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PLAYHOUSE PROJECT X BACK TO BASICS Family Rave Tickets | The Deaf Institute Manchester  | Mon 26th August 2019 Lineup


The Deaf Institute in Manchester

Monday 26th August 2019

2:00pm til 4:30pm (last entry 3:45pm)

No age restrictions

All-ages Bank Holiday Monday FAMILY-friendly RAVE with DJ Beero founder of clubbing institute Back To Basics & Family favourite Robot ELECTRON.

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PLAYHOUSE PROJECT X BACK TO BASICS Family Rave on Monday 26th August 2019

Following on from a range of successful events at The Refuge, Hatch and Golden Lion, Todmorden, we are back, for our first event at The Deaf Institute . A stunning family friendly venue, off Oxford rd Manchester.

PLAYHOUSE PROJECT will be bringing a skip load of fun, glow sticks, free snap bracelets, club lighting, visuals, bubble machines, inflatables and giant balloons. When the fun gets too much for the kids there are chill out activities organised by Mud Mud Baby such as craft tables, play dough corner, baby chill area, book corner and face painting. The bar will be open and food will be served throughout the event.

All this to the soundtrack of 'Mr Back To Basics' himself Dave Beer (DJ, producer and promoter). Expect high quality underground house music, Dave never fails to rock the party nicknamed “King of Clubs” by Mixmag Over the years, Back To Basics has been instrumental in helping launch the careers of some of dance music’s fondest artists, including Daft Punk, Groove Armada and Basement Jaxx.

Dave is resident DJ at the following UK Festivals Glastonbury, Bestival, No.6 and Gottwood. As well as being resident at his own club Church Leeds, over the years Dave has also held a residency at We Love Space, Pacha and Home in London. More recently Leeds City Council made Dave an honorary son of Leeds and paid tribute to his contributions to the city, both culturally and economically.
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Event information -

Please remember that you remain 100% responsible for your children at all times.

Please do not leave alcoholic drinks unattended.

Adults must be accompanied by a responsible child.

Limited space for buggies, please come without where possible.

This event is aimed at 0-8 year old's (activities are for this age range), however older children are welcome to attend.

Safety - The venue will be busy with a limited amount of seating. We advise parents of young babies to wear a sling particularly on the dance-floor.

Music will be set to the recommended level for little ears.

Expect child-safe club lighting, no strobe lighting used.

Please no running or rowdy behavior (this includes parents) ;)

Photography / Video - There will be a photographer at the event, some shots will be used for publicity. Please inform a member of staff on arrival if you do not want your little ones to be photographed.

Venue address - 135 Grosvenor St, Manchester M1 7HE.
Travel & Parking - The venue is located off Oxford rd (known as Europe's busiest bus route) near to All Saints Park and Manchester University buildings.
There are various car parks nearby -
NCP Car Park Manchester Aquatic Centre
Car Park
Aquatic Centre, Booth St E · 0345 050 7080
Open ⋅ Closes 12AM
NCP Car Park Manchester Chester Street
Car Park
Chester St
Open ⋅ Closes 11PM
NCP Car Park
Car Park
F Tresco House, 149-153 Oxford Rd
Open 24 hours

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Music Genres: 

Electro, Funk, House, Punk, Techno

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