Adelaide Fringe 2014
Join the Guru on a fun packed hour of ‘dancing in the streets’, disco fun and laughter
I tell everyone “Fi don’t dance” and if you ask any of my friends they’ll tell you I can’t dance, but having signed up for Guru Dudu’s Silent Disco Walking Tour I would be left with no option but to shake my booty and get on down to the rhythm…in public!
Meeting up at the Mall’s Balls in Rundle Mall we started with some Happy Yoga to break down any possible inhibitions we might have had about making fools of ourselves! And don’t worry if you are going solo – you make friends with your fellow disco dancers very quickly. Happy Yoga also opens up your “laughter meridians”.
Wearing our headphones, through which was played a mix of music from not only the disco era but also from the 80s, 90s and 00s, we danced our way along Rundle and East Streets to Rymil Park and eventually Gluttony for the grand finale – singing with headphones on, never the best version of a song but always the funniest.
We even picked up a few very enthusiastic dancers along the way and shared the tunes with on-lookers as we passed.
A mix of dancing, walking to the rhythm and interpretive dance numbers, Guru Dudu’s Silent Disco Walking Tour is a great fun option for those looking for something very different to do, for anyone looking for some laughter and silliness in their lives, and for everyone who unashamedly loves to dance in the streets.