Smother yourself in clay: The Spa at The Address Dubai Mall is offering a traditional rhassoul mask ritual for the face and body, which involves plenty of purifying clay. Different,
and we like it.
Dhs595 for 120 minutes. Until July 31. The Address Dubai Mall (04 438 8025).
Enjoy oysters and bubbly at sunset: See the sun go down from the world’s highest restaurant, and toast the impressive view with a glass of bubbly and unlimited Gillardeau oysters.
Dhs200. 6pm-7pm. At.mosphere Lounge, Burj Khalifa (04 888 3828).
Moby live: The bald-headed dance music genius plays a full set in Dubai, no doubt featuring a few tracks from his hit album Play. Get your tickets quick – we predict this event will prove popular.
Dhs200. 7.30pm. Dubai World Trade Centre, www.timeouttickets.com
Kids eat for free at Toscana: Fancy some tasty Italian eats? Save your wallet with a trip to Toscana, where kids under 12 eat for free. Enjoy oven-baked pizzas, pasta dishes and some traditional Italian cuisine influenced by Mama’s best recipes. Your kids are bound to find a dish that suits them, which means no cooking, no washing up, and no expensive bill at the end. Bellisimo!
Prices vary. Open daily noon-midnight. Souk Madinat Jumeirah (04 366 7630).
A musical art show: The Third Line gallery in Al Quoz always hosts interesting exhibitions. The latest, ‘Snail Fever’, features a large group of artists who explore sound through their visuals, touching on the icons and ideologies surrounding music culture.
Free entry. Until July 28. The Third Line, Al Quoz (04 341 1367).