Guru Dudu's Silent Disco Walking Tours
  • Brighton Fringe

The Guru Dudu team have adapted their tours to be Covid-safe with smaller tour size and new routes.Enjoy our hilarious dance-walking tours of spontaneous flash mob dancing through the streets, interpretative dancing around local landmarks and lots of play, love and laughter. Everyone wears headphones (supplied and cleaned after each use) and can hear the fun commentary from the tour guide and the dance mix of uplifting favourites from the 70s, 80s, 90s and 00s. Please wear comfortable footwear and preferably come empty handed (no bags, etc). This year we have three starting locations:1. New Road " we will be avoiding heavily congested areas2. i360 - seaside tour3. Preston Park - dance in the parkWe may be adapting our tour routes and schedule if required to cater to true latest Covid regulations. Check Guru Dudu website for more info and any updates or any special themed tours.

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