Big Fish Little Fish Productions Big Fish Little Fish are a music and events crew that put on family raves with all the freedom and excitement of a mini-festival, right in the heart of cities and towns.

Drawing on our experience as seasoned clubbers and parents we create anarchic, social, daft fun for all ages. BFLF is something we want to take our own families to – somewhere relaxed, entertaining, and where the adults enjoy themselves as much as the children and vice versa with grandparents, uncles, aunts and carers all in the mix.

We work hard to make sure each event is unique – different DJs, creative themes and guest artists running everything from hula-hoop demonstrations to synthesiser workshops to interactive light installations.

Our parties are held in interesting and quirky venues; clubs, arts spaces and pubs, which help create the ambience of being at a real rave.Started in Brixton, summer 2013 BFLF now runs monthly on weekend afternoons in East, North and South London from September to May, and also works with other festivals and organisations (Camp Bestival, South Bank Centre, Coventry Mysteries, Soho House Group, Stratford Circus, Best in Brixton, Out With The Family, Winterville, Mini VAULT and the London Electronic Arts Festival).

Tel: 07956 884 530

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Family friendly

Non-walking infants are FREE – but if buying tickets in advance please do “buy” a ticket for your baby as they will count against the capacity of the venue.

There is a free buggy park at all the venues and baby change area in the toilets. There is a baby only chill out area with seating to enable you to feed babies in a calm environment away from the main party area.  Drinks and food will also be available at the venue (though no specific baby purees so please bring what you may need). Free Bear healthy snacks and Happy Monkey smoothies are given out when you leave.


Unfortunately not all our venues are fully disabled access.
Please email if you would like more information.

Family Friendly Standards This organisation has
signed up to the
Family Arts Standards