A mammoth charity danceathon in the form of a round-the-clock silent disco in aid of Learn Burma. Free to Dance founder Ben Hammond aims to raise awareness of the plight of the Burmese people by encouraging people to revel in the freedoms they enjoy. Hammond will be dancing non-stop for six days in an attempt to make it into the Guinness Book of Records and is inviting the public to join him for four-hour sessions with music ranging from rock, indie and folk to salsa, Bollywood and '80s pop. There'll be instructors to teach steps, dance-offs and guest performers. Full details are on the website where you can also register in advance to take part.