5 things to do today
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Try an Eve Lom facial at Raffles Spa: The popular Eve Lom range is now available at Raffles, and you can choose from either a 90-minute signature facial or 60-minute cleanse.
Dhs529 for 60 minutes, Dhs729 for 90 minutes. Until January 31. Raffles Spa, Raffles Dubai, Oud Metha (04 314 9869).
See powerful photos: Bobby Sager’s photography exhibition at THE One Fusion features a collection of black-and-white images from his book The Power of the Invisible Sun, depicting children in different countries dealing with conflict and disaster.
Free. THE One Fusion, Junction 3, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 346 8977).
Donate your old trainers: Donate your sneakers to Dubai’s labourers so they can compete in the SmartCup cricket tournament in February.
Donations can be made at Fortune Promoseven, Office 449, 4th floor, Emarat Atrium on Sheikh Zayed Road between 9am and 6pm (050 457 6873).
Start your new-year detox at Café Chic: Chef Etienne and his culinary team have created a five-course ‘greenhouse detox menu’ for a healthy start to the year.
Dhs395 (food only), Dhs430 (with a trio of health drinks). Sat-Thu 12.30pm-2.45pm, 7pm-11pm. Ongoing. Le Méridien Dubai, Garhoud (04 702 2615).
Visit Sharjah Old Cars Club and Museum: Located next to Sharjah International Airport, this museum displays more than 100 vintage vehicles dating back to the early 20th century. You can browse at your leisure, or book an appointment with the enthusiastic curator, who will happily give you a guided tour. This is a great one for dad and the boys.
Dhs5 (adults), Dhs10 (family). Open Sat-Thu 8am-2pm, 4.30pm-9pm; Fri 4.30pm-9pm. Ongoing. Near Sharjah International Airport (06 558 0058).
Time Out Dubai,
Youths between 18 and 35 most likely to be caught driving at excessive speed
Singer-songwriter to play Friday 13th, March gig at Irish Village
Work out with a racket at Clark Francis Tennis or go to a ladies’ night