EXPERIENCE THE 80S AGAIN
Create your own music video with a personal choreographer and 80’s makeover
- 1 hour dance class
- Drinks & catering
- Professional video and photographer
What You Need To Know
Party on down to Mayfair in London as you and your hen party prepare to experience the 80’s again! Put on your dancing shoes and take part in this hen party dance workshop, where you’ll each learn the steps to a unique dance routine set to your very own 80’s anthem, expertly choreographed by a ‘Dancing with the Stars? choreographer!
To make sure you all look the part, you’ll don your very own 80’s-style outfits – think neon, leg warmers and Lycra – with each member of your hen party group given her very own pop-star makeover with a look fresh from the golden age of MTV. Once you’re suitably dolled up, your very own photographer will be on hand to capture the moment and ensure you have keepsakes to cherish.
There’s more to being a pop-star than just looking the part and having the moves, so your hen party will have the opportunity to unleash their inner star and show off their singing skills (or lack of!) with on-hand karaoke, where you’ll have a selection of classic 80’s hits to choose from to wow your hen party guests.
A one-hour dance class, you and your hen party guests will be taken through a bespoke routine made especially for your group before having the chance to star in your very own music video! An on-hand videographer will ensure that you’ll always be able to cherish your quirky, 80’s inspired day together.
Once you’ve learned your routine and your hen party guests have experienced their new lives as star musicians, you’ll then enjoy food and drinks catered to your group and provided on-location.
What Our Hens Say
This is so much more than a dance class it’s a whole life experience. Throw on your neon gladrags and get those legs warmed up because this is a full 80s mini party. We love it because the music is banging, obvs, but it’s a hilarious activity for all ages those who lived through it, those too young to have been there but who know of it, and those who were having too much fun to remember anything of it’