By Nora Ball

Leave your inhibitions at the door and prepare to go on a singing and dancing adventure through the streets of Perth…all with a Scottish twist. Boogie Shoes Silent Disco Walking Tours has made its way to Perth’s FRINGE WORLD Festival all the way from Edinburgh itself.

You may find yourself thinking that you’re in Perth, Scotland with all the amusing Scottish references and dance moves scattered throughout the walking tour.  Although it’s a wee bit warmer in our part of the world, I must admit.

You’ll be given tartan inspired headphones, so strap on your dancing shoes and bring out your best dance moves as you feel the beat to all your favourite disco tunes of past and present.  If you thought disco was dead, think again. There was so much life in this show.  The positive energy was contagious and I dare anyone who goes along not to laugh (even if it’s at your own expense).

Don’t know how to dance? No need to worry. The charming tour guide will demonstrate some moves that you can get your groove on to. Remember its safety in numbers, so don’t feel shy, you are all in this part silent disco, part flash mob together.

The old saying ‘dance like nobody is watching’ springs to mind. Except people will be watching. Many curious passers-by will stop to watch and cheer you on, high five you or perhaps join in with a jig themselves, so get out there and give them a good show. It’s part of the FRINGE WORLD Festival spirit after all.

If you want an interactive show that’s guaranteed to make you smile, look no further than Boogie Shoes Silent Disco Walking Tours. It makes for a memorable night out with friends, or perhaps a unique family outing for some good, clean fun.

With shows running in Northbridge, Subiaco and Scarborough beach don’t miss out on this heart-warming experience this FRINGE WORLD Festival.

You can buy tickets here on the FRINGE WORLD Festival website, or visit Boogie Shoes Silent Disco Walking Tour’s Instagram or Facebook page.

Taken from FringeFeed.com.au, the home of Fringe news and reviews.

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