Baby Loves Disco
  • Great Yorkshire Fringe

After over a decade of family dayclubbing events across the globe, including 9 consecutive sell-out seasons at Edinburgh Fringe and 2 hugely successful appearances at Great Yorkshire Fringe in 2016/17, the original family dance party returns to York for some more summer dayclubbing! Baby Loves Disco's resident club DJs spin and mix feelgood chart floorfillers with nostalgic pop classics from the years before parenthood struck - for parents and babies, toddlers and young children to enjoy together. At this summertime special there's facepainting, crafts, balloons and more all included in the price as well as a toddler chill out zone, dress-up area and selfie booth. With a licensed bar for parents, free ice lollies for little groovers and almost 2 hours of festival dancefloor fun with games and giveaways galore, it won't just be the little ones going gaga!


'A truly brilliant afternoon' - Child Friendly Brighton

'Frighteningly authentic... think of this as a kind of junior Studio 54' - The List

'A creative way for some family bonding time... it was great to see so many families having a wonderful time together' - ***** Broadway Baby

'I've spent many nights at Audio but I can honestly say that this was one of the best times I've had there... the only difference was that it was my two year old daughter dancing on the bar to Daft Punk and not me!' - Child Friendly Brighton

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