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JAZZ THINGS UP

Catch the nine-time Grammy award-winning singer Natalie Cole in concert tonight. The 'This Will Be (an Everlasting Love)' and 'Inseparable' singer will be performing at the Emirates Palace Auditorium as part of the Abu Dhabi Festival. It's the first time the daughter of jazz legend Nat King Cole has ever performed in the Middle East, so music fans should be in for an 'Unforgettable' evening. Tickets start at Dhs295 and are available by calling 02 651 0300 or email info@admaf.org

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PAMPERINGCeyourself needn't cost the Earth thanks to a happy hour deal at Taj Palace Dubai. The promotion, running from 7am to 2pm daily, involves a free 30-minute massage when you purchase any regular 60-minute treatment. And just in time for Easter, the spa is also offering a Dhs315 'Choc Bliss' promotion. Starting with a luscious chocolate wrap, the treatment includes a chocolate body massage. Mmmm delicious. To book, call 04 223 2222

ORIENTAL INDULGENCE

Lovers of Chinese food should get their chopsticks ready for a visit to the Promenade restaurant tonight. The Four Points Sheraton, Bur Dubai venue has a Chinese buffet deal running every Wednesday. Priced at Dhs110 including one drink, the menu includes everything from dim sums with sauteed dips, barbecue chicken wraps, Singapore chili crab, bamboo shoots and cashew nuts. You can also visit the live Peking Duck cooking station as well. For reservations, call 04 397 7444

TASTY TIPS

Award winning chef Peter Gordon will be teaching foodies some tricks of the trade at a cooking class in Abu Dhabi today. The chef and author, who runs a five-star restaurant in his native New Zealand and also owns restaurants in London, will be teaching students how to make his unique dishes such as spiced berry and vanilla risotto ri·sot·to  
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, as well as hosting a demonstration at Jones the Grocer, Khalidiyah, tonight. To book, call 02 639 5883

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