Silent Disco at Cutty Sark

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We've partied 244 metres above the city at The Shard and now we're sailing south with dance floor, headphones and expert DJs all in tow. The latest Time Out Silent Disco will be hopping aboard the Cutty Sark in Greenwich with three channels of perfect pop tunes to keep you dancing all night long. Boppers can also venture from the dance floor and explore the rest of the ship between 8.30pm-10pm to avoid the usual crowds and pepper the partying with a little history. Tickets must be booked in advance online.


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I think this has got to be my favourite silent disco so far in London. Cutty Sark is a brilliant venue to hold such an event, as the lower level used as a dance floor was very spacious. Even as the night went on and it got more crowded, I never felt cramped or stuffy at any point. It did get warm at certain points but only because we were dancing so hard!

Before the silent disco began, we had the opportunity to roam around and explore the ship. We were able to learn about some of Cutty Sark's iconic journeys transporting tea back in the day, to see where seamen would spend their days and nights in their cabins, and even to get on deck to take a cheeky picture behind the ship's wheel. The view from the upper deck was really refreshing - being able to see Canary Wharf on the other side of the river, a giant cruise ship docked nearby, and even The Shard from the telescope on board. 

The silent disco took place in the lower deck, which was huge! There was plenty of space to dance around without knocking into other people and to have our own space. There were also 2 bars in this area, one on either end so the queue and wait were never too long. Drinks were priced at a reasonable price for such an event and the selection was pretty basic: beer, cider, wine, prosecco, gin, etc. I liked that my friend and I were able to ask for tap water with ice cubes without issue, as it did get quite hot after all that dancing. 

As usual, there were 3 channels with different genres of music playing. All three were pretty good and it was lots of fun being able to change between them throughout the night. There was a mix of classic songs, old school songs, and current chart toppers, so something to suit everyone's fancies. I liked that all three DJs played the same finale song so that everyone could enjoy the last dance together. It was a brilliant night overall, thanks Time Out! 

Great concept, cool location and amazing execution

It was my first time at a silent disco and my first visit to the Cutty Sark, but both impressed me immensely. Not only do the headphones provide a barrier to help you dance like no one is watching (or listening), but the venue is actually underneath the Cutty Sark: the ship is suspended above you adding an additional barrier between you and the city. The one downside to this event is that since you're wearing the headphones, you can't chat with your friends. The variety of music it made it so that there weren't any idol moments during the night.


Although the concept sounded very promising, the experience was quite disappointing overall. Maybe this is because we arrived around 9.30pm, and what was left from what seem to have been a nice outdoor party with stunning views and nice sunset was very few people left dancing in an hot, dark and empty space underneath the Cutty Sark, the only space made available to the public at this time. If I had to recommend one silent disco in London I wouldn't hesitate: go to the Aquarium ( !


So, I’d been to the Cutty Sark before but never experienced the beauty of a silent disco... it was so much fun to have a night out where you don’t have to shout over the music. Instead, you could be your own DJ and see the lights changing on everyone’s headphones to check in on who’s on your wavelength. Everyone was so into it - to the point of singing along... the only downside is if you’re shouting away and you realise you don’t know the words! Bring your best dance moves and let loose inside a stunning ship in Greenwich. It just doesn’t get much better than this...


Bless me father for I have sinned, I have lived in London for seven years and today the silent disco was my first time on the beautiful vessel. If you got there early you could wander around the ship a bit, which I was all about, to learn about it's history. I assume during the day there is a bit more going on in term of exhibitions, else its just a lot of reading (well there was a top hat you could try on). The deck offered lovely views of the Thames and gave us a beautiful sunset. Then it was downstairs to party!

There were three music choices, and it was fun to switch between them to figure out what you wanted to listen to. There were not too many people on the dance floor, but those that were there were shaking their money makers! It was comical to take your headphones off and hear the random sing-a-long or exclamation of "TUNE!". I also enjoyed that the headphones worked even in the bathroom. Quality.


Cutty Sark is certainly a beautiful ship and I've had it on my wish list to visit for years so to go to a silent disco which provides the views at night, a chance to snoop round the museum after hours and to dance beneath the ship itself was something I couldn't miss.

The top deck provides stunning views of the wharf and was a cool respite to the overly warm museum decks. The museum isn't really a museum, with minimal information. I'd be annoyed if I had paid just to visit. Luckily I also had the pleasure of the silent disco. It felt a little thin on the ground but the music was great. You were also not able to take drinks or headphones away to other parts of the boat which I thought was a real shame.

