Five things to do today: Sign up the kids for theatre summer camp

Or break your fast with a six-course iftar at Anatolia Turkish Grill; visit Modhesh World; enjoy a Ramadan package at the Shangri-La or Traders Hotel; or unwind with a tailor-made spa package at The Address Dubai Marina.

Kids can play drama games, build team skills, learn routines and create characters Hayley's Comet summer camp. Courtesy Hayley's Comet
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sign up the kids for Hayley's Comet Theatre Company Summer Camps, where children ages 6 to 14 can play drama games, build team skills, learn routines and create characters as part of a play performed on the last day of camp. Weekly until August 22, James & Alex Dance Studios, Dubai Media City, register at

break your fast at Anatolia Turkish Grill with a six-course iftar and the option to choose from any six items on the daily buffet, including hot and cold appetisers, salads, bread, soups, wraps and grills, including Iskender, Baiti Kebap and Perde Pilav. Dh98, Mirdif City Centre, 04 259 1344; Ibn Battuta Court, 04 435 6300

visit Modhesh World, the indoor venue where kids can enjoy cartoon and stage shows, as well as games, contests, activities, fun skills workshops and more. Noon to midnight, Dh15 for children and adults, Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai,

stay at the Shangri-La hotel or Traders Hotel with suhour in your room, a shuttle bus to the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque for the Taraweeh prayer and a donation to Red Crescent. From Dh670 at Shangri-La and Dh350 at Traders Hotel. Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi, 02 509 8630, or

unwind with one of three tailor-made packages from The Spa at The Address Dubai Marina. The 75-minute Summer Tea Sensation comprises an exfoliation, back massage and facial and builds on the purifying and healing benefits of tea. Dh499, 04 436 7777,

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