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Censored Tuesdays
One of our favourite clubs in Dubai serves up some “mid-week madness” in the city on a Tuesday night. Expect clowns, sword swallowers and angle grinders with a mix of hip-hop and club hits. DJs Scottie B and Skinnyloop are behind the decks.
When: Tuesdays
Where: Cirque Le Soir, Fairmont Sheikh Zayed Road, +971 50 9955 400

Sip and Shop
Designers and second hand clothes sellers are popping up in The Hobo Club for a special ladies night offering some post work shopping. Grab a complementary drink with one hand and browse the rails with the other.
When: Wednesday, November 9, 9pm
Where: The Hobo Club, Nassima Royal Hotel

Nasimi Beach
Resident DJ Dave De Luca never fails to whip up a sand storm down by the beach. He’s one of the best “open format” DJs in town and it’s always a slamming party on The Palm.
When: Thursday night
Where: Atlantis The Palm, +971 55 200 4321

Brian Wilson 
The Beach Boys’ classic Pet Sounds is remained in the top ten of the UK album chart for six months after it was released. This is a rare chance to see  see the founder and chief architect of the band up close. Expect goosebumps.
When: Thursday, November 3
Where: Dubai Duty Free Tennis Stadium, www.tickets.virginmegastore.me

Laleh Khorramian: Saturn’s Necklace
The Third Line presents Saturns Neckless, Laleh Khorramian’s third solo show at the gallery. Her new body of work featured dyed and painted fabrics and portraits of alien beings – which reflect her fascination with the otherworldly.
When: November 2-December 10
Where: Third Line Gallery Al Quoz

Cinema – Doctor Strange (18)
Benedict Cumberbatch takes a trip to Marvel Universe in this Inception-ish blockbuster about an arrogant doctor who narrowly survives a car accident – and discovers new powers during his recovery. Under the wing of The Ancient One (Tilda Swinton), he is trained to confront evil, while fellow pupil Karl Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor) and old flame Christine Palmer (Rachel McAdams) add some human touches to the CGI sensory assault. All good fun.

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