5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Get pampered and eat or spend to donate

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on November 18:

Spend to donate: H&M’s new activewear-inspired collection for kids features a glow-in-the-dark terry sweatshirt with bat wings. And 25 percent of the collection’s sale price will be donated to Unicef to help educate children in need.
Available at H&M, The Dubai Mall (04 330 8327).

Get pampered and eat: Have a classic manicure at The Nail Spa and a blowdry at Marquee then enjoy the Mad Hatter’s afternoon tea at Reform.
Dhs250 per person. Afternoon tea is served from 3pm-5pm. Until November 30. The Lakes Club, Emirates Hills (04 399 4336).

Jazz night out: The Desert Jazz Band will play instrumental tunes by Paul Moutarde and Tamas Antal on the saxophone and piano.
Free. 6pm-9pm. The Farm, Al Barari Villas, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road (04 392 5660).

Bubbly night Hakkasan: Ante-up from grape pairing dinners with this one-off evening of bubbly pairing.
Dhs650 per person. 7.30pm-midnight. Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 384 8484).

Barmy Britain Horrible Histories: This fast-paced theatre journey is full of bonkers and battling stories from British history. With a raft of catchy songs and plenty of humour, it will have the kids rolling in the isles while learning wonderful facts.
From Dhs100. Suitable for kids aged three and above. November 18 to 22, 4pm. Madinat Theatre, Souk Madinat Jumeirah. www.timeouttickets.com

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