Cheap Hen Do Ideas: Part Four - The Nightlife
Get glammed up and head out for a night on the town!
So you've picked a destination for the Hen Do (whether it's in the UK or abroad) and you've found some great activities to fill your day. Now there's one last area to arrange... the nightlife!
Nights out on a hen do can vary wildly - some groups want to be organised, and some prefer the anarchic way of doing things. Whichever your way is, we can help you - and for a very reasonable price! Here are three of our most popular nightlife options that will keep you entertained throughout the night:
The single most popular option for every Hen Weekend, Cocktail Making is the best way to start your evening. With a large number of our groups choosing to do the session at around 6pm, it's a perfect start to your evening - and you even get nibbles included so you won't be drinking on an empty stomach! Cocktail Making can usually be added to packages for just an extra £20pp, so if you want to, just let us know!
For a fun and organised Bar Crawl to fill your evening, there is nothing that comes more highly recommended than our Pub Crawl Treasure Hunt! Follow the clues and solve the problems that are delivered to your phone via our bespoke app, and compete against your fellow hens for the chance to be the winner and claim bragging rights for the rest of the weekend. Ask us to add this to any package, you'll be amazed at how much value you get for what you pay!
And then we come to Cabaret - one of the most infamous of Hen Weekend Activities. This brilliant night out will give you the chance to see a selection of buff beefcakes strutting their stuff, while leaving nothing whatsoever to the imagination! With a drag queen host to entertain you between acts your hunger will definitely be satisfied, whether by the buffet dinner that is included, or by the sexiest men alive dancing in front of you!
And that brings us to the end of our Cheap Hen Do Ideas blog - I hope that it has been helpful to you, and if you have any ideas for things we haven't covered, then do get in touch and let us know - you can speak to us via our Facebook page, through Twitter, or by directly emailing us at email@example.com