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We run 6 disco nights every year, in various venues where people can meet, dance, drink, have fun and stay up late. Everyone who attends needs to bcome a member or be prepared to join on the night. All events are safe and supported by trained Living It Up staff and volunteers. Our members are also given the opportunity to DJ with support.

Living It Up Events are supported by our fabulous event volunteers. Our volunteers are passionate about the values we hold as an organisation. If you would like to join our amazing team, please check our vacancies page here.

Entry to Living It Up discos is just £5 and carers are free. We operate a strictly over 18s policy. Membership to Living It Up is free. You need to be a member or be prepared to become a member to attend our events. You can join on the night or you can download a membership application form by clicking the download button below.

Photographers attend our events and photos taken may be used on our website, social media or other promotional material. Everyone attending the event automatically gives consent to be photographed unless otherwise stated.

Please note we do not tolerate any violent or aggressive behavior - you may be asked to leave and may be banned from future events. 



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Download our membership application form here.


For more information regarding the stay up late campaign, please visit their website.



Going out to see bands, clubbing, or seeing friends is part of everyday life for lots of people. However, if you have a learning disability you may need support to do this. Stay Up Late charity have found that lots of people with learning disabilities aren’t able to lead full and active social lives because their support workers finish at 10pm. Meaning lots of people with learning disabilities leave events at 9pm.

We agree, and passionately believe that people with learning disabilities have the right to stay up late and have some fun. Our projects have grown around this ethos. Our projects have recently been promoting the Stay Up Late #NoBedtimes campaign to continue to support people with a learning disability to fight for the right to choose their own bedtimes.


Anyone who attends Living It Up Events is welcome to join the Committee meetings which are held twice a year. We value all contributions and members are encouraged to talk about all aspects of how we run our projects. If you would like to get involved, please get in touch. 

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