Not ready for the party season to be over? Why not come and join us for a 70s Silent Disco in  aid of Thame Youth Memorial on Saturday 18th January at Thame Barns Centre.
Thame Youth Memorial has been set up to provide those that have prematurely lost someone close to them a place to remember as well as to help educate others in how to deal with these situations.Most people remember losing a friend or a classmate while at school and realise that the premature death of a young person has an impact beyond the family and is a loss to the whole community. In Thame and the surrounding villages Thame Youth Memorial want to acknowledge those who died too young – every one gone before their time, before realising their potential in life, and before achieving their ambitions. What better way to raise money for such an important cause than a silent disco!

For anyone that does not know what a Silent Disco is, it is just like a normal disco except instead of playing music through speakers, it is instead played through headphones. There are two channels within the headphones so that you can switch between two songs at once.
One person in an article with the Telegraph said, “It was so much fun. I don’t know why it’s more interesting and enjoyable than a normal disco, but for some reason it seems less awkward,” she said.
“It feels freer and nobody really cares. It’s ridiculous because you could be listening to one channel and your friend to another and be dancing completely out of sync. It’s hilarious.
The disco is available for anyone to attend and if a group of five or more people come together they will receive a free bottle of bubbly!
The event starts at 7pm and costs £20 which includes food and a drink on arrival. There will also be a raffle on the the night with theatre tickets for Oxford Playhouse. We have definitely put this in our diary!
For more information please contact Olivia on 07825 887214 or oliviagood@btinternet.com.