Our daily round-up pf things to do in the UAE. Try a dance class at James & Alex Dance Studios and support breast cancer awareness at Thrive goes Pink.

Fish and chips on the new menu at Pearls & Caviar. Courtesy: Pearls & Caviar
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Check out the new menu at Pearls & Caviar. With plenty of seafood offerings in the form of sharing plates, including lobster thermidor, Spanish octopus salad, scampi, tuna tartare, mussels and bouillabaisse. There are also burgers with truffle aioli and crunchy fish-and-chip fingers with mushy peas. Book at 02 509 8777, Shangri-La Hotel, Between the Bridges, Abu Dhabi

Choose from a variety of drop-in classes with The Dance Package from James & Alex Dance Studios. Choose from ballet, contemporary and hip-hop classes. Each class is taught by an expert instructor in that particular dance style. Dh720 for 12 hours of classes or Dh1,375 for 24 hours, Dubai Media City, 04 447 0773, www.jamesandalex.com

Register now to rent a table to sell crafts and other items at the annual Feline Friends Abu Dhabi Christmas Bazaar, which is held to raise money to help the cats of Abu Dhabi. Friday, November 15, from 3pm-10pm at Abu Dhabi City Golf Club. Tables are Dh175 or Dh275 each. There will be a food village, entertainment area and play area for kids. felinefriendsbazaar@gmail.com

See fashion shows, art, graffiti and live entertainment including comedy hosted by Mina Liccione at Thrive Goes Pink, in support of breast cancer awareness. Doors open at 7pm, free entrance, The Dek on Eight, Media One Hotel, Dubai, 055 444 0891, thriveuae@gmail.com

Attend the Ikea Ladies Coffee Morning, where women are invited to get together for some warm beverages and inspiring ideas from Ikea experts in a relaxed ambience. This month, learn about child safety at home. Starts at 10am, Ikea, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, 02 493 5888, register at ikea_abudhabi@alfuttaim.ae