Dance to Judge Jules and find Dubai's Young Chef of the Year
Time Out Dubai staff
Thursday 10 Dance to Ibiza legend Judge Jules
The perennially popular British Radio 1 DJ will be back in Dubai for a night of trademark deck-dexterity.
Dhs100, ladies free before midnight. 9pm-3am. N’Dulge, Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (056 603 7961).
Thursday 10 Gawp at a model-turned-DJ
Catwalk star Marie Claire has traded modelling for a stint behind the decks. Head to M-Dek tonight to find out if she should have stuck with the day job.
Free. 10pm-3am. Insomnia at M-Dek, Media One, Dubai Media City (050 354 2567).
Thursday 10 Eat dinner amid great art
Artist Altamash Urooj, a Pakistani/Venezuelan art photographer and a winner of the Sheikha Manal Young Artist Award 2009, will be showcasing his latest collection at seafood restaurant Amwaj. Drink it all in while enjoying the à la carte menu.
Prices vary. Sun-Fri 7pm-midnight. Until December 31. Shangri-La Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 405 2703).
Thursday 10 Dubai International Jewellery Week
View more than 300 jewellery exhibitors and marvel at the Enzo Diamante Opus Siroya Ferrari book, adorned with a diamond-encrusted horse and valued at Dhs918,000.
Free. Fri 3pm-10pm; Sat-Sun 11am-10pm. Until November 13. Dubai World Trade Centre, www.jewelleryshow.com/visit.
Thursday 10 Thai night at Toshi
Experience the authentic taste of Thailand at this all-you-can-eat buffet.
Dhs169 (soft drinks and one house beverage), Dhs235 (house beverages). 7pm-10pm. Ongoing. Grand Millennium Dubai, TECOM (04 429 9999).
Friday 11 Pick up some second-hand steals at Dubai Flea Market
Vendors will be selling their second-hand goods to treasure seekers in Uptown Mirdif today. If you’re looking for one-off buys, this is your ticket.
Dhs230 per stall; free entry for buyers. 3pm-9pm. Promenade Courtyard, Uptown Mirdif,
Friday 11 Camp and cruise in Musandam
Relax in a majlis-style camp on your first day and enjoy a dhow cruise and snorkelling, swimming and fishing on your second day as part of this family-friendly weekend away.
Dhs395 (adults), Dhs295 (children aged five to 12), free for children under four. Sheesa Beach, Musandam, www.sheesabeach.com (050 333 6046).
Friday 11 Grill your own Vietnamese food
Sapa – a North Vietnamese method of cooking – can be enjoyed in Hoi An this November. Choose from meat, fish and vegetables and cook them yourself at your table on the sapa grill.
Dhs430 per couple. Daily 6.30pm-1am. Until November 31. Shangri-La Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 405 2703).
Saturday 12 Catch the last of the truffles at Jones the Grocer
Jones has been celebrating all things truffle, and today is your last chance to sample the delicacies. The initiative includes a special set menu, exclusive products and cooking tips.
Dhs139 (truffle menu). 10am-9pm. Al Manara, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 346 6886).
Saturday 12 Have a Royal Revelation treatment at The Ritz-Carlton Dubai
Throughout November, enjoy a rejuvenating 75-minute ritual that includes a body scrub followed by a back and shoulder massage, rounding off with a jasmine facial.
Dhs600. The Ritz-Carlton Dubai Spa, The Walk, Jumeirah Beach Residence (04 318 6132).
Saturday 12 Watch the sun go down with Till Von Sein at 360°
Enjoy staggering views of the sun setting behind the Burj Al Arab, before bad-boy Berlin DJ Till Von Sein provides a floor-friendly soundtrack to Dubai’s sweeping twilight panoramas.
Free. 4pm-2am. Audio Tonic at 360°, Jumeirah Beach Hotel (050 107 6405).
Saturday 12 A club night to remember
Ill Communications is hosting a packed line-up at Trilogy, including international stars Desyn Masiello and Balerik in the Electric Studio, plus sets from Conan Liquid, Enzoo, Muzik, and more.
Dhs100-130, ladies free before 11pm. 10pm-3am. Trilogy, Madinat Jumeirah (050 845 3545).
