Big Fish Little Fish Leeds rave returns

Returning to Leeds after a sell out event earlier this year is an upcoming UK club trend that let's you rave and party - with the kids too.

By The Newsroom
Thursday, 10th November 2016, 11:00 pm
Updated Wednesday, 16th November 2016, 4:13 pm
DAD DANCING: Partying away at last year's event.
DAD DANCING: Partying away at last year's event.

Award-winning ‘family rave’ Big Fish Little Fish is back in Leeds with an afternoon of fun, mayhem and music for parents and their kids up to eight years-old on Sunday November 20 from 2pm at Propaganda’s Attic.

One of Leeds’ top DJs, Danny Mac who has run the decks at the Back2Basics/Warehouse Project will put on a vinyl only set of banging club classics to get everyone dancing.

Voted ‘Best Family Event 2014 & 2015’ at the Arts Council’s National Family Arts Festival, Big Fish Little Fish has been running regularly in London since 2013 and has been testing the water in other parts of the UK.

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Organiser, Verena Scrimshire, said: “‘We had a fantastic time at our sell out launch party. This time we’ve got Danny Mac with a banging set of house music that is sure to get the mums, dads and kids jumping around with big grins on their faces. It’s going to be massive.”

There is a licensed bar, bubble machines, glitter cannons, a giant parachute and a play and chill out area for babies.