5 things to do today: Attend Feeling Korea, a night of Hallyu entertainment and book your spot to see André Reyes

Attend Feeling Korea, a night of Hallyu (the Korean wave) entertainment to mark the launch of the Korean Cultural Center, including a high-energy tae kwon do demonstration by martial arts group K-Tigers, a breakdance performance by Gamblerz, Heungbo’s Breaking a Calabash, a play based on the finale from a pansori (a genre of musical storytelling) […]

Attend Feeling Korea, a night of Hallyu (the Korean wave) entertainment to mark the launch of the Korean Cultural Center, including a high-energy tae kwon do demonstration by martial arts group K-Tigers, a breakdance performance by Gamblerz, Heungbo’s Breaking a Calabash, a play based on the finale from a pansori (a genre of musical storytelling) called Heunboga; and an interactive show in which artists will paint and draw to live music featuring traditional instruments, including the sinawi. From 7pm, free entry, Abu Dhabi Theatre, Corniche Breakwater, Abu Dhabi, 02 491 7227, uae.korean-culture.org

Book your spot to see André Reyes, the lead singer, guitarist and one of the founders of the group The Gipsy Kings, and his band of four family members, perform traditional and popular elements of flamenco and rumba music as part of Wafi’s In the Park events. March 31, 9pm, Dh150, Wafi, Dubai, www.pyramidsrestaurantsatwafi.com

Enjoy a free scoop of collagen in your smoothie today at @blend, a health cafe at Palm Jumeirah. Collagen can help your skin look firmer, increase smoothness and help your skin cells renew and repair normally. Open 11am to 10pm, Shop 5, Shoreline Beach Club No 4, Shoreline Apartments, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, 04 514 8966, www.facebook.com/atblenddxb

Take part in an afternoon of arts and crafts with artist Jessica Watson-Thorp in celebration of Mother’s Day. Children can customise a chef’s hat for their mother, plus enjoy a free drink and viennoiserie. From 3.30pm to 5pm, La Serre Bistro and Boulangerie, Dubai, 04 428 6969, www.facebook.com/LaSerreDubai

Make a reservation to see Mina Liccione & The Funny Girls, a fashionably late stand-up comedy show in honour of International Women’s Day, which was March 8. The Egyptian comedian Lamya Tawfik and the English comedian Rachel Hamilton will open the show and the headliner is the UAE’s Queen of Comedy, Mina Liccione. Tomorrow, doors open at 7.30pm, show begins at 8.30pm, from Dh75, Le Méridien Abu Dhabi, 02 446 6666, lol@dubomedy.com

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