Ahoy there mateys!

We are so pleased to announce that Joseph Elliott, as seen on CBeebies’ Swashbuckle, will be headlining Rave-A-Roo on SATURDAY 20TH MAY. Joseph is best known for playing naughty pirate, Cook, in the BAFTA Award winning show Swashbuckle. More used to hunting for jewels on the shipwreck of the Scarlet Squid, our wonderful Joseph will be raising the roof for mini-ravers with madcap games and upbeat antics in the main room.

Welcome aboard, Joseph! We can’t wait to have you as our host!




We’ve got some exciting news!  The amazing PAW Patrol will be at Rave-A-Roo on SATURDAY 6TH MAY at Ministry of Sound!  As featured on Nick.Jr, this perky pack of rescue dogs are led by a boy named Ryder.  These super pups work together to protect their beautiful home, Adventure Bay.

Fresh from a successful stage show last year, PAW Patrol Live: Race to the Rescue toured Canada, the United States, Mexico, Australia and the Philippines. Chase and Marshall will be busting their moves around Rave-A-Roo and appearing at intervals throughout the day. This pawsome twosome will be sure to get grins on faces and energy levels soaring.




We’re so excited and delighted that megastars DJ DICK AND DOM will be headlining our 1st Birthday Bash on Saturday 18th February!  Only at Rave-A-Roo will you find this multi-talented duo spinning the decks and entertaining the dance floor with their madcap comedy at this very special event.

With over 20 years in the entertainment industry, including the double BAFTA award winning ‘Dick and Dom in Da Bungalow,’ Dick and Dom are household names that kids and their adults adore.  From their 80 date, sell-out Butlins tours to their critically acclaimed performances in Monty Python’s ‘Spamalot’ and hilarious live shows at Camp Bestival and Jamie Oliver’s Festival they bring their unique brand of cheeky humour to everything they do.

 Happy Birthday to us!





Rave-A-Roo was delighted to be asked to partner with Eden Project on Sat 29 October for Halloweden. This astonishing Cornish venue was the setting of a truly  unique and special event.

 As part of their Little Monster's Ball, Rave-A-Roo took over the Doom Tent. With our very own MC McMic (played by CBeebies Steve Kynman) and DJ Cuddles hosting, we soon had a wide array of spooktacular characters raving on the dancefloor to our finest tunes. Our partygoers were dressed in the most fang-tastic costumes we've ever seen! 


 We had the most fabulous time with our Rave-A-Roonie dance-offs, bubble-walkabout, fab giveaways and confetti canons to name a few. 


 We were truly honoured to work with Eden Project. Rave-A-Roo are great fans of the amazing environmental work they do. Thank you for having us, Eden Project.



Rave-A-Roo's Festival Tour

This year, Rave-A-Roo had a fantastic summer. Most of our time was spent in the fields of the UK completing our first ever festival tour.

We started at Wilderness Festival, deep in the picturesque Oxfordshire countryside. This family festival is full of creativity and culture and the kids area is particularly fantastic with an array of activities and performances for the little ones. Wilderness was born in 2011 and is brought to you by the creators of some of the UK’s finest and most celebrated events, it's inception was “one of bringing together reciprocal talents: passion to build transformative experiences with a deep love of artistry and artisans”.

Rave-A-Roo was held in the Polka tent on the Friday evening. People were queuing at the entrance before we even began and energy in the tent was electric. The hour takeover included temporary tattoos, glitter faces, glow sticks and the bubble queen. The guests were treated to some fantastic famous floor fillers and some modern commercial favourites from Mr. Ben while Rave-A-Roo hosts played some amazing games such as Drum & Bass statues and the banana limbo.

The next stop on our route was House of Common festival. The day festival was held at Clapham Common on the August Bank Holiday. It had a fantastic line up including Toddla T, David Rodigan, Toots & The Maytals and the headliner of the night, Madness. The kids area was very rightly named Minor Madness and provided families with a circus tent full of fun including giant inflatable assault courses, fair ground rides, a house of fun and endless games for the kids. Rave-A-Roo were there for an amazing DJ takeover. DJ Cuddles hit the decks with some old school rave tunes and some popping electro tracks. The Rave-A-Roonies partied hard with the kids and also gave guests UV tattoos and a whole load of crazy inflatables.

