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London things to do: The daytime rave where parents can party with their babies and young children


Just when you thought your days of clubbing were over, a rave fit for all the family comes into London.

Big Fish Little Fish Events (BFLF) is launching its first family pirate-themed rave this autumn in West London.

BFLF was founded back in 2013 by a crew of seasoned ravers-turned-parents that aimed to put on events, with the idea of a mini-festival in mind.

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Big Fish Little Fish at the Museum of London Docklands 8/10/16

The company now holds regular events across the country, everywhere from Plymouth to Aberdeen.

BFLF has even held events at Glastonbury, and at venues such as the V&A.

The event at West Five Bar in Ealing will see the likes of DJ Chad Jackson bringing club classics from across the decades to a dance floor filled with bubbles, confetti, balloons and foam.

There will be activities such as the Nifty Natty craft tables, face painting by Poppy & Perle, and a soft play area for babies.

But it’s not just children who get to have all the fun, there’s also a licensed bar for adults to quench their thirst.

Date: Sunday 26 September

Location: West Five Bar, South Ealing Road, London, W5 4NT

For more information about tickets, click here.

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The closest Tube stations to West Five Bar is South Ealing and Northfields

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