Saturday 12 See The Sound of Music
The world’s most famous musical tells the story of Maria and the Von Trapp family, and stars both local and West End talent.
Dhs175. Daily 7.30pm; plus 3pm matinee on Wed 15. Until November 18. First Group Theatre, Souk Madinat Jumeirah,
Sunday 13 Watch a soppy flick by the pool
Catch a one-off poolside screening of 2007’s P.S. I Love You with Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler (if you sit in the pool, no one will see you blubbing).
Dhs99 including snacks. 8.30pm. Cabana, The Address Dubai Mall (04 438 8999).
Sunday 13 Learn to tango at a new dance studio
Every Sunday and Wednesday, husband-and-wife team Cesar and Elizabeth at Latin Soul
Dubai teach beginners the essential steps of Argentine tango in their new studio location.
Dhs80 per class, Dhs900 for 15 classes. 8.30pm-10pm. Latin Soul Dubai, Icon Tower, next to Byblos TECOM (050 474 6249).
Monday 14 See thought-provoking Egyptian art
New art exhibition ‘Hadutta Masriya’ at Mojo Gallery features three Egyptian artists, each telling the story of their home country before and after the recent Arab Spring.
Until December 30. Mojo Gallery, Al Serkal Avenue, Al Quoz (04 347 7388).
Monday 14 Enjoy lunch at Glasshouse
Sustainable produce is served on an ever-changing lunch menu at this popular Deira dining spot.
Dhs75 (two courses), Dhs95 (three courses). Sun-Thu 12.30pm-3.30pm. Ongoing. Hilton Dubai Creek, Deira (04 212 7551).
Monday 14 Listen to the exotic tones of the kanoun
Master musician Khalil Ghadri showcases his talent on the kanoun – a 72-string harp-like Arabic instrument. He’ll play alongside his sextet at this evening concert.
Dhs50. 7.30pm. The Fridge, Street 26, Al Quoz (04 347 7793).
Tuesday 15 Munch on The Wharf’s sticky ribs
Sample sticky beef ribs served with mash or fries, garnished with signature sauce. Just try not to get any on your shirt.
Dhs110. Tue 7pm-11.30pm. Ongoing. The Wharf, Mina A’Salam, Madinat Jumeirah (04 366 6730).
Tuesday 15 Sip afternoon tea on The Palm
The ‘Afternoon Thé Gourmand’ at STAY by Yannick Alleno offers premium teas and organic and fair-trade coffee beans from South America, as well as a French pastry selection, Paris-brest, traditional Saint Honoré, canelé and vanilla mille-feuille, with home-made ice-creams and sorbets.
Dhs220. Tue-Sun 3pm-6pm. One&Only The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 440 1010).
Tuesday 15 Find Time Out’s Young Chef of the Year
The inaugural Time Out Young Chef of the Year event features four of the city’s hottest chefs under the age of 30 competing against one another. Witness the action for yourself and help to decide the winner tonight.
Dhs500 (includes food and drinks). 7.30pm-11.30pm. Miele Gallery, Sama Tower, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.timeouttickets.com
Tuesday 15 Try a ‘new kind of ladies’ night’
The award-winning team behind See You Next Friday have branched out with an indie ladies’ night on Tuesday evenings.
Free, with selected free drinks for ladies. 9pm-late. Republique, The Address, Dubai Mall (055 882 5675).
Wednesday 16 View works by a Chinese artist
Beijing artist Hu Yongkai will present 60 paintings inspired by his visits to the Middle East, as well as his signature caricatures of Chinese women.
Until November 23. Gallery of Light, Ductac, Mall of the Emirates (04 341 4777).
Wednesday 16 A free physiotherapy session
Get a free 20-minute consultation and body stretching session with physiotherapist Hafsa Sliman, every Monday and Wednesday this November.
Free. Mon 9am-3pm, Wed noon-5pm. Until November 30. Dubai Herbal & Treatment Centre, Oud Metha (04 335 1200).
Cheese and grape evening at Plantation
This popular cheese and grape buffet is back. Featuring 20 different cheeses from France, there will also be a sommelier to guide you through the wide selection of grape.
Dhs170 (including cheese and grape). 7pm-10pm. Ongoing. Sofitel Dubai Jumeirah Beach, JBR (04 448 4873).