay with discounts on dining, spa treatments and complimentary access to Yas Waterworld, Ferrari World or Warner Bros World for two adults and one child. Prices start at Dh370. Until September 30.
Set Your Inner Artist Free
Bring out the inner artist in you and your children at a dedicated Art Lab by taking part in a programme of arts and crafts lessons designed for the entire family. The programme offers hands-on workshops covering solar light making, jar making, button art, tape art, stone art, miniature painting, slime making, and sand art. At My City Centre Masdar, until Saturday.
Last-Minute Summer Camp Deal
Get your children and teens to learn new skills and take part in activities such as dancing, Zumba as well as arts & crafts, and virtual reality. New daily deals start at Dh139, for ages five to 14. At Bab Al Qasr Hotel and Residences. From 9am until 1.30pm. Until Thursday.
Back to School Party
Get kids excited about the upcoming school year by kicking things off at Cheeky Monkeys at Al Forsan Village. Activities from 6pm to 8pm such as cookie decorating, molecule making, face painting, soft play and bookmark making. Until Saturday.
Shameka Dwight at Q’s Bar & Lounge
The American singer, songwriter, record producer and actor begins her residency bringing a mix of folk, jazz and pop styles to Palazzo Versace. She performs Tuesdays to Fridays from 9 to 10pm, 10.30 to 11.30pm and midnight to 1am. Entry is free but a minimum spend of Dh350 applies on Thursdays and Fridays.
Kira, Kira! Ladies Night
From 8pm to mignight, ladies get three complimentary beverages and 30 per cent off food. There’s also a live violinist and amazing views of Downtown Dubai. At Morimoto, Renaissance Downtown Hotel.
Catch Greek Live Band
The original band composed of three members, one of which is Kartsonakis, The Voice Greece participant, will play traditional Greek music on authentic Greek instruments for guests all night. At Taverna Greek Kitchen, Souk Madinat Jumeirah. From 8pm until late.
High Stakes Ladies Night
Customise your main course and enjoy three themed cocktails or selected beverages for Dh199 every Tuesday from 6pm until 11pm. At Prime68 Steakhouse, JW Marriott Marquis. Then, if you’re not ready to call it a night yet, head to Vault and get three more cocktails from 7pm until midnight.
Ladies Club at Cafe Belge
Ladies can enjoy free selected beverages and receive two oysters with compliments of the chef, and enjoy music by the resident DJ and saxophonist. Every Tuesday from 8pm to midnight, at Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre.
Secret Ladies Night
Ladies are invited to party 122 floors up every Tuesday and enjoy seven hours of unlimited drinks for Dh200, between 9pm and midnight. Package also includes a selection of canapes. At Atmosphere, Burj Khalifa.
Visit Butterfly House on Al Noor
Get up, close and personal with more than 20 exotic species in their natural habitat. The house is ergonomically designed to let in natural light and retain humidity, creating a safe refuge for butterflies of all shapes, sizes and patterns. Tickets start at Dh31.50. At Al Noor Island.
Vantage Point Sharjah
Sharjah Art Foundation’s annual photography exhibition is back, this time featuring international talents besides those from the GCC. At Galleries 1 and 2, Al Mureijah Square. Free to attend. Until October 6.