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PICK OF THE DAY

Sole DXB, urban culture and design from footwear, fashion and design, at D3. Various brands exhibiting. Music by Little Simz, Dam Funk, BJ The Chicago Kid, DJ Clark Kent and surprise guests. Tomorrow Skepta headlines the night. 12 to midnight, today and tomorrow, entry Dh100. Full schedule at soledxb.com.

Things to do in Abu dhabi

Ilario Alicante and Markus Fix at Blue Marlin Ibiza, UAE. Doors open at 1pm. Free. Reservations advised, call 056-1133400.

Sunset Sessions with Saif and Sound, every friday from 4pm, at Asia De Cuba, St Regis Hotel. Call 02-6993333.

Jaymie Deboucherville, the X-Factor Australia contestant performs at Market Kitchen, Le Royal Meridien Abu Dhabi, 1-4pm. Call

800 101101.

Pop-up Ripe Market, arts, crafts, fashion, jewellery, shopping and organic food, at Venetian Village, Ritz Carlton, 2-9pm.

Yasalam 2016, daily activities at the F1 FanZone and Urban Art Zone featuring daily workshops, art creations, obstacle course challenges, real-life simulators, pit-crew challenge, racing action on giant screens and more. More at yasalam.ae.

Abu Dhabi Science Festival, bringing the wondrous world of science to the UAE, with a variety of fun scientific activities. Children are invited to explore workshops, shows and exhibits, At Umm Al Emarat Park and Al Ain Zoo, 4-9pm, extended hours on weekends, until November 26. Entry Dh10 for children aged 5-15, adults at Dh5. Schedule at abudhabisciencefestival.ae.

Maya Fridays at Al Maya Island with Alex Lees, Stew Magoo and Chad Phunk. Dh100, women enter free before 1pm. Call 056-6257552.

Rose Revolution, celebrate the best pink beverages from around the world, at The B Lounge, Sheraton Abu Dhabi. From 4pm. Dh50 with a welcome beverage, Dh95 with unlimited bites, and Dh185 with unlimited pink beverages. Call 02-6773333.

Study in Japan informational fair along with traditional cultural activities, at Twofour54 Lime Green Bldg. No 1, 2-6pm, until November 21. Email abudhabi@jice.org or call 056-3787832 (Mr Kanamori).

Things to do in Dubai

Global Village Dubai, the 21st season of the multicultural festival welcomes guests until April 8, 2017, under the theme A New World Everyday. Also, Tamer Hosny will perform at 9pm at Egypt Pavilion. Open from 4pm-midnight Saturday to Wednesday and 4pm-1am on Thursday and Friday, as well as on public holidays, while Mondays are dedicated to families and ladies only. Entry Dh15. More at globalvillage.ae.

Sonu Nigam, the Indian power house performs at Dubai Duty Free Tennis Stadium. Tickets from Dh175, available at platinumlist.net.

Sole DXB, urban culture and design from footwear, fashion and design, at D3. Various brands exhibiting. Music by Little Simz, Dam Funk, BJ The Chicago Kid, DJ Clark Kent and surprise guests. Tomorrow Skepta headlines the night. 12 to midnight, today and tomorrow, entry Dh100. Full schedule at soledxb.com.

Les Miserables, the blockbuster musical will be performed by an international cast, led by current Broadway stars John Owen-Jones as Jean Valjean and Hayden Tee as Javert at Dubai Opera, until December 2. Tickets from Dh275. More at dubaiopera.com.

Screening of Factory Girl in memory of legendary Egyptian filmmaker Mohamad Khan who was lost to the Arab cinema industry earlier this year, at 7pm, at The Yard, Alsekal Avenue. Free. More at facebook.com/CinemaAkil.

Celebrate Loy Krathong at Sukhothai, Le Meridien Dubai with a four-course special menu, priced at Dh259, 7-11.45pm daily, throughout the month of November.

DXBeach with Nicky Romero, Felix Jaehn, Kungs, Claptone & more at Zero Gravity. Call 04-3990009 or 055-5009111. Tickets from Dh275.

Mind Games with BurJuman. Learn to control objects and challenge your concentration skills usind mind over matter. Available from 12-10pm, until November 19. A spend of Dh100 is required.

The Friday Market at Rolla Street, opposite Baqer Mohebi Supermarket, 4-10pm.

Ripe Market, farmers market, petting zoo, music, yoga, food, arts, cooking and more, at Zabeel Park - Gate 2, 9am-3pm.

Alex Broun Play Festival, known for his ten-minute plays, will showcase 40 of his plays during the festival, ranging from 5 to 15 minutes and featuring more than 100 UAE-based actors, directors and independent theatre companies, at The Junction, Al Quoz, until tomorrow. From Dh80 per session, or Dh250 for all four days. Book at thejunctiondubai.com or call 04-3388525.

Nicholas JamesVujicic, the motivational speaker born with phocomelia (rare disorder characterised by the absence of legs and arms) will be speaking at the Dome, Dubai Sports City, 7pm. Tickets at trainings.today/#.

The Quintessentially Wedding Atelier Show, a luxury wedding showcase bringing the finest wedding wonderland to Dubai, at The St Regis Dubai, Al Habtoor City, until tomorrow.

Beat Diabetes Walk set to take place at Dubai’s Zabeel Park at 7am. More at beatdiabetes.me.

Flea Market, a second-hand market at JLT Park (Between cluster O and P), 1-5pm.

The Special Needs Future Development Center (SNF) annual Fun Fair event, at the Dubai International Marine Club. Featuring a wide range of fun activities, families can enjoy Harley Davidson bike rides, a gaming zone, a pop-up market and handicrafts. 11am–9pm. More at snfgroup.com.

Yoga festival, today and tomorrow at Dubai Internet City. Free yoga, vendors, food stalls and activities. More at yogafest.me

Things to do in Sharjah

Asiavision Movie Awards at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. Doors open at 3.30pm, show from 5pm. Tickets from Dh25 to Dh2,000 available Lulu Hypermarkets and at platinumlist.net.

Indian Festival to showcase the rich cultural heritage of India, through a variety of creative forms of art, dance, music and cuisines from every corner of the nation, at Al Qasba, 4.30-10pm daily, until tomorrow. Free entry. More at qasba.ae.

Things to do in Ajman

Mosaic Market, fahion, art, handicrafts, food-trucks, accessories and children’s activities, at Al Safia Park, 3pm.