80’s Dance Hen Party in Birmingham
This city will provide you and your hens everything you could imagine to give you the most memorable last days of freedom. Especially with the hilariously unique 80s dance hen party in Birmingham. Take it back to the days of the breakfast club and let your hair down with your closest friends and family, what better way to celebrate. It will be hard to resist not bringing out the moves of the 80s with some of the best throwback songs!
- Learn a fully choreographed 80’s dance routine
- Nice fun warm up
- Instruction from an experienced dance instructor
- Learn a variety of 80’s dance moves
- Rehearse the dance moves as you go
- The girls will then put together all the moves to a medley of songs such as ’Fame’, ‘Footloose’, ‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fun’
- Private room in a city centre venue
- Spectators are free of charge
So ladies, put on your fluorescent legwarmers, grab your scrunchie and your favourite neon outfit and get ready for this fantastic 80s hen party dance class! Surely every bride-to-be and her hens love dancing to the music of the 80s. This 80s dance class is perfect for you and your girls especially if you’re in a bigger group and it ticks all the boxes for what you want a hen party dance class to be! It’s fun, the perfect ice breaker for some of the hens who have never met before and you are guaranteed a stitch from laughing so much.
Let’s take it back in time to MJ’s famous moonwalk and the hilariously awful running man (which nobody can deny not doing…we’ve all been there). This 80s dance class covers a range of classic 80s dance moves such as the ever so famous Fame, Footloose and of course the Flash dance. Don’t worry if you don’t feel cut out for the moves of the 80s an experienced dance instructor will be guiding you through the routines. As Cyndi Lauper once wisely said “Girls just want to have fun” and that’s exactly what you will do at your hen party dance class.
What to wear
Gym wear, trainers (comfortable). Dress-up with big hair, bright clothes, leg warmers, headbands etc…