The final stop on the Rave-A-Roo summer journey was Festival No.6. The festival is situated in the most stunning location, in the Italiante costal village of Portmeirion in Wales. The weekend includes an eclectic mix of screenings, readings, comedy, music, performance art, installations, intimate talks and much more. “Festival No.6 has been curated and delivered by a collaborative team determined to deliver the UK’s most unique festival experience”.

Rave-A-Roo was due to takeover the Castle Gardens on the Saturday afternoon. Unfortunately due to infrastructure issues caused by adverse weather conditions we had to cancel  for health & safety reasons. We were very sad but we were determined to make sure people could still enjoy us while on site so we re-arranged to hold the event on the Sunday instead. Thank you so much to all who braved the cold, wet weather to join us for Rave-A-Roo take two! With Steven Kynman as our fabulous host and DJ Gareth Potter blaring out his top Dancefloor classics as well as some top house and disco – people were loving the opportunity to reminisce to their favourite tunes. The Rave-A-Roonies were on top form despite the weather conditions providing tattoos, facepaints, glow sticks and loads of smiley face inflatables.

Overall we Rave-A-Roo had a brilliant summer. They are thankful to the festivals that gave them the opportunity to take over their kids areas in style and provide a whole new audience with a feel of what Rave-A-Roo is all about. We are back in London and all rested after a successful season and already looking forward to the next one. Bring on 2017.



Rave-A-Roo, held at Ministry of Sound Club, London.



We’re really chuffed that Rave-A-Roo’s London home is the world famous Ministry Of Sound.  This iconic and legendary club has housed some of the world’s hottest DJs with its multimillion-pound sound and lighting system, winning multiple awards.

Not only is Ministry of Sound a super brilliant venue that we’re proud to be associated with, it’s was carefully selected as the perfect home for Rave-A-Roo.


Ministry of Sound is our ideal home because it’s spotless and squeaky clean with professional security & staff and beautifully lit room rooms.

We’ve thought of everything from an onsite undercover park and baby changing facilities to a fully licensed bar serving kids drinks, barista coffee and bottles of prosecco for just £15.00 for grown ups.


We’ve cleverly zoned the venue to keep your little ones entertained whatever their age or mood.


MAIN ROOM – In the Main Room, energy levels are set to high with live DJs, incredible stage shows, spectacular lights, Disco Ball Games, madcap hosts and an impressive confetti mayhem finale!


The perfect place for mini guests who need time out from partying, featuring craft stations of UV Tattoos and Neon Clay for the kids and a live chilled house DJ for the grownups .


Brilliant for guests under three with soft play, a mini ball pool, air jugglers and Café Del Mar style sound track. Here we also have our baby area with quality children’s toys to keep little ones entertained.

AND FINALLY … RAVE-A-ROO is so simple to get to! It’s just 5mins walk from Elephant and Castle tube or 10mins walk from Borough tube, with free weekend street parking nearby and in Elephant and Castle shopping centre.


Final summer dates 18th June, 19th June and 2nd July



Rave-A-Roo Is Proud To Be Sponsored By LilGadgets

Rave-A-Roo is delighted to announce a new association with LilGadgets, a high quality brand that is new to the UK and currently listed on Amazon UK with their fantastic line of Children's headphones. LilGadgets is dedicated to providing quality, modern, durable products for children.  Founded by parents for their own children, LilGadgets' products are stylish, simple and safe. Connect. Share. Love. Just like at our Rave-A-Roo events.

LilGadgets are high-quality, high-performance headphones designed just for kids. The company itself was born out of the need to create a product both aesthetically pleasing and practical for children: Bold, but subtle; beautiful, yet still youthful. Safe, while out-performing the status quo.

The LilGagets Untangled Pro headphones are stylish and come in an assortment of cool colours. They are sized for children, padded for children, durable for children and are limited to a max volume of 93db. Creating safe sound levels for children is also a rule Rave-A-Roo operates by.  LilGadgets have eliminated the need for wires giving children the freedom to move around at ease, whilst they play on their favourite apps or talk to parents who are away from home, and even has a feature that allows the user to link with other headsets – someone actually made sharing easier for kids! 

Our friends at LilGadgets will be giving our Rave-A-Roo followers a chance to win Untangled Pro headphone sets. Follow both of us on Facebook and Twitter to find out first about the competition.