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Families set for a thrilling night at rave event for parents and children

By Imogen James

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A DJ plays a mix of tunes all day.
A DJ plays a mix of tunes all day.

Event company Big Fish Little Fish (BFLF) are hosting a Halloween family rave at the Inverness Ironworks on Sunday October 31. It will run from 2-4:30pm.

The event has been popular at many different locations. The theme this year is haunted house dress up.

Event DJ, Cyndi Wallauper, will play a banging mix of 80s, 90s and 00s cheesy classics to get the whole family up and dancing.

BFLF cater to everyone, the event has a multi-sensory dance floor, bubble machines, glitter canons and a giant parachute dance.

If you have enough of the dancing, they also have a range of stalls including cake, face painting, a crafting area and a bar.

BFLF was set up when founder, Hannah Saunders, struggled to find entertainment that both her and her children would enjoy.

BFLF Scotland manager, Kirstie Wilson said: “ This is going to be our first party back since COVID-19 struck, so it’s going to be a very special moment for us all. To top it, our Halloween events are always hugely popular for a great, alternative family day out.

"It’s crazy to think that some of our past tiny guests will now be toddlers or started school and we’ll have a whole new crowd of first time ravers! Inverness is always one of my favourite events in our calendar - I have a true connection with the city as my grandparents lived in North Kessock, so I love coming back for my own memories and showing my kids some of my favourite places.

"We really missed our trips up for Belladrum especially, but we were delighted to have been invited to participate in their online show in 2020. We can’t wait to come back to our Highland audience!"

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