SOLD OUT – BALHAM Big Fish Little Fish ‘Lights, Camera, Action!’ family rave DJ Zero B

***SOLD OUT – this event is now sold out and unfortunately there will not be any tickets available on the door. Tickets for our Vauxhall mega rave on 21st March are now on sale here ***

DJ NEWS: delighted to announce Zero B of Lock Up fame will be playing his BFLF debut at this event!

Back to Balham and this time you can live out your movie dreams as you dance under the nightclub lighting. This is many BFLFers favourite venue and it is now gorgeously restored and will run over two floors.

Over the past 7 years, Big Fish Little Fish have hosted top quality raves for all the family, featuring brilliant DJs and fun for kids of all ages. Now they are back at The Bedford for a film-star fancy-dress tear up that will have you and the little ones reaching for the lights. Expect rave classics and up for it party music on a multi-sensory dancefloor in a galleried theatre with giant balloons, foam, bubbles and the famous parachute dance. There’s a licensed bar for the adults; “here’s lookin’ at you kid”.

The Captain Cookie area has themed crafting, mural and playdoh to help entertain and there will be a separate baby chillout and toddler play area to take a rest from the rave action. Free transfer tattoos for all. Play area with tents and tunnels and Villa Pia baby chillout space with mats and soft-play ball pool in wood panelled rooms.

Bakerchef Cake stall

Facepainters our excellent facepainter will be on hand. Be transformed! With Poppy & Perle. Kids £6 – Adults £8 Children must be over 2 for facepainting. CASH ONLY.

Fancy dress encouraged – make sure you’re ready for your close-up! Trip the light fantastic down Hollywood Boulevard with BFLF at The Bedford next February!

‘Reliably excellent’ – The Guardian

‘magical… expect some serious bangers’ – Time Out

2013 – 2019 Best family Event – Fantastic for Families Awards
As seen and heard on BBC tv, 6Music, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Mirror, Resident Adviser, PopSugar, Time Out (101 Things to do with Kids in London) and Evening Standard.