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Madame Tussauds London is a wax museum located in Marylebone road dedicated to historical and famous figures. I’m sure everyone heard of Madame Tussauds London, it’s where all the stars live, their wax version at least. Thanks to Merlin Events London, we got invited to attend a Halloween Silent Disco at Madame Tussauds London.

The silent disco was held at the end of October and unfortunately, I had a meeting clash so sent my sister and her friend in my place. They were very excited to be partying with the stars and from what I heard, it was the bee’s knees.

Madame Tussauds London

Silent Disco at Madame Tussauds London

The party theme was Halloween and both my sister and her friend dressed up as the devil. They wore black jeans and paired it with a crop top and added some devil ears. The gag is the devil can come dressed in anything, you won’t know until he crashes you.

Upon arrival, they were greeted by the beautiful Marilyn Monroe and her entourage. They were dressed so fancy and so cool, the lady who impersonated her had a banning resemblance. I have never seen anyone so beautiful, she had her nailed down to a T.

The idea behind a silent disco is no loud music is played, everyone gets headphones. Before getting our headphones we had some bubbly, which was the perfect compliment to the start of the evening. I immediately felt relaxed and even more excited.

Silent Disco Stations

The headphones had different stations; green- which played contemporary and R’n’B. This made a lot of people boogie and dance as though no one was watching. The red station played a mixed variety of music from Bollywood, indie, to rock. Whereas the Blue station, which was a favourite, played 80’s and 90’s hits.

The first 2 hours of being there, I found myself was drawn to the blue station. I just couldn’t imagine changing to any other station, until I was informed that the green station was playing spice girls. No one can resist the spice girls. I’m just not that cruel…

As well as dancing to music, we got to boozy with the stars, made friends and have a photo opportunity with Kim Kardashian’s herself. It was such a magical moment! The DJs were really friendly, and they even let me request my favourite song. It was the perfect night. I am now in search of another silent disco.

Madame Tussauds London

Silent Disco Alien Room

The atmosphere and the people were amazing. Everyone was really friendly and approachable. It was almost as though I was at a party with my good friends. There was another room to the silent disco, which we also Halloween themed, sadly because it was “an alien” rescue room. I wasn’t able to film it.

Our main objective in that room was to rescue one of our team members. To help them get over to the other side, the room offered both thrill and excitement. At the end of it was a jungle themed room, which led to king kongs and Ets layer.

A silent disco is a perfect night out, it’s a chance to listen to all your favourite music, dance with your favourite stars. And sing your lungs out because guess what, no one can hear you and even if they can, I’m sure they’re also singing out of tune and it’s ok.

*We were invited to the Silent Disco by Merlin Events.

Read the original post here authored by Miranda Malanga. You can visit her blog here.

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