A lovely evening and great views however I would recommend the silent disco at the aquarium over this.


What’s not to love? We enjoyed a wander around the beautiful Cuttu Sark, gleaming in the sunshine; a look at the stars through a powerful telescope; and one of the most amazing romantic sunsets across London. Then all the fun of the silent disco under the bows of the ship. I will always enjoy not just being able to choose my tunes but the daft ness of everyone dancing to different things and random singing. We went home smiling.


I can't believe I've never been to a silent disco before- it was so me! You are given headphones with 3 different channels that you can flick to at any time- I think there was a bit of something for everyone and sometimes I found it hard to choose which song to bop to! My husband was VERY happy to have his own personal rave in his ears towards the end of the night!

That said, it was a bit of a slow burner, it took ages to properly get going! It was great having the opportunity to look around the ship without the crowds and being up on the main deck when the sun was setting was a stunning moment but we were advised to go down at half 9 and get our headphones and there just wasn't enough to capture our attention for the 45 mins we were there before that- a lot of the boat was in darkness or switched off!

When it eventually got going it was FANTASTIC, watching everyone dancing around to their own tune, whilst I was doing the same was pretty fun and when the Disney songs came on, we all had a very loud sing along! It ended too quickly because of the slow start and I just it wanted to carry on!

100% will go to the next ones though- I've caught the bug now!


Silent Disco at the Cutty Sark was a wonderful night out! This was my third silent disco and it wasn't the absolute best of them but it was still super good! When we went in, the upper deck and museumy bits were still open and we were allowed to go up and see them. I was super please with this as tickets for silent disco are about the price of just going into the Cutty Sark except more exciting! The music was good and there was lots of space to be dancing around. Overall, I would highly recommend! It was a super fun evening! 


I LOVE LOVE LOVE Silent Disco! It's like being cocooned in your choice of tunes and you get to use your body to express how the music makes you feel and yet you share the experience and music with a roomful of people.

It was my first visit to Cutty Sark and having a chance to visit it knowing I will be dancing at the majestic and historical ship was like winning the prize of the season! We arrived around 8.30 and proceed to the upper deck to enjoy the magnificent London sunset. Greenwich was bussing with a pub nearby and a carousel - lots of people walking about enjoying the beautiful evening and it adds to the total experience. The sky never looked better!

And then we got a chance to wander and explore the history of the ship - some bits still smell of tea and you can see the floor and walls and the various parts of the ship are very well preserved.

Silent Disco started at 10pm and as usually - this somehow works every time - my channel of choice is BLUE! The DJ made fantastic choices that got us singing and boogying to retro music. He played Bohemian Rhapsody as the swan song of the evening and got us all singing and moving to the Queen's oeuvre like the Retro Anthem that it it!

A great evening to catch up and have fun with friends and enjoy summer in London at its best.


Silent Disco at The Cutty was my first Silent Disco and it won't be my last! As a concept I really enjoyed it, although I feel like I needed a few more bevvies to loosen up and dance but that's just me. I liked the variety of music on the 3 channels and it was interesting to see who was listening to what. It was also a good chance to see The Cutty Sark without the crowds and tourists, although as expected a few sections were roped off. I do have a few niggles though unfortunately. It was that it was absolutely SWELTERING in there, I looked around and everyone was absolutely dripping and struggling to dance in the heat, so people just kind of ended up bopping. Midnight is also early for an event in London to finish in my personal opinion although some may disagree. I would definitely do it again though, arrive early and have a few pre-drinks!


Ahhhh the joys of a silent disco. They have been around for a while and if the settings they are in keep improving with age like a fine wine, London is in for a treat.

This year the Cutty Sark has seen the silent disco be its partner on the dance floor. Doors opened at 20:30 and I was left cursing as (yet again) I was late and so only had 30 minutes to go above deck to see the boat. If you are a boat buff, I would strongly advise you to go when they open the doors. This will give you 1.5 hours to explore the boat and then have a drink and a boogie. What a perfect combination plus that’s how to get your monies worth.

One of my favourite reasons to go to a silent disco is to see everyone dancing and forgetting that because they cant hear the rest of the party, the rest of the party can certainly hear the out of tune singing. Its good fun and with this long hot summer, its ideal for a work out guaranteeing a good sleep.  


I was struggling to rate this event.

