We’ve partnered exclusively with TimeOut to bring you one of the most unusual things to do in London this year – a one-of a kind Silent Disco, at two of our top attractions – SEA LIFE London Aquarium and Madame Tussauds London!

Did you know silent discos originally came from an obscure 1969 Finnish sci-fi film called Ruusujen aika with eco activists adopting the ides in the 90’s as a way of minimising sound pollution and getting around night curfews?  When Glastonbury tried one out in 2005 the silent disco hit the mainstream. You may have already got on down at a a silent disco at a wedding or a festival before but we can promise you, if you’re looking for things to do in London a bit out of the ordinary, you will never have experienced a silent disco quite like one of ours!

Don a pair of glowing headphones and tune into one of three channels as you immerse yourself in the world of water at SEA LIFE or the world of the stars at Madame Tussauds. Your silent disco ticket includes a drink on arrival and each event runs from 7.45pm to 11.45pm. Over 18s only.

Tickets for these sell-out silent disco events are £29 per person.

Silent Disco at SEA LIFE London Aquarium

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Saturday 22 December
7.45pm to 11.45pm
£29 per person

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