The original family ravers, Big Fish Little Fish, are back and returning to The Nightingale in Birmingham for a spooktakular Halloween special.

Old Skool Drum & Bass and Jungle legend, DJ SS (Flashback, Hysteria), will be headlining with a multisensory dancefloor with club visuals, glitter cannons, bubbles, giant bouncy balloons, all topped off with the famous parachute dance.

Upstairs, DJ Farz will be playing Old Skool Garage tunes along side a toddler play area with tents and tunnels. There is also a baby safe space with soft mats, a ball pool and inflatables.

Children can get busy making a spooktacular craft, be artistic on the giant themed colouring mural, and be creative at the homemade playdoh table. Artistic facepainting from Sara’s Parlor and tasty baked treats from Kei’s Bakes wil also available. Plus, the bar will be open for a cheeky drink.

The fancy dress theme is ‘Halloween’ – optional but very much encouraged.

Regional Manager, Sophie Parekh said: “It is so great to back family raving, I think everyone needs a good dance! The team at Nightingales are fantastic and go out of their way to accommodate families”. DJ SS, who is a regular at Big Fish Fish Litle Fish, said: “ I love playing Big Fish Little Fish, the events are always amazing. Looking forward to it”.

The event is taking place from 2pm - 4.30pm on Sunday 31 October at The Nightingale. Tickets are available here.

BFLF started in July 2013 with a party for 300 people with children at the Effra Social in Brixton. They now play regularly all over the UK, Ireland and Australia and raved with hundreds of thousands of families. Halloween events regularly sell out.

The BFLF crew are seasoned clubbers and parents  - families creating great events for families, inspired by their love of clubbing. Never one to compromise on music, guests can expect a mix  of of rave, drum n bass, jungle, techno, house, and a few surprises. Our aim is to give families a nightclub experience at a sound level suited to little ears.

BFLF are five-time winners of the ‘Best Family Event’ audience choice category at the Fantastic For Families awards and appear regularly at Glastonbury, Camp Bestival, The V&A, The National Gallery, Pride and nightclubs, arts centres and festivals all over the UK and Australia. They have also been seen and heard on BBC News, BBC 6 Music, BBC Music Biggest Weekend, The Evening Standard, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Pop Sugar and Time Out.

DJs who have played BFLF include Tom Middleton, Terry Francis, Altern-8, Aphrodite, Basement Jaxx, Anne Savage, DJ SS, Chad Jackson, Freestylers, Ashley Beedle, Chris Liberator, Hatcha, Plastician, 2 Bad Mice, Hot Chip, Back For Good, Coldcut, Terry Farley, Binary Finary and DJ Food.