Music theatre hen parties

Yes, we all know that there are lots of singing and dancing and musical theatre hen parties out there – but Charleston Dance is now offering vintage musical theatre hen parties with the choice of a live musician rather than soundtrack! As an added bonus, a pianist will accompany you and a professional actress will take you through a dance routine and some lines from the show of your choice!

We’re all about the vintage, so choose to act, dance and sing a scene from musicals from or about old eras. Choose from The Boyfriend, that 1920s musical, Chicago, Cabaret, Bugsy Malone… Or why not suggest to us a musical that you love, and we’ll put together a tailor made workshop for you!

 Subject to your budget and availability, in Henley you may be able to have your hen party on stage in a theatre!

This workshop is great for hen parties, for civil partnership hen or stag dos, for birthday parties and Christmas dos also.

As an optional extra, finish up by having afternoon tea, lunch or dinner at a range of lovely venues in Cheltenham, Henley, Oxford and Reading.

www.charlestondance.co.uk

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About charlestondance

We are a group of 1920s and 1940s enthusiasts providing wonderful vintage hen parties in Cheltenham, London, Oxford, Henley on Thames, Wallingford, and Reading, or we come to you! Choose from: Charleston dance classes 1930s-1940s jazz dance classes Pop Up Afternoon Tea Parties and tea dances with a dance class, a full champagne afternoon tea and our live 1920s jazz or swing pianist Vintage Makeovers and Photoshoots Classic Musicals Hen Party dance class, or singing workshop (or both, for an all singing, all dancing, live life in a musical experience!) Our special, deluxe 1920s Day Out or 1940s Day Out in Cheltenham or Henley incorporating one vintage jazz dance class, one creative workshop (including vintage life drawing or fascinator making), a vintage makeover and photoshoot, afternoon tea, and a 3 course dinner!
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