Family rave returns to Sunderland nightclub

September 13, 2017
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Pint-sized ravers will be ditching their dummies and grabbing their glo-sticks for the return of Big Fish Little Fish.

Following the success of a launch event in May, the family rave is heading back to Sunderland, with Mark Lowry, resident DJ from Newcastle club night Shindig, providing the tunes.

The heroes and villains-themed indoor family mini-festival will take place at Independent in Holmeside on Saturday, October 7 from 2pm to 4.30pm.

Voted Best Family Event 2014 – 2017 at the Arts Council National Family Arts Festival, Big Fish Little Fish started in London 2013 and now plays crowds across the country from Inverness to Plymouth and Glastonbury Festival to the National Gallery.

The family rave includes a multi-sensory dance floor with club visuals, bubble machines, glitter…


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