5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

See The Streets’ Mike Skinner or feast on Diwali-inspired food

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Friday, November 1

See The Streets’ Mike Skinner: Mike Skinner of The Streets will be spinning the tunes for a new deep house, garage and bass night called Superheroes.
Dhs120. Tamanya Terrace, Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Media City. www.timeouttickets.com

Attempt the Ice Warrior Challenge: This commando assault course takes place for charity at Ski Dubai, with competitors battling it out in the snow against obstacles including a zorb ball maze and black run climb.
Dhs250. From 8am. Ski Dubai, Mall of the Emirates, www.premiermarathons.com (04 409 9257).

Prepare for Movember at Bidi Bondi: The Aussie pub hosts a shave to prepare the city’s gents for the month of Movember, in aid of men’s health and prostate cancer awareness, with games, prizes, food and drinks.
Free. From 1pm. Bidi Bondi, between Shoreline Apartments buildings 3 and 4, Palm Jumeirah (04 427 0515).

Feast on Diwali-inspired food: Award winning Armani/Amal hosts a tasting menu for Diwali, where you’ll get to sample recipes such as banana leaf-wrapped coastal spiced pomfret.
Dhs325 per person. Daily 7pm-11pm. Until November 7. Armani Hotel Dubai, Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai (04 888 3444).

Catch Akon performing live: The R&B singer and producer behind Lady GaGa’s first album will be performing his hits.
Dhs300, reservations required. Cavalli Club, Fairmont Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (800 228 2554).

Dubai’s popular Italian joint is getting a “cheesy facelift”

Don't miss last remaining places in 5,000-strong ambassador team

Entering couldn’t be easier…

Sponsored: Tickets to the five-day festival of music and culture are now on sale

FIVE Palm Jumeirah Dubai launches exclusive new club

A kid accidentally calls in the universe’s deadliest hunter, the world’s clumsiest spy is out to save the world again and Blake Lively has a ‘simple’ favour to ask


Follow us