It all started off well. A very hot summer day ending up in a wonderful breezy evening next to the Thames. We had the chance to explore the ship before heading downstairs to the disco. So we went upstairs to the deck and was astonished by this breath-taking sunset. Now that's not something you get to see everyday!

After enjoying the sunset to the maximum we went downstairs to the disco where like any other silent disco you get a headphone with 3 stations. I really like the concept of silent disco, but the music and the ambiance are of great importance too. Among the 3 stations, only one of them appealed to me more; the red station which was playing mostly r'n'b and hip hop. However, not all of the music played were energetic enough to dance to. On another note, the venue was too large for this purpose. I mean, the venue is spectacular, but if it were somewhere let's say Central, it definitely would have been busier. Now that doesn't mean I like overcrowded venues, no. But this place was so empty. I didn't stay until the end, not because I was bored, but because I was out all day and I was really tired. Plus, as someone else has mentioned here the closest station is a DLR. But for the duration I was there, not all people seemed to be enjoying it. Some were sitting. Some were talking in groups, and some were hardly moving themselves. Shame, as I had been really looking forward to it.


What a fun and unique way to experience the Cutty Sark! Watch the sunset across the Thames from the deck before heading below the ship to dance away until midnight. I thoroughly enjoyed this event, although I was surprised at how empty the venue - not even half full! (Not that I’m complaining - I prefer a less busy dance floor!) If you have the chance, definitely get some tickets to this - a fabulous Friday night activity!


Silent Discos are no longer a phenomenal. Now it’s more about the location and what extra experience you can get while enjoying the headphone music. Among favourites is the Shard however Cutty Sark sure is a breath-taking venue as well.

It’s not so much about the actual Silent Disco but about the ship and especially about the unbelievable sunset overlooking Thames from the top deck. Shame that the museum and the top deck access is not through the whole evening, especially that it was boiling hot on the bottom deck where the disco is, so you just naturally want to go get some fresh air. The venue is vast and even though there were lots of people, the dancing floor isn’t overcrowded.

As always with Silent Discos there are 3 channels and your headphones light up either red, blue, green, depending to which music you are tuning in. You normally gravitate towards the groups with the same colour headphones, so you feel that you are dancing/signing to the rhythm others have around you.

There were also a quirky Photo Booth creating various GIFs where you are welcome to use some props, make funny pictures and then they are emailed to you. That was fun.

I think there isn’t enough food and beverages in the hall. There was only one stall, people are queuing up, once again it was hot, so you loose your patience by the time you have a glass of Cider. I also hate soft plastic cups and lots of theatres/entertainment venues have already introduced more durable hard plastic wine glasses and other plastic type of glasses, which you can actually hold and enjoy our drink.

You also need to keep in mind that the nearest station is DLR and it is not yet ‘night-TfL’, probably the reason why the disco is from 8.30 to 12am as the other similar ones in the city are finishing later.

The verdict, for £29.99, I would only go with someone to have a mesmerising sunset experience and not overcrowded Cutty Sark visit, so the Silent Disco is absolutely secondary in such experience. There is a potential for this to be great but they need to think it through a bit more.


It was good fun. Knowing about the tea clipper was interesting. The view on the top deck, was amazing. You could see the city bright into the night. The silent disco is always fun! Such a different way to enjoy a night out with friends. I can only recommend it.


I went to this event yesterday evening with my husband and we loved it! We don't usually go to clubs or similar but in this case we were dancing and singing for about 2 hours. It was overcrowded, everyone was nice and polite and the location was stunning. 

If you get in before 10 (I highly recommend it because the event stops at 10) you can visit the ship without tourist and kids. It's fascinating to be able to walk around and visit the spaces used to sleep, cook and even pee on the boat. 

The only think I wish was different was the lightning of the place, it wasn't dark enough to enjoy seeing all the people with coloured headphones and some people might feel uncomfortable to dance in full light. 

I enjoyed quite a lot the green and blue tracks, the red ones were not for me.


It's a shame that access to the ship itself lasts only until 10. The location is wonderful, but the music isn't very inspiring.


A great way to see the Cutty Sark without the crowds. Upon arrival you are able to explore the ship, and the museum, before heading downstairs to dance. We were able to stand on the deck as the sun was setting.

The venue is huge, so there is no chance of a crowded dance floor. The night I went was sold out, but at times the venue seemed almost empty. 

The Silent Disco at Cutty Sark is a unique way to view a London icon.


Silent disco-ing anywhere is so much fun! Having the chance to experience it underneath the great Tea clipper - the Cutty Sark, is a pretty cool experience.

