5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Head to Healey’s ladies’ night or check out new artworks

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Things to do on January 15:

Get your designs stocked at S*uce: Enter the fashion boutique’s Design a Dress competition and you could see your designs stocked in the shop. This year’s theme is ‘pink’. Interested? Visit for information on how to enter.
Deadline March 31. All dresses must be submitted to S*uce in the Hood, Citywalk Mall (04 344 1410).

Enjoy six hours of pampering: This indulgent six-hour grooming package for gents includes a 30-minute detoxifying body scrub, a 90-minute energising Fluidita massage using body-brushing techniques and an hour-long skin-brightening facial with a mani or pedi.
Dhs1,800 for six hours, including lunch and one glass of bubbly. Armani/Spa, Burj Khalifa (04 888 3888).

Eat your way along India’s coast: Starting today, Indian eatery Claypot launches its à la carte promotion, featuring seafood recipes prepared in classic Goan, Konkan and Keralan styles to tempt the taste buds.
From Dhs40 per dish. Sat-Wed 7pm-midnight, Thu-Fri 7pm-1am. Until February 7. Citymax Hotel Bur Dubai, Kuwait Street (050 100 7065).

Check out new artworks: English artist Ross Chisholm’s paintings are a modern, abstract twist on 18th century British society portraits of important aristocrats and landed gentry.
Until March 10. Green Art Gallery, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz (04 346 9305).

Head to Healey’s ladies’ night: Girls get to enjoy three complimentary drinks at this ever popular JLT haunt.
Free. 8pm-11pm. Bonnington Hotel, Jumeirah Lakes Towers (04 356 0000).

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