90’s Dance Hen Party in Edinburgh
Fill your last few days of freedom with nostalgia and enjoy a 90s dance hen party in Edinburgh, fully organised and ready for you to bust a move in. The stunning capital of Scotland boasts a lot to offer when it comes to hen parties, but nothing quite lives up to the energetic and light-hearted 90s hen party dance class, filled with classic tunes and hilarious 90s fashion that’s bound to bring back memories. All the girls can strut their stuff with this dance experience, no matter what your skill level – even if you have two left feet you can still have a go!
- Learn a fully choreographed dance routine
- Nice fun warm up
- Instruction from a dance instructor
- Learn simple steps and routines
- Rehearse the dance moves as you go
- The girls will then put together all the moves from some 90’s tunes
- Private room in a city centre venue
- Spectators are free of charge
Spice Girls, scrunchies and Saturday Night Live are all the inspiration behind the wonderful 90s dance class, giving you some major throwback feels while you learn the moves to some of the top hits from the decade. The dance class lasts for 1.5 hours, leaving just enough time for you to get comfortable, strut your stuff and throw everything together into a fabulous final performance with the whole group. When you arrive, an instructor will be ready and waiting to get things started, and will get to know you and your groups skill levels before they dive in – so even if you have two left feet, your instructor can tailor the class to help you out!
Throughout the 90s dance hen party, you and the girls will learn a fully choreographed routine, complete with bouncing tracks to get you in the mood. If you want the full effect, go all out and bring some fancy dress along, maybe a Union Jack sequin dress or some jelly shoes? Don’t worry about making a fool of yourself, every hen party dance class is performed in private, city centre venues so you can unleash your 90s diva without worry of being watched.
Gym wear, trainers (comfortable)
Dress-up in denim jackets, jelly shoes, baby G watches, scrunchies, Doc Martins, tartan skirts.