Across Cairo’s bars and clubs, Halloween combines two of the things I love most: dressing up and getting down, and in the immortal words of Cady Herring, “Halloween is the one night a year when girls can dress like a total slut and no other girls can say anything about it.” Bring it on.
Usually this strict Old Lady adheres to the curfew – well not tonight and with ToyBoys on the decks, there will be other things besides rules being broken.
It’s like Alchemy and Halloween were made for each other. The bar already oozes with a dark magic vibe and I don’t know about you, but I was just itching for an excuse to dress like Morticia.
Fashion statements are best made while wearing capes and shimmering leotards. Tamarai knows this.
Welcome the newest member of the Amici family with a total costumed blowout hosted by winners of the Student DJ Program, Aguizi & Fahim, local DJ, Ramy Djunky and German nu-house pioneers, Purple Disco Machine.
Wings, wigs and karaoke – there’s no reason why you can’t have lunch dressed like the Phantom of the Opera.
After being postponed from Sunday, Amici cements the date on the 31st for their Halloween extravaganza. With music by DJ Fiko and a 400LE gift voucher for best costume, this is the party where the only tricks are turned out on the curb.
Out on the Nile, Halloween Bash presents an epic line-up of DJs spinning tracks that will pulsate throughout the entire night!
Kempinski’s Cloudeleven has managed to organize a Halloween costume bash that incorporates the innate, human desire to win at everything. Hosting a costume competition, Cloudeleven promises the winner a free dinner for two at the original Turkish delight, Osmanly or a complimentary spa experience for the lady-victor.
Halloween isn’t all about parties and grinding up against Superman; there are instances when enough is enough. Sahl Hasheesh knows this and has created a night of pure cultural ecstasy.
For more Halloween events in Cairo, checkout the Cairo Gossip events calendar!