ABBA Dance Hen Party

ABBA Dance
  • £26.00
Rating 5.0 of 5

Activity Details

  • Dance to classic ABBA
  • Full dance routine
  • Dance instructor included
  • Spectators go free!

Whether your bride to be is ABBA’s number one fan, or you just want to add something energetic and fun to the hen weekend, this fabulous ABBA dance hen party is right up your street! The classic dance class is a uber popular choice for hen activities across the UK, but why not kick it up a notch and add a 70’s spin to the session with some classic ABBA tunes. All the girls will be able to get stuck into the classic moves while singing along to the abundance of well-known tunes – all you need to worry about is dressing to impress, and we’ll do all the hardwork!

What’s Included

  • Learn a fully choreographed ABBA dance routine
  • Nice fun warm up
  • Instruction from an experienced dance instructor
  • Time to become dancing queens, learn some moves
  • Rehearse the dance moves as you go
  • Laugh along with your friends as you perform the final routine to classics such as Dancing Queen, Mama Mia and Take A Chance on me
  • Private room in a city centre venue
  • Spectators are free of charge

Even if you’re not quite a dancing queen, the ABBA dance hen party experience can cater for everyone. On the day, a dance instructor will be ready and waiting to lead your class through a medley of exciting steps, all to the beat of catchy songs like Mama Mia and Take a Chance on Me. Kick off the day with a fun little warm up to get everyone in the mood for dancing. Then, your instructor will have created a fully choreographed dance routine for you and the girls to learn, and all the moves will be tailored to the groups abilities and fitness levels. Alter­natively, any girls that don’t fancy boogying to Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! Can watch the whole thing unfold free of charge.

The whole dance session will be held in a private, city centre venue that’s organised for you, all you need to bring are yourselves, a glittery top and maybe even some popping blue eye shadow to match Agnetha’s look! What’s great about a dance class (especially one to the tune of Super Trouper) is that no matter who your bride to be wants to celebrate with, they can join in. Even if you all might not be from the era of ABBA’s domination, we’re sure the film Mamma Mia reignited everyone’s love for these classic tunes – we know it did for us.

Extra Info:

What to wear - Gym wear, trainers (comfortable). Dress up in glittery tops, jumpsuits, blue eye make-up, or anything ABBA themed you want!

Reviews

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    Overall Experience
Rating 5.0
Karen Selbie
24th November 2018
Fantastic..... everyone enjoyed both activities. Nothing but positive comments on the dance teacher, life model & tutor. Fantastic
Rating 5.0
Tamara Whyatt-Motti
24th March 2018
We had SUCH a great time. Even the older ladies who were anxious, really enjoyed themselves!!
Rating 5.0
Liz Kaiser
11th November 2017
The lady who ran the dance class was really lovely and made sure everyone could keep up. The cocktail class at the Slug and Lettuce was fab, well ran and the guy made it a really enjoyable experience. They really understood we weren’t a rowdy group as we were a mix of ages and we all appreciated that.
Rating 5.0
Hannah Richards
4th March 2017
We had a great time. The dance teacher did a fantastic job. She made the class fun and suitable for all of the group. Thanks for all your help.
Rating 5.0
Michelle Reese
14th May 2016
Thank you so much for organising the Abba dance class. Everyone loved it, so much so that the bridesmaids are planning to reprise the routine for the actual wedding itself!!!

It was a topic of conversation in the office for days after and we did some of the "moves" at the afternoon "do". It was right up the bride's street and certainly allowed the rest of us to eat and drink plenty afterwards , just to keep up the energy levels!! Thank you once again and I will be in contact again when I need to book the next "do"

Kind regards Michelle (bridesmaid), Yajna (bride) and the rest of the "super­tro­opers".