Mother’s Day at Woolwich Works

Bringing to life a stunning Grade II-listed Thames-side building, Woolwich Works is a go-to destination for music, arts and culture.

This Mother’s Day, the arts venue is teaming up with family party group Big Fish Little Fish and DJs Utah Saints for an all inclusive event on March 10, with dance music and interactive activities for everyone.

Hosted throughout the afternoon in the venue’s Fireworks Factory space, guests can dance through bubbles and foam or join craft workshops with a giant colouring mural and playdoh table – and still be home before dinner time.

Founder of Big Fish Little Fish, Hannah Saunders, has said: “As a South Londoner, I’m delighted to be making our Woolwich family raving debut – coming along for the ride are superstar DJs Utah Saints plus the amazing crafting of Nifty Natty for the ultimate family frolic. 

“See you on the dance floor!”

Having opened last year, Woolwich Works has rapidly increased its reputation with a huge programme of events ranging from music, comedy, dance and performance.

Tickets for the Mother’s Day party are available online from £14 per adult and £10 per child, here : https://www.woolwich.works/book/instance/168401

Pictured top: Children enjoying Big Fish Little Fish family party (Picture: Woolwich Works)

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