FANCY dancing the night away to club classics while howling at the Moon?

Lee Butler, from Reminisce and Radio City and well known for his Ravin’ Fit sessions which brings the club to the gym, will be behind the decks for Take Off at Parr Hall tomorrow, Friday.

The Liverpool DJ will be using the Museum of the Moon as the backdrop for a night of club anthems complete with lighting and effects to enhance the space age experience.

He will be joined by Stu Allan, from Key 103, Ste Cocky, who has performed at Reminisce, Buzz and Aquarium and Paul Rimmer, known for Quadrant Park Reunion and Big Luv.

Lee said: “Having brought my Ravin’ Fit brand to Warrington’s Parr Hall many times with massive success, I knew that the people had a love for the club classics.

“I’ve been looking at bringing another event to Parr Hall for a while now and I’m really excited to be part of such a great line-up.

“People in Warrington love their club classics and we have a full night of anthems lined up.

“The legend Stu Allan will be joining me on the decks, plus Ste Cocky from Reminisce Festival. We also have live on stage 2Funky2 performing the huge anthem, Brothers and Sisters.

“Expect an amazing night making memories with a huge sound system, lighting and effects.”

Take Off is for over 21s only and runs from 7pm to 1am with last admission at 9.30pm. For advance tickets visit