As far as nightlife of Sudan is concerned, it is only limited to cinemas and theaters. It can also be experienced in a chichi den as visiting dens is the only option to take immense pleasures during night. The country has no legal bars and no nightclubs due to strict sharia law even alcohol is also strictly banned. You can say that nightlife of Sudan is a very low affair. The Sudanese nightlife is only limited to share tea with your near and dear ones. Moreover, there are some replaced settlements in Sudan, making a possibility for you to find some Congolese music with Southern style parties and illegal liquor. But, countless bottles of alcohol in a diplomat house which are used at the time of official gatherings.
Well, the heaven of nightlife only exists in Khartoum and Omdurman, where there is a national theatre, open-air hotel entertainment, music hall, and cinemas, where Bollywoodor Jackie Chan movies are screened. You can also knock at the doors of tea drinking clubs, enjoy concerts and musical shows in big hotels and traditional folklore are a major part of Sudan up roaring nightlife. Last but really not the least, there are al fresco eateries bestowing a chance to enjoy Italian gelato, brewed coffee and pastries and thus become the part of expatriates hang out. However, the glamor of nightlife is at its peak particularly on Thursday & Friday night when the environs of entertaining joints are exceptionally crowded with locals and tourists from various part of the world.