Don’t say you haven’t been warned! MCQP, the Mother City’s queerest Carnival, is due to be held on Saturday, 15th December 2012. That’s less than six months people! South Africa’s finest DJs and acts, and a few of their international counterparts, will keep you amused till the wee hours of the morning. There really is something for every taste. Oh, and speaking of taste, the gorgeous girls and boys, dressed to the nines in their interpretations of the theme, will simply whet your appetite! Venues are also as varied, from the CTICC to Ratanga Junction. The theme for Africa’s ultimate annual costume party event will remain a closely guarded secret until the release date, expected sometime in October (we’ll keep you posted though).
Hout Bay Yacht Club invites all Senor’s and Senorita’s for a Beeg Beeg Mechgican Fiesta tomorrow Saturday June 30th from 7pm till late. It’s a dress-up Mexicano style so pull out all those dusty sombrero’s, maraca’s, tabasco frocks or maybe you prefer to go as the little worm in the tequila bottle? Whatever you choose think out the taco box as prizes will be awarded for best dressed Senor and Senorita 163 Mexican Pesos or 100 Saffa bucks will gain you entry to the Partee. Your ticket includes a welcome Tequila Sunrise, jello shot and a hearty portion of Chilli Concarne served with Nacho's...aaand (cheesy dance cue) HEY Macarena its all for a great cause! The Beeg Beeg Mechican Partee is all in
Party like its your Birthday - without a guilty conscience at Alexander Bar in Strand Street Cape Town - The hottest bar on everyone’s tongue currently. Alexander Bar is a gorgeous and elegant new spot in town to celebrate any occasion in style. The creative team behind this divine spot have just launched another great and useful service (DRUMROLLLLLLL)…. Alexander Bar & Café Shuttle Service How it works: Rally a few equally disgruntled culturally isolated suburban friends and book your seat on one of the Alexander Bar & Café Shuttles (in association with Cape Town Shuttles. Space in the shuttle is limited to 13,
Playwright Nicholas Spagnoletti (of London Road fame) and partner Edward van Kuik have opened an elegant bar and café in Strand Street to provide Cape Town with a unique new conversation space. Filled with old-world charm and with its functioning rotary dial telephone system and revolving sofa Alexander Bar & Café is engineered for playful interaction and conversation. Warm indirect lighting is provided by dimmed table lamps. With the impeccably selected jazz & world music and a fairly priced range of wines, whiskies, classic cocktails and light meals Alexander Bar is set to become a favourite of Cape Town locals and a happy chance discovery for visitors. The décor with
What'sUpCapeTown has decided to create a space where all events planned for 11.11.11. can be listed. So, if you are planning something - let us know and we will gladly post the event here on this page. Email us with the details at firstname.lastname@example.org But first off, it's a particularly auspicious date for Cape Town - and we all need your help to make us succeed in getting Table Mountain voted to be one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. If you ain't voted yet PLEASE VOTE HERE There is going to be a party on the evening of 11.11.11 - at the Amphitheatre at The V & A Waterfront where fans will be able to learn of the outcome of this
Be sure not to miss DJ Rene at HQ this Friday. Be gorgeous, sexy, funky and most of all, be ready to party... Book early for dinner as the restaurant get's full every Friday. Then best time to party is to arrive between 21h00 till 01h00 am. See you on the dance floor. Cnr Bree and Shortmarket street For further info, click here
Quoting their website: "The Flamjangled Tea Party is a party within a party within a party within a party within a party within a party... It is: a festival, outdoors, different, eclectic, artistic, humorous, glittering, freaky, funky, jiving, up-beat, jazzy, swinging, sizzling, folksy, rock n rollin', wonderful, gentle, silly, naughty and great. You can: enjoy, laugh, listen, watch, join-in, party, dance, eat, sleep, drink, camp, make merry, bring everyone you know (no pets though), swim, and relax all weekend long from Friday to Sunday. You should: dress-up, dress-up some more, share your hidden talent, participate, invite anyone you like, be whoever or whatever you want to be, bring toys, bring a
Cape Town has a new concept in nightlife entertainment to spice up the East City Precinct. Taking inspiration from the UK-based franchise of the same name, The Sugarhut features themed bar areas, laid-back lounges and world-class fusion food. Conveniently situated in the heart of downtown Cape Town’s up and coming East City Precinct, the venue is spacious enough to accommodate the jet-set party crowd, yet intimate enough to appeal to older, more discerning customers. Comprised of a series of individually themed zones, décor at the The Sugarhut is elegant and enchanting. Boho-chic meets ultra-glamourous with a combination of low-slung lanterns and sparkling crystal chandeliers, with fluorescent hot pink and cool blue