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Monski Mouse's Baby Disco Dance Hall

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by Shikainah Champion-Samuel (subscribe)
A great believer in exploring the off beat, non-touristy things hidden inside every city.
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A unique toddler discotheque

Before you read this article, ask yourself:

a. are you the parent of a child under 5

b. do you often find that you don't get any time to unwind

c. do you like music/dancing ( or 'did like to in the past, but have been too busy running around my little one to do that kind of thing anymore')

d.are you looking for an activity which will allow you to unwind and at the same time keep your little one entertained?

If you answered yes to the above questions, I suspect you will thoroughly enjoy London's latest trend- Baby Disco!

Located in what is called the London Wonderground at the Southbank centre, adjacent to the London Eye, this is a circus top kind of structure complete with psychedelic lights, dance floor, disco ambience, dj et al. What makes it different are the comfortable mats and rugs laid in the corners of the dance floor where babies and their parents can take a breather.

The djs Monski Mouse, Victoria and Richard have the 'top of the pops' in babyworld. The dance floor has the little patrons dancing (or substitute any other verb here like jumping, jiving, making merry) either by themselves or being carried by their dads and mums. Everyone seemed to be exhilarated, energised and enthused by the whole experience.

Whilst on the subject of alliterations of e, expensive is not a word that most parents used, when I asked them about what they thought of this. Almost all of them were unanimous that it provided them a great way to introduce their offspring into music, they had fun as well and it provided excellent value for money.

There are tables around where one can take a break with a bite to eat or drink. And, what's more there is a designated massive space for park prams. I went to the London one, but I understand they run shows in Brighton as well.

The team is a friendly bunch complete with 'Minnie mouse ears' and yes, if one wants to do something fun with one's kids, that doesn't cost the earth, when the weather's not great (read: most days in England ! ), this is definitely a place to consider!
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Why? An opportunity to chill out with your toddler
When: Till 27th Sept 2015
Where: Southbank centre and Brighton Fringe
Cost: 8 for single and 25.60 for family ticket (2 adults and 2 children)
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