When: 11th – 16th October 2011
Where: The Scoop at More London, beside Tower Bridge & City Hall
£: 4 registration (20 minimum sponsorship)
What is it?
Free to Dance, the world’s greatest silent disco (10,000 people, 30 styles of music and dance back to back, 131 hours non-stop, 1 amazing world record).
So you think you can’t dance? A year ago ordinary teacher Ben Hammond thought so too until he set out to break the 131-hour world record for the world’s longest dance in the name of freedom in Burma. Now he’s challenging 10,000 people to heed the call of David Bowie and Mick Jagger and dance with him in London’s streets for just 4 hours each between 11 to 16 October, for what will surely be the world’s greatest silent disco.
Held at London’s iconic amphitheatre, The Scoop at More London, the event will cater for every kind of mover (and resolute non-mover). Whether you want to club the night away with Ministry of Sound’s funky house, Club de Fromage’s cheesefest or Propoaganda’s Indie, bring the whole family to learn the moves of Just Dance 3 on the big screen, relive the 80s of your youth, dance until dawn in your pyjamas, rock your way free with Kerrang! Radio’s rock anthems, get fit with a Zumba mini-marathon or re-enact the ‘Thriller’ video in full zombie get-up, there’s one of 30 back-to-back silent discos for you.
More info: Find out more and watch the video at www.free2dance.com