Put on your headset and don your best pair of dancing shoes as the Natural History Museum have released new dates for their chart-topping silent discos.
Have an unforgettable night at the museum as you (silently) throw your best shapes in the iconic Hintze Hall and revel in the fact that you’ll never feel too old to be there as you’ll be surrounded by fossils the whole time (and when I say fossils; I’m not talking about the over-thirties, okay?).
Guests will be able to enjoy a Friday night to remember as they boogie the night away under the watchful eye (bones) of Hope, the 25 metre blue whale skeleton. A full bar, serving a range of drinks will be available throughout the night so that guests can stay hydrated and at the top of their dancing game.
Three DJs will be battling it out and playing simultaneously over three separate wireless channels, so plug yourself in, pick your favourite DJ, and prepare to party the night away.
True dino-enthusiasts can also opt for a ticket that includes out-of-hours access to the newest exhibition, Titanosaur: Life as the Biggest Dinosaur, and soak up some dino goodness before heading to the silent disco that doesn’t end until 1am.
The newly released dates are August 25, September 29 and October 27 but tickets tend to sell out fast so we’d recommend you get a wiggle on if you want to guarantee a ticket to the quietest party in town.
Find out more and plan your visit here.