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Time Out is turning some of London’s most prominent historical attractions into temporary rave sites, with fun-loving dancers making their way to the Cutty Sark tonight (22 January) and then the main hall of the Natural History Museum next month for sold-out Silent discos.

The silent disco – where people dance to music playing through wireless multi-channel headphones – is not new to Time Out, which in 2014 held an event at The View from The Shard to great success, turning the event there into a semi-regular happening.

Now for the first time ever, the over-18s disco comes to the heritage location of the Cutty Sark – one of only three remaining clipper ships from the nineteenth century – with party-goers going below-deck for an evening of entertainment, while the main deck will feature a stargazing session hosted by an astronomer from the Royal Observatory of Greenwich.

On 12 February London’s Natural History Museum turns into an “after-school club for grown-ups”, with the museum opening up to over 18s in the evening to explore the museum and then enjoy a silent disco, with Hintze Hall, the location of the museum’s famous diplodocus, becoming a dance floor.

Further silent discos in London are planned through the year, with an event planned for the Millbank Tower in Westminster on 25 November.

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Time Out is turning some of London’s most prominent historical attractions into temporary rave sites, with fun-loving dancers making their way to the Cutty Sark tonight (22 January) and then the main hall of the Natural History Museum next month for sold- out silent discos.
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