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Top 5 Halloween parties for tonight

Posted at 13:00 October 31, 2012 in City

Hall-a-Normal Activity

The Hall’s annual Halloween party is Paranormal Activity-themed this year, for extra gooey flavour. (And what better place to feel the terror than a 145-year-old church building?) There’s going to be a costume contest, performances and DJ sets by Discoman and Virgin Radio’s Atilla Özdal. Don’t miss this horrific visual show, because, you know, sleeping like a baby is soo out.

The Hall Küçük Bayram Sokak, 7, Beyoğlu. (0212) 244 87 37. 25 TL.

 

Bloody Date

One of the latest additions to Asmalımescit, Date’s brought gastronomy and design together. Tonight, they’re adding some spooky fun to that mixture with their Bloody Date Halloween party. Come in costume, and leave yourself to the able hands of make-up artists who’ll be on the premises to ugly up their guests.

Date Ensiz Sokak 1\B, Beyoğlu. (0212) 243 81 26

 

Scary Night at the Museum

For a classy, art-loving night of terror, head over to Pera Museum. After a tour of the museum, you can enjoy the Terror Pop performance by Müzik Hayvanı, the independent music production group, followed by a screening of the cult horror classic Horror Express (1972).

Pera Museum Meşrutiyet Caddesi 141, Beyoğlu. (0212) 334 99 00. 10 TL (regular)/ free (students)

 

Halloween Nite Mixed Up!

Ghetto mixes things up a little bit tonight with Naim Dilmener and Orkun Tunç (Rashit) in the booth. As you travel back in time and dance to those 80s tunes, remember just how scary hairdos were back then.

Ghetto Hüseyinağa Mahallesi, Kamer Hatun Caddesi 10, Beyoğlu. (0212) 251 75 01

 

Creepy Fun at SupperClub

SupperClub’s the address for those of you who want to boo and dine. They’re offering a special menu for tonight as well as dance shows and suprises. The DJ sets by Hakan Zambak and Mehmet Okumuş begin at 23.00.

SupperClub Istanbul Muallim Naci Caddesi 65, Ortaköy.

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