5 things to do today
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Try ‘botox for hair’ at Ted Morgan salon: This salon is now offering a Fibreceutric treatment, claimed to be a favourite with celebrities. Termed ‘Botox for hair’ as it acts as a filler and smoother for hair follicles, benefits of the treatment last up to 10 washes.
Dhs135. Ongoing. Ted Morgan, Palm Jumeirah (04 430 8190).
View a Picasso-inspired exhibition at Cuadro: This show features 10 artists whose work explores collage, a technique made popular by Picasso in the 20th century.
Until November 11. Cuadro Fine Art Gallery. Building 10, Gate Village, DIFC (04 425 0400).
Sample celebrity chef Malika van Reenen’s offeringss: Hailing from Signal, one of Cape Town’s top restaurants, Executive Chef Malika van Reenen will bring her own touch of culinary finesse and contemporary flair to Café Chic.
Prices vary. 12.30pm-2.45pm, 7pm-11pm. Until October 27. Le Méridien Dubai, Airport Road (04 702 2455).
The Bucket List, al frescO: Sit by (or in) the pool and watch Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman in this poignant film about living like there’s no tomorrow.
Dhs99, including a bucket containing a drink and snacks. 8.30pm. Cabana, The Address Dubai Mall (04 438 8999).
Burn off some energy at Children’s City: This huge centre beside the creek is cheap, cheerful and lots of fun for tots with vast amounts of energy to burn. The education zones, including a discovery section, a physical science zone, a computer and communication gallery and a historical and nature area, will entertain everyone from tots to teens, giving you the chance to put your feet up.
Dhs15 (adults) Dhs10 (kids). Open Sun-Thu 9am-8pm, Fri 3pm-7.30pm. Ongoing. Children’s City, Dubai Creek Park (04 334 0808).
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Try two-for-one on lunch at Jazz@PizzaExpress or get two-for-one mani-pedis
Get down to UK drum’n’bass or get dressed up for the races
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