Party animals will be flocking to the Fez nightclub in Cambridge for David Attenborough's Jungle Boogie clubnight.
People are going wild for the all-night dancing affair that pays homage to the world’s most beloved biologist and will be heading down to the club in Market Passage on Monday, February 26 at 10pm.
The event has recently sold out two 600 to 800 capacity shows in both Leeds and Liverpool.
The event features the playing of episodes of Planet Earth II and Blue Planet II behind a DJ who throws down samples of the 91-year-old naturalist's narration.
Ravers don cut-out masks of the wildlife expert’s head and take photos with a life-size cut-out of Attenborough.
They dance to house, funk and disco under the fake foliage of each venue’s jungle-themed atmosphere.
Put together by the Leeds-based promotion company Good Life, word has spread about the wildly popular party and the Attenborough event is now planning stops in Bristol, Cambridge, Oxford, Brighton, Southampton, Cardiff and Leamington Spa.
The raves are described as a "tribute to our national treasure through the medium of Disco".
The company behind the event said: "Sir David Attenborough invites you into the jungle for one night only… As an avid fan of both nature and disco, his 'Jungle Boogie' will see the two worlds collide.
"So join Sir David on an expedition into the wild world of nightclubs where you’ll hear much more than just the sounds of the rainforest.
"Expect a vintage Attenborough blend of house, disco, funk and soul in what is set to be the best party on planet earth.
"We will be donating a proportion of proceeds to the 'World Land Trust'."
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