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Go Mongolian at Mazina: Succulent meat treats abound from the special Mongolian buffet.
Dhs160 (food only), Dhs125 (bucket of selected house beverages). Thur & Fri, 6.30pm-11pm. Until January 31. The Address Dubai Marina (04 436 7777).
Dine with the King’s Singers: Renowned vocal troupe the King’s Singers perform everything from The Beatles to Bach, using vocals only. Check them out at this smart black-tie ball.
Dhs790. 7pm. Joharah Ballroom, Madinat Jumeirah, www.timeouttickets.com
Catch a DSF fireworks show: This weekend, check out the daily fireworks show at 8pm at Dubai Creek, opposite Al Seef Street. Meanwhile, shoppers at Emaar Boulevard in Downtown Dubai will be treated to a carnival parade featuring floats, musicians and dancers at 8pm the same weekend.
Until January 14. 8pm. Various locations, www.dubaievents.ae.
See the Scissor Sisters: Camp and cooky disco-pop troupe the Scissor Sisters are known for an outlandish stage show that plays up their New York beginnings. They’re supported at this Abu Dhabi gig by UK garage explosion Ms Dynamite.
Dhs295. 9pm. Flash Forum, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, www.thinkflash.ae.
Hear it all go Pete Tong: Mr ‘Essential’ Pete Tong, one of the UK’s best-known DJs and an Ibiza legend, spins live.
Dhs150, free for ladies before 11pm. 10pm-3am. Armani/Privé, Armani Hotel, Burj Khalifa (04 888 3308).
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