Once you enter you’re guided through the museum, which is on the deck and below the Cutty Sark, so it’s essentially a 2-for-1, great value! It is such a great space, almost future like.

The silent disco takes place below the suspended ship which is a vast and great space for silent disco. There is no formal bar area, a pop-up bar table is setup to cater for your drink requirements, and the prices are comparable to bar prices.   

My one and only criticism about The Cutty Sark as a venue for silent disco is that it may be too vast a space, the night I went there were quite a few people but the space still seemed a bit empty, having said that, I still had a fantastic time and will likely be back!


Doors open at 8:30pm and the whole thing finishes at 12pm, which I thought compared to other similar events was pretty early. Nevertheless the overall night was really fun and was timed perfectly for the last DLR home. 

We arrived around 9pm and the place was dead so we explored the ship until more people arrived around 10pm. Everyone was allowed to go through the exhibits and around the decks before - top deck closed at 10pm. 

Underneath the giant hull is where they had the party, which was pretty cool! No red wine was served incase it stained the hull of the ship, instead there was processo, white wine, beer and gin.  

The drinks were around £7 for a double gin and tonic, which I didn't think was too bad considering you can't go in and out of the ship to the pubs nearby. 

The DJs really got the party going and everyone was singing and dancing along, but then the clock struck 12 and it was over. I think another hour would have been perfect.  Would really recommend if you live in the East.


You’ve done Silent Disco at The Shard, and you’ve done Silent Disco at SEA Life Aquarium. How would Silent Disco at Cutty Sark stack up? Pretty darn well if you ask me.

Set in the historic neighbourhood of Greenwich under the impressive hull of the world’s fastest tea-clipper of its age, silent Disco at Cutty Sark is rip-roaring fun. The biggest dance floor of all the other aforementioned venues above and as an added bonus you get to explore the upper-decks of this magnificent structure. 

Unlike in The Shard and SEA Life Aquarium, the signal between DJ and your headphones is not affected (at least for me anyway) so you’re going to be rocking out without any fear of that horrible white noise you get when you’re out of frequency range.

If Greenwich sounds like a pilgrimage for you, don’t fret too much. Cutty Sark is mere minutes away from Cutty Sark and Maritime Greenwich DLR station which means you’ll easily get back home after dancing away the evening. 

Definitely able to hold it’s own against The Shard and Sea Life, Silent Disco at Cutty Sark doesn’t disappoint, in fact, I’d go as far as to say I’d rather prefer to the Shard.


Just another spectacular Silent Disco with Time Out and Tastemakers. I had mixed feelings about the whole experience after my silent Disco at the Shard, but the more parties I’ve been to, the more I love it! Once again, an exceptional location, my favourite tunes (well, at least on the blue channel), bunch of like minded London lovers, can’t ask for more perfect Friday fun. In terms of music, I must say I was missing the rock and musical soundtracks channels, but on the other hand, the blue DJ didn’t let me leave the dance floor even for one song! I loved the space and the fact we had so much of it to go crazy.

I’ve never been the Cutty Sark before, so having a chance to visit it for free before the party was just another great perk of the night. I can’t wait for the next disco! 


In comparison to the other Time Out silent discos venues based at the Shard, the London Aquarium and the Underground Vaults based in Waterloo, this came off quite favourably. The welcome from the Cutty Sark staff was extremely genial. We managed to explore the top deck and the rest of the museum. It was illuminating to see the conditions of the crew and the contrast in the living conditions between the officers and the ordinary seamen. Everything is expertly annotated. 

Whilst it took a while for the event to get going, it turned out to be fun dancing underneath the hull of the vessel.  Dancing in a room with 230 odd ship figureheads gazing upon you did add something spooky to the atmosphere. There was even a partygoer that gave us an impromptu demonstration of Irish Riverdancing, much to the delight of the other revellers. As always, it helped that bar prices were reasonable.


Another superb Timeout silent disco location. Its not quite like dancing high over the London sky but it was a great night dancing under the historical ship. The staff were super friendly and one security guard was rocking LED lined shoes. Be sure to get there early and explore the museum before diving down to the lower ground to start your night. This will not disappoint.


