We hope that by relaunching our tours, we can not only provide musical theatre lovers with a chance to experience a slice of the West End in a socially distanced and responsible way, but also give people a chance to learn the rich history of West End Theatre and to understand how vital a part of both the culture and the economy it really is
West End Musicals are relaunching their uber-popular silent disco walking tour from Saturday 1st August. Whether you’re a musical fan, a wannabe theatre star or just keen to broaden your knowledge in a fun-packed and hilarious way, this thrilling and musical walk around London’s fantastic theatreland is sure to deliver.
As musical theatre lovers are unable to go to an indoor venue to see shows, Silent Disco Walking Tours offers the chance for audiences to get their musical theatre fix safely, as they are taken on an all-singing, all-dancing tour of the West End.
Visiting 20 theatres across the West End, guests are given commentary, facts, anecdotes along the way all of which make up a fascinating and vibrant history of London’s theatre.
Silent Tours, producers of Silent Disco Walking Tours (Westend) Trip Advisor’s number 1 ranked walking tour for London is delighted to announce the team will once again lead musical theatre lovers through the streets of London, as restrictions on outdoor entertainment are lifted.
In between stops, audiences listen to musical tracks selected from shows that are playing or have played at each of the venues via a Silent Disco headset. Attendees are encouraged to sing, dance and have fun throughout as they experience a slice of musical theatre, whilst maintaining social distancing.
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Someone called into Radio 2 and absolutely nailed it Claudia said “It’s like you’re in real-life La La Land!” “It sounds totally brilliant!” “why wouldn’t you?” Listen to the interview below.
Shaun Was interviewed by Jason Rosam for every regional BBC radio station across the country listen to it below.
Being a tourist in your own country is the thing to do/the only thing you can do at the moment, it is even more crucial that your guide is brilliant. Enter Shaun – a loveable, sequin waist-coasted diva and his laid back assistants, totally brilliant at dealing with the inevitable challenges of herding a large group of masked, ear-phoned idiots across the centre of our capital without being run over, humiliated or verbally abused by passers-by.
Is this virtual reality goggles or something? They were very excited to learn all about our tours! To find out hear the full interview below.