5 things to do tomorrow

Watch Nic Cage’s latest on-screen caper or see unique portraits of Afghan women

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Monday, September 10

See Nic Cage’s latest on-screen caper: Nicholas Cage has 12 hours to find a US$10 million dollar ransom and save his kidnapped daughter. Expect gung-ho fun.
In cinemas from Thursday September 6.

See unique portraits of Afghan women: Documentary photographer Lana Slezic unveils intriguing portraits shot in Afghanistan.
Until October 25. Gulf Photo Plus, Unit D36 Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz 1 (04 380 8545).

Have your hair conditioned at Pastels: Buy four conditioning treatments from the salon’s range of selected Kerastase treatments and get a fifth free.
Prices vary. Ladies only. Until September 30. Pastels Salon, various locations including Mercato Mall, Jumeirah (04 344 7883).

Eat like a king at Benjarong: Sample new noodle dishes inspired by recipes from the royal palaces of Thailand.
From Dhs60. Daily noon-3pm, 7pm-11pm. Until October 31. Dusit Thani Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 317 4515).

Buy Pinocchio tickets now: Tickets are already on sale for Pinocchio, which takes to the stage at the First Group Theatre from Wednesday September 19. As you probably already know, it’s the much-loved classic story of the puppet that comes to life, who just happens to have a little problem when it comes to telling fibs…
Dhs140. Times vary, September 19-22. First Group Theatre, Souk Madinat Jumeirah, www.madinattheatre.com.

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