Win two family tickets (for up to five people) at Big Fish Little Fish
Win two family tickets (for up to five people) at Big Fish Little Fish.
Award-wining Big Fish Little Fish is back at The Birdcage in Manchester for family raving with rave legend Mark Archer (Altern-8) on the decks. It’s their North West second birthday party with a Fairy Tale Fantastical theme for raving knights, princesses and dragons everywhere. Expect (grown-up) dance music on the multi-sensory dancefloor with bubbles, glitter cannons, balloons, legendary parachute dance, crafting, colouring-in mural, play dough tables, free glow sticks and transfer tattoos, baby chill area and licensed bar. Dance, craft, laugh, be daft.
Date: Sunday 19th November
Where: The Birdcage, Manchester
Tickets: £8.50 Adults; £6.50 Children; Pre-walkers free, but ticketed
About Big Fish Little Fish
Voted ‘Best Family Event’ for the last three years at the National Family Arts Festival Awards, Big Fish Little Fish has been playing to packed crowds in London since 2013. It was named in the top 10 of Time Out London’s ‘101 Best Things to do with Kids in London’. In 2017, Big Fish Little Fish won multiple Family Arts Festival Awards including ‘Audience Choice Best Venue’ award for their event at the Chorlton Irish in Manchester.
NW DJs have included Hacienda DJs – Herbie Saccani and Tom Wainwright, Cream DJs Paul Bleasdale, Andy Carroll and John Kelly. K-Klass DJ-ed at BFLF NW 1st birthday party with live PA from Bobbi Depasois. Their NW 2nd birthday in Manchester on November 19th has Altern8’s Mark Archer on the decks – a rave pioneer.
The family raves include a multi-sensory dance floor with top DJs. Club visuals, bubble machines, glitter cannons and a giant parachute dance help to create the atmosphere of a real rave. As well as a play and chill out area for babies, the events have a high quality themed craft area with a colouring mural and a playdough table. BFLF believe everyone has the right to a good time – so, big fish, grab your little fish and see you on the dancefloor.
To be in with a chance of winning one of two family tickets (for up to five people) to Big Fish Little Fish’s next family rave at Manchester’s The Birdcage, then simply sign up to the Northern Soul newsletter (details of how to do this are on the right-hand side of the page) and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title ‘Big Fish Little Fish’.
Closing date: November 14, 2017 at 9pm
Winners will be picked at random and notified by: November 15, 2017
For more information about Big Fish Little Fish, or to book tickets click here.
Click here for a video of a previous Big Fish Little Fish event.
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