A new and unique event is coming to Ipswich Museum this May.
If you come to the Silent Disco for Museums at Night on Saturday 19th May you will receive a set of wireless headphones armed with two channels playing different music.
The event will take place in the Victorian Natural History Gallery, where local celebrities Wool-I-Am and Rosie the Rhino can be found. With time slots for families, teenagers and adults, everyone can dance the night away at a disco like no other.
The families disco will be led by the talented DJ Sam Leppard. With more than 15 years DJing experience and an eclectic mix of styles, from rock and indie to soul and dance music, there’s plenty to keep the adults and kids alike dancing.
Our teen and 18+ discos will be taken over by DJ Sebadee and Ben Driver, giving listeners the choice between Sebedee’s high energy mix of chart hits and R&B and Ben’s mix of pop, indie and rock classics. Ben Driver’s love of sound has led to a varied career as a DJ, from curating a music radio show to DJing at pubs, clubs and festivals across Ipswich. Sebadee has electrified many venues in the UK and around the world, supporting acts like Skrillex, Wretch 32, Tom Zanetti, Tinie Tempah, Fatman Scoop and Lethal Bizzle to name a few.
Tickets can be purchased from www.ipswichregent.com – the families and teen slots cost £3.30 while the 18+ session costs £6.60 and will have a cash bar.