5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Organise an at-home shopping party or make your mark at Marketeerzz

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on September 25:

Organise an at-home shopping party: The Shop N’ Style Soirees allow you to get advice from Dubai-based styling service Style Me Divine and shop Monroe & Me’s collection at the same time, all within your own home.
Dhs500 and a minimum of five people for two hours. All locations (04 455 8475).

Make your mark at Marketeerzz: Check out a bazaar that combines culture and creativity, with a community space for people to meet and share ideas. Shop for beautiful ethnic handicrafts or set up your own stall. To exhibit email info@marketeerzz.com.
Free. Noon-10pm. Until September 27. Town Centre Jumeirah, Jumeirah Beach Road, www.marketeerzz.com (no number).

An evening of Iranian flavours: Fans of Persian cooking can indulge in unlimited kebabs at Spices Restaurant on Thursday nights.
Dhs89 per person (soft drinks). 7pm-11pm. Until December 18. Mövenpick Hotel Apartments The Square (04 607 2777).

Strictly come dancing: Head to the 7th Dubai International Dance Festival to watch a wide range of artists including world champion dancers, performance teams and top industry DJs all under one roof.
From Dhs225-Dhs499. 8pm-3am. JA Jebel Ali Golf Resort, Jebel Ali (04 814 5555).

Dress up for a themed night out: Combining creatures of the night, a jungle and enchanted forest, Cirque Sauvage promises to show the crowds something different tonight.
Free (reservations recommended). Cirque Le Soir, Fairmont Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road (050 9955 400).

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