How much is it? Around £10 for adults, £8 for children, babies go free
What age is it suitable for? Any
Where is it? Various
You can get back to Ministry of Sound, Fabric, and The Vaults sooner than you think. Big Fish Little Fish isn't a baby disco - it's what happens when ravers have kids and want to combine both. There are events across London that feature renowned DJs, club classics, interactive and immersive installations, soft play areas, face painting, and a range of other activities tailored to both children and adults.
They're focused on creating a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere that's inclusive and enjoyable for all ages. There's a dedicated team of trained staff and security on hand to ensure that everyone feels comfortable and secure, and there are adjustments to both light quality and volume to ensure that it's safe for you and your child.
There are limits on adult/child numbers - each adult can accompany up to 3 children, and a child can be accompanied by up to 4 adults - and there are typically 400-800 people at each event. If the main room gets to be too much, there's also a baby chill area at each venue as well as a craft area full of materials and a mural.
As you'd expect, there are buggy parks at each event, baby changing facilities, and even sometimes free snacks on exit. You can buy food and drink there, but not baby purees so you may want to pack some of your own options to make sure you have exactly what you need.
The highlight for this month is probably the Mother's Day rave at Colour Factory in Hackney Wick - tickets are still available.
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