Mums put your dancing shoes on … Rave-A-Roo is the ultimate clubbing experience for the family in London
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- Published on Monday, 22 February 2016 20:50
- Last Updated on 22 February 2016
- Monica Costa
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Before having a child, I used to be a disco girl and I went clubbing in London at least twice a week. I loved it and I would have never thought I would have abandoned my dancing shoes in a remote corner of my cupboard for a long time. Then Diego came along nine years ago, and I got so busy bringing him up and running my business that I did not even think of going dancing. First of all the exhaustion of the sleepless nights kicked in, then childcare issues and before I knew years went by and I realised I hadn’t had a social life for almost a decade.
The odd outing with friends always brought back the lovely memories of my intense clubbing days. New parents are lucky now, as there’s a new family disco experience called Rave-A-Roo in one of my favourite clubs in London, The Ministry of Sound.
I have put together a short video that shows how much fun we recently had at this party and gives you an idea of what a family clubbing mash-up experience is all about.
As the kids said in this video, there’s a lot of dancing for the little ones who need to burn the extra energy, let loose and get creative with various activities including clay modelling. The parents can obviously chill out or dance to rave music alongside and have peace of mind knowing their children can play in a safe environment while they enjoy the rave atmosphere.
There are games for all, tons of neon and PlayGlow toys in the Chill Time area including on the dance floor.
There’s also a festival-style programme of big names, top DJs, disco ball games, LIVE stage performances, confetti mayhem, neon craft, Glow Chill Room, selfie and UV tattoo station and the chance for mini-clubbers and their adults to take on the dance floor with Rave-A-Roo resident artists Go! Go! Go! (Dance Set) as seen on Nick Jr.
Monica Costa founded London Mums in September 2006 after her son Diego’s birth together with a group of mothers who felt the need of meeting up regularly to share the challenges and joys of motherhood in metropolitan and multicultural London. London Mums is the FREE and independent peer support group for mums and mumpreneurs based in London https://londonmumsmagazine.com and you can connect on Twitter @londonmums