Specially themed to tie in with the dock’s summer campaign, The Great British Seaside, Silent Adventures will take visitors on a disco tour around the dock passing through some of the most scenic spots on the estate, with iconic musical moments planned throughout.
Each of the tours are carefully planned out with a surprising amount of psychology running through their foundations. At the beginning, each participant will be made to feel at ease with their fellow adventurers and given a pair of high-tech headphones for their soundtrack, before their hilarious, neon leg-warmer wearing host will enhance the experience with instructions for choreographed dance moves to match the music.
With barriers broken down and the combined confidence of the group at the ready, participants will begin their silent disco adventure at Anchor Courtyard outside Madre before they embark on their singing and dancing adventure around the dock. The upbeat soundtrack has been carefully curated to cover a mix of genres and eras, to ensure the highest level of participation.
Three tours are available on each of the days, two family-friendly daytime sessions and an adult session. The family sessions will finish at Tate Liverpool, where children will be treated to a complimentary little takeaway bag including crisps, fruit and a piece of cake from the Tate Cafe, whilst the adult route will finish at Madre where participants can choose to keep the party going with an extended happy hour offering their renowned Margaritas for just £6.
Silent Adventures founder, Alan Cross, comments, “We’re so excited to bring Silent Adventures to Liverpool’s iconic Royal Albert Dock. It’s such a unique, mood-lifting experience that allows participants to lose their inhibitions and try something completely new, and this paired with the stunning setting of the dock will deliver a truly memorable experience that promises a feel good factor that will last for days on end”.
The family tour tickets are priced at £12.00, and the adult tour tickets are priced at £16.95, pre-booking is essential and tickets can be bought from: