5 things to do today in Dubai

White Day Party at Pacha Ibiza Dubai or belly dance with Jillina

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on January 16:

White Day Party at Pacha Ibiza Dubai: Marc Marshall entertains with an eclectic set including live performances from violinist Nico. Resident DJ Rico supports.
Reservations only. 2pm-3am. Pacha Ibiza Dubai, Madinat Jumeirah, Umm Suqeim (04 567 0000).

Belly dance with Jillina: Jillina holds the ‘Sensational Sharqi’ workshop for Dhs300 at 10am, Martina Cancio holds ‘Belly dance Tribal Fusion’ for Dhs150 at 2.30pm. Then a gala show takes place at The Fridge where Jillina, Martina, Najla Ferreira and more perform.
From Dhs150. 10am, 2.30pm. Habtoor Grand Beach Resort & Spa, Dubai Marina. Gala show: Dhs150. 7pm. The Fridge, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz, www.najlaferreira.com (056 343 1152).

Tom Ford beauty booth opens: Cosmetics fans can get their fix at the new Tom Ford beauty booth. The range is only available in select cities around the world.
Paris Gallery, The Dubai Mall (04 330 8289).

Chicane live: The sunset-perfect DJ set is the first of a 2015 series of regular appearances from the self-professed enigma of house music. Support DJs on rotation from 2pm.
Free before 10pm and Dhs100 after for gents, free before midnight and Dhs100 after for ladies. 2pm-3am. Zero Gravity, SkyDive Dubai, Dubai Marina (04 399 0009).

Fuel up for the January sales: Take a break from the Dubai Shopping Festival and have an affordable meal deal at Eataly. It includes soup or salad followed by pizza or pasta and an Illy espresso.
Dhs39 per person. Daily 3pm-7pm. Until February 1. The Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (04 330 8899).

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