Silent discos are a bit of an odd concept, but they are also a lot of fun!  The idea is that everyone is given a set of headphones on entry and you can switch between three channels - red, blue or green.  You can see what others are listening to depending on the colour of the light on their headphones - cue music envy as you're listening to blue but everyone else is going mad while listening to green...  It's also worth slipping off your headphones on occasion to hear the 'singing' as some people don't realise they can be heard...  The Cutty Sark was a great venue and although initially very quiet, it did fill up as the night went on.  The bar is reasonably-priced - you can ask for a bottle of prosecco rather than order by glass.


The silent disco at the Cutty Sark was so much fun. The atmosphere was great and the setting so unique – dancing away underneath a huge ship! There was plenty of room on the dancefloor and the venue looked incredible all lit up. It was nice that you could access the top deck too but it’s a shame you cannot take your headphones up there with you. I arrived at 9pm and it was so so quiet, so tip is to arrive a little bit later. I still prefer the Shard venue for silent disco but this is still a good one. Overall a fun night and I would return!


Arriving before 9pm (which I now know is waaaaaay too early, as you can see from the photo below), my first impressions were a little mixed - as we arrived, we explored the near deserted upper decks (just as the sun was going down - nice!) and were't actually too sure where the silent disco was taking place (as we obviously couldn't hear it :) .When we found the dance-floor (right beneath the Cutty Sark), there was literally a handful of people dancing. However, as the night progressed, more people showed and it truly was a fun night out - even the staff joined in the fun (hats off to the security guard who had the LED flashing shoes on). Pints of Heineken were also a fiver so reasonable compared to similar venues. So far, I've been to three different silent discos - this, London Aquarium and the Shard and this ranks in the middle; the historical setting is superb but is hard to beat dancing on 'top of the world'.


I had never been to a silent disco before, but this first experience and in such a great location, was amazing!

The dance floor was set in the area at the Lower level, in a huge room below the boat itself. Very emotional!

Unfortunately I arrived only very late and I haven't had the opportunity to enjoy the DJ set enough to judge it properly. Although, the last few songs were nice.

I can't wait to experience it once again, I'll go back very soon for sure!!


I live for silent disco .... Been to them all so I know which ones swing the most. This one was fun and different..pleasant I'd say!... Never partied on an ancient boat before so that was cool!

The DJs were actually pretty good too and the space one had to move around and bust a few moves was invigorating. My only criticism is that we couldn't take our headphones on the actual ship above which would've been fun and added to the experience.

Had a fun night but then again with silent disco I always do ;)


Sadly this silent disco barely compared to the one at the aquarium for me. Although it was in a cool setting, dancing underneath the boat was a tad anti climatic and just felt like a large hall with not enough people to fill it.I think had the silent disco been on the decks of the boat it could have been an amazing night. Additionally, you did get to see the museum part but it didn't quite fit in with the disco side of the night so I think the history of the boat was a tad wasted on me. 

However, the headphones were brilliant quality and drinks were reasonably priced making the whole experience pretty fun. Also the staff were all given headphones which I thought was a really nice touch as they got to enjoy the music as well as everyone else. Everyone was in high spirits and I would still recommend this night out, I would just argue that the silent disco at other venues were more to my taste.


One of the funniest concepts of disco-ing I have ever been apart of. Depending on your chosen station the rhythm takes you places different to those surrounding you. Honestly such a laugh watching everyone dance to the beat of a different drum! The conveniently placed bars on both sides of the room allow one to grab a drink and hit the dance floor. Music ranges from pop, hip-hop and oldie but goodie throwbacks.


Having previously been to a Silent Disco at the Shard, I wasn't sure what could top the atmosphere of that wonderful building.. However, the Cutty Sark managed it! Such an awesome space with so much history.

The Silent Disco itself was brilliant. Great selection of times, very varied. At first you do feel a bit silly, but after about 10 minutes and a few drinks you lose all inhibitions and just boogie the night away with your own personal headphones!

A really exciting experience. Can't wait for the next one!


This was my favourite silent disco by far.

Loads of space to dance, wonderful setting, friendly staff. It's just epic, such a fun night out. This event actually takes place below the boat in the exhibition space but you do get an opportunity to go and explore the boat if you wish - before donning your headphones.

The bar situation was a bit stressful - maybe they need to rethink this as the queue was so long and they ran out of booze pretty early. Although after 10 mins I remembered that the joy of silent disco is that I don't need alcohol to dance, so one round of queuing was enough for me.

The music variety was great as usual. Events like this are why we love London - there is always the opportunity to do something a bit different without the fear of feeling intimidated.


I did my first Silent Disco at the Cutty Sark and it made me want to do it more often!

This is loads of fun! I really recommend going there with friends who are not afraid to move!

