Bollywood Dance Classes

Bollywood Dance Classes

After nearly a decade of willy straws and teeny boppers being the trademark of hen parties around the UK, the noughties has brought a new, more creative wave of hen parties, looking for hen party activities
on their ‘last night of freedom’ that pack a bit more punch than a couple of jelly shots at the local nightclub.

The rise in popularity of the Bollywood Dance Party or Bollywood Dance Classes on a hen weekend signifies just that. More and more, hen parties are looking for a hen weekend activity that’s creative, quirky and different, with opportunities to learn new skills whilst having a good old girly giggle.

bollywood dance classes

What better way to expand your horizons on a hen weekend than to bring a bit of Bhangra and Bollywood into your afternoon on your hen party ? Colourful and creative, and plenty of opportunities to immerse yourself in a bit of Indian culture; Bindi’s, sari’s, bollywood belts and bollywood scarves are just some of the options you can try out for your Bollywood dance class!

bollywood dance classesThe essence of Bollywood dance is all about having fun, sharing stories (usually of love!) and spreading some joy, which makes it a fantastic class to get everyone loosened up, laughing and shedding some inhibitions on a hen party. Slumdog Millionaire and Jai Ho brought Bollywood fever to the United Kingdom in the early noughties, and introduced Bollywood into our mainstream culture. With Bollywood dance featuring heavily on shows like Britain’s Got Talent, Got To Dance and So You Think You Can Dance, we’ve definitely moved on from the basic ‘screw the lightbulb’ and ‘pat the dog’ moves of the 90’s!

With the opportunity to video a final routine, and plenty of picture opportunities to create some unforgettable memories on your hen weekend, Bollywood Dance is an energetic, celebrative class that’s perfect to kick off a hen do, and have a hen weekend with a twist!


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