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The Clangers pay the Museum of London Docklands a visit

Tiny & Small, the youngest members of the Clangers family, paid a visit to the museum to practice their dance moves ahead of their appearance at this year's family rave with Big Fish Little Fish.
Photo credit should read: David Parry/PA Wire

The Clangers are set to party at the Museum of London Docklands, as part of the museum’s annual family rave with the award-winning Big Fish Little Fish. Celebrating fifty years of the iconic children’s TV show, the curious mouse-shaped creatures will be helping to provide eco-friendly fun for all the family.

Now in its fifth year, the return of the museum’s hugely popular event with family rave pioneers Big Fish Little Fish will see the 200 year old warehouse transformed with confetti, balloons and bubbles as world-famous DJ Barry Ashworth (Dub Pistols) takes to the decks to serve a host of bangin’ tunes from acid house to drum and bass.

Throwing shapes on the multisensory dancefloor alongside our little and large ravers will be the youngest members of the Clangers family, Tiny and Small. They will also make an appearance in the special Clangers room where mini-ravers can get creative by decorating eco-friendly plant pots before taking a special pack of Clangers seeds to grow at home.

Elsewhere in the museum, you’ll get the chance to experience our unique sensory room and make animal and plant inspired décor with Captain Cookie Crafts while the smallest of ravers can take a break from the beats in our modified Mudlarks children’s gallery.

With a licensed bar and café bites available to provide a boost to your energy levels, the Museum of London Docklands is the place to be for fun-loving families to unleash their inner raver in this cross-generation celebration of dance, play and creativity.

Family rave: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle with the Clangers is on at Museum of London Docklands on Saturday 23 November 2019 from 2 til 4:30pm.
Tickets are £9 – Adult / £7 – Child (walking) / Free – Baby (non-walking)

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