Don't be afraid to sing either! Everyone is and I can tell there are not only good singers!

Everyone is here to enjoy the music, so the atmosphere is really good.

Greenwich is an absolutely lovely place, and I couldn't think of better place there than the Cutty Sark to do a silent disco!


Silent discos are great fun, but when they happen in amazing locations that only heightens the experience, and beneath the Cutty Sark is a pretty amazing location! I hadn't been to the Cutty Sark since it's revamp, and I muust say they've done a terrific job. Your ticket gives you chance to look around before the disco get's going, and it's well worth getting there early to wander the decks at night before it gets busy and you have the freedom to walk through the whole exhibition. The silent disco takes place beneath the ship itself and it's a lot of fun. You have three DJs to choose from each with a colour and your headphones illuminate the colour you are listening to, so you can see what's popular and also what your friends are listening to. The DJs jovially compete with each other for popularity and one even got their listeners to form an impromptu conga, which worked really well and I hadn't seen before.

All in all it's a great location for a disco, and a fantastic experience as a whole.


Amazing! Silent disco is definitely a great and entertaining concept that just has to be experienced. There is some serious fun and dancing to be had at this event and where better to boogie on down than on the lower deck of one of London’s most historic landmarks, the Cutty Sark. It’s quite easy to find, you actually can’t miss it, as it’s just a brief walk from the nearest DLR station.

The headphones are wireless, comfy and have good music quality and come with three settings that change with different colours, so you get an immediate sense of who is listening and dancing to the same tunes as you! You could be jamming along to Snoop Dog whilst your friend could be throwing some shapes to Britney at the same time. Caters for all different music tastes and great thing is if you get bored of song you can flick the channel over to find another that you do like. Although some may consider this to be a little pricey, this is for sure an experience, also factor in the included entry to the Cutty Sark as well it is actually quite a good deal. Exploring the Cutty Sark itself is great, there plenty of interesting informative displays on board in the galleries and on the top deck you can appreciate the London skyline at night and have a look through their telescope. There is also a free cloakroom and places for you to sit down and get drinks as well. 


Last week, my friend and I had a great night out aboard the historical Cutty Sark for TimeOut's Silent Disco. We hit the deck....I mean the dancefloor wearing headphones with three different music channels. Each channel was color coding - so  we could easily see what sort of music people were listening. We had so much fun looking at people dancing on different rhythms and singing different songs. The venue is just amazing and it was great to be able to explore the boat before partying. Overall, it was a wonderful and fun experience to party on one of London's most magnificent venue. 


This was such an amazing and fun experience! The whole concept consists in short of each person wearing headphones that are linked to three different DJs in the same venue, each station has a corresponding color so you can tell who is listening to the same station as you. Silent Disco is perfect for friends who wouldn't necessarily prefer to listen to the same types of music when partying as one can be listening to house and the other R&B while dancing together. The venue was fantastic and it was great that we got a chance to explore the boat before going down to the bottom deck. Would definitely recommend this event cause its fun and interactive, its like singing in your room, but with a bunch of people who can't hear you. 

P.S the best part is taking of your headphones and hearing everyone else sing. 


Easily one of the best run silent discos I've been to! 3 separate channels, each of them playing fantastic music, with a cool neon look to them that made it clear which station the rest of the boat was listening to! We took the chance too to walk around the Cutty Sark and view its exhibits, which was a nice way to segue into the dancing! 

Drinks were surprisingly decent value on the boat, but with a pub/M&S nearby there were also alternatives people can take of.

Only reservations about this is that the tickets are £30 per person, which honestly seems a bit high. Given tickets for the Cutty Sark alone though are priced at £18 - paying an extra £12 to get a silent disco thrown in is pretty good value! 


Light and music and singing OH MY! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this crazy new night out fad oh so much :)

It was Friday, it was on the bottom deck of the Cutty Sark, one of London's iconic venues, overlooking a beautiful London skyline. It was my first time at a Silent Disco but I had the time of my life! 

I didn't know what to expect but Silent Disco's are certainly up on my list for a great night out! Dancing away, really letting loose and singing your heart without any fear or judgement!

Even though you have headphones on, it is still a fantastic night out with friends, you can dance away to your own tunes, but when that song comes one you know your friends all love, the hilarious miming 'switch the station, switch the station' followed by singing together really makes fantastic memories! 

Its full, playful, sociable and no energy is lost because if you don't a song, just switch the station and keep on dancing!