The Act Dubai’s ‘toys in the attic or enjoy Punjabi fare at Claypot
Time Out Dubai staff
Things to do on April 2:
The Act Dubai’s ‘toys in the attic’: Don’t throw them out of your pram, instead head to this nightspot for its new weekly night. You’ll get dinner and a hefty dose of theatrics. From Dhs300 per person (food only). Mon-Wed 8.30pm-1am. Ongoing. Shangri-La Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road (052 811 9900).
Go round and round the track:
Cyclists, joggers and rollerbladers get to make the most of the 2.4km Autodrome track at this event called Revolution Nights. Free from cars, the track can be used for training and to keep fit. Free. 6pm-9pm. Dubai Autodrome, Dubai Motor City, www.dubaiautodrome.com (04 367 8700).
Buy lunch, get a facial:
This belated Mother’s Day package includes a three-course lunch or dinner at Chimes Restaurant followed by a 45-minute Phytoceane youthful glow facial. Dhs145. Until April 20. Beauty Lounge Salon, Seven Sands Hotel, Al Barsha 1 (04 323 4123).
Enjoy Punjabi fare at Claypot: Starting today, celebrate the North Indian harvest festival, Baisakhi, with traditional recipes from this region’s farming community. Dhs79 per person. Sat-Wed 7pm-midnight, Thu-Fri 7pm-1am. Until April 14. Citymax Hotels Bur Dubai, Kuwait Street (050 100 7065).
ACES at Boutiq Ultra: Decked out like a Vegas showpiece, new weekly Wednesday night party ACES features local DJ favourite Mr Shef Codes along with mash-ups from guest DJs behind the decks. Free. 11pm-3pm. Boutiq Ultra Lounge, The Address Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (050 354 3131).