5 things to do today

Have a sparkling Dubai International Jewellery Week

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Thursday 10

Dubai International Jewellery Week: View more than 300 jewellery exhibitors and marvel at the Enzo Diamante Opus Siroya Ferrari book, adorned with a diamond-encrusted horse and valued at Dhs918,000.
Free. Fri 3pm-10pm; Sat-Sun 11am-10pm. Until November 13. Dubai World Trade Centre, www.jewelleryshow.com/visit.

Thai night at Toshi: Experience the authentic taste of Thailand at this all-you-can-eat buffet.
Dhs169 (soft drinks and one house beverage), Dhs235 (house beverages). 7pm-10pm. Ongoing. Grand Millennium Dubai, TECOM (04 429 9999).

Eat dinner amid great art: Artist Altamash Urooj, a Pakistani/Venezuelan art photographer and a winner of the Sheikha Manal Young Artist Award 2009, will be showcasing his latest collection at seafood restaurant Amwaj. Drink it all in while enjoying the à la carte menu.
Prices vary. Sun-Fri 7pm-midnight. Until December 31. Shangri-La Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 405 2703).

Gawp at a model-turned-DJ: Catwalk star Marie Claire has traded modelling for a stint behind the decks. Head to M-Dek tonight to find out if she should have stuck with the day job.
Free. 10pm-3am. Insomnia at M-Dek, Media One, Dubai Media City (050 354 2567).

Dance to Ibiza legend Judge Jules: The perennially popular British Radio 1 DJ will be back in Dubai for a night of trademark deck-dexterity.
Dhs100, ladies free before midnight. 9pm-3am. N’Dulge, Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (056 603 7961).

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