5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Censored nights or shop for a good cause

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Things to do on October 14:

Shop for a good cause: S*uce’s Breast Cancer Awareness campaign ‘Sparkle For A Good Cause’ is back. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of pink evil eye bracelets is donated to Friends of Cancer Patients.
Dhs25. Until stocks last. Various locations including The Dubai Mall (04 339 9696).

Grow your tresses: Those in need of hair rejuvenation get 25 percent off an initial consultation with the trichologist and ten percent off the cost of treatments.
Until October 31. Vivandi Hair Spa, Gulf Towers, Oud Metha Road (04 335 3336).

BiCE Mare sees stars: The Itallian restaurant welcomes Michelin-awarded chef Oliver Glowig, who has devised a special set menu.
Dhs450 (four courses). Dhs550 (eight courses). Daily noon-midnight. Until November 14. Souk al Bahar, Downtown Dubai (04 423 0982).

Censored nights: Farhad B and Tim Kay are on the decks tonight at Cirque Le Soir’s newest night, Censored. Expect club classics.
Free. 10.30pm-3am. Cirque Le Soir, Fairmont Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (050 995 5400).

Build-A-Bear: Make all the kids’ dreams come true by bringing them to Build-A-Bear to create their very own furry friend, an experience the whole family will enjoy. Kids can choose accessories and sounds for their bears too.
Prices available in store. Build-A-Bear at The Dubai Mall and Festival City, www.buildabear.ae.

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