GLASGOW HEN PARTY DANCE CLASSES2018-07-25T15:43:41+00:00


As Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow is unsurprisingly fast becoming a very popular spot for hen parties. With its fabulous architecture, vibrant night life and extensive music scene, there’s plenty to keep you and your hens busy and entertained throughout your trip!

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For those hens looking for a culture filled hen weekend in Scotland, Glasgow is home to the Gallery of Modern Art, The People’s Palace, and the glorious green spaces of the Botanic Gardens, where you can really immerse yourselves in all the history and beauty the city has to offer. Recently home to the 2014 Commonwealth Games, and hosting the first ever European Championships in 2018, Glasgow is proving to be the city of choice for those who might be looking for a sporty and active hen do. So be sure to keep an eye out for what’s on when you’re planning your hen do in Glasgow!


If you’re interested in enjoying some retail therapy with your hens on your last weekend, then Glasgow is certainly the place to be! Head on down to Buchannan Street to find all the familiar high street brands or wander over to the streets of the West End for a more unique shopping experience, where you’ll find a whole range of boutique and vintage shops.  You could even find yourself an outfit for the wedding!

When it comes to finding somewhere to eat on your hen do Glasgow has a brilliant host of restaurants for you and your bride tripe to dine out at. We suggest a trip to The Ubiquitous Chip where you can enjoy some Scottish fine dining with your best friends, or the Wee Lochan on Crow Road for a more moderately priced meal. For true Scottish tradition, after a few cheeky cocktails, grab yourself a battered mars bar, or a cheeky fish and trips!

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When you’re feeling ready to show off your newly acquired dance moves after your Glasgow Hen Party Dance Class, you certainly won’t be short of places for a drink and a boogie in Glasgow! Found in the city centre, Sauchiehall Street is lined with bars and nightclubs for you to choose from, or shimmy on down to Sloans and enjoy their Friday night ceilidh if you fancy a more traditional hen do.

If it’s a more relaxed night you’re after, why not head on over to one of Glasgow’s many pubs such as The Clutha or Ben Nevis, where you can enjoy some wonderful Scottish folk music with a dram (or two) of whiskey if the mood takes you!

Why not get your diva on during your Glasgow Hen Do with our Beyonce Dance Party, embrace the spirit of Scotland with a bespoke Ceilidh Class  or learn some iconic routines with a Thriller or Dirty Dancing Class?

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