Hens Party Sydney

DRINKS AND SHOW

VIC, NSW & QLD

6:00-9:30pm

Hens Night Special

Price: $95 per head

• 3 hours beverage package
• Reserved seating
• Finger food
• Mingle with topless waiters
• Hen gets up on stage
• Afterparty
• Complimentary invitations

• Private strip show
• Limo transfer
• Upgrade your seating
• Burlesque or lap dance class
• Nude art class

DRINKS AND SHOW

VIC, NSW & QLD
6:00-9:30pm

$95

DRINKS AND SHOW

VIC, NSW & QLD

6:00-9:30pm

Magic Men

“FEEL THE MAGIC ” TICKET
Price: $45 per head

• Champagne on arrival
• Hot finger food
• Reserved seating (SILVER)
• Hen gets brought up on stage 
• COMPLIMENTARY BDAY/HENS INVITES
• After party

• Private strip show
• Limo transfer
• Upgrade your seating
• Burlesque or lap dance class
• Nude art class

DRINKS AND SHOW

VIC, NSW & QLD
6:00-9:30pm

$45

LIMO AND SHOW

VIC & QLD & NSW

5:30pm

Limo and Show

PACKAGE

Price: $95 per head (min 10 pax)

• 1 hr Limo cruise
• Bottle of champagne
• Entry to Magic Men show
• Reserved seating – SILVER
• Hot finger food
• After party

• Private strip show
• Upgrade seating 
• Add a 3 hr beverage package
• Nude art class
• Burlesque lesson

LIMO AND SHOW

VIC & QLD & NSW
5:30pm

$95

DINNER AND SHOW

VIC & NSW

5:00pm

Dinner and Show

PACKAGE

Price: $75 per head (min 15 pax)

• Shared entree platter
• One main meal per guest
• Entry to Magic Men
• Silver reserved seating
• Glass of champagne on arrival
• Hen gets brought up on stage
• After party
• Complimentary HENS NIGHT INVITES

 • 3 hour drink package
 • Private strip show 
 • Burlesque, Twerk or Lap dance class
 • Upgrade seating
• Luxury limo transfer 

PARTY BUS AND SHOW

VIC & NSW

5:30pm

Party bus and show

PACKAGE
Price: $95 per head (min 20 people)

• Pick up from your residence
• 1-hour cruise 
• MAGIC MEN SHOW ticket – SILVER
• The bus features full music entertainment system
• A drink on arrival
• Hen gets brought up on stage 
• Glass of champagne
• Finger food
• After party entry
• Complimentary HENS NIGHT INVITES

• Private Strip show on bus
• Upgrade seating
• Burlesque/Twerk/Lap dance lesson
• Nude art class
• 3 hr beverage package

PARTY BUS AND SHOW

VIC & NSW
5:30pm

$95
I hear celebrations are in order? There is soon to be a new ‘Mrs’ in town and it’s time to get down and celebrate in style- one last time. So let’s make it big, let’s make it stylish and most importantly, let’s make it a night to remember for years to come. So before your best friend says I Do to the man of her dreams, throw her a hens party that’ll be the talk of the town

What is a Hens Night?

Hen and Stag nights, often referred to as the ‘last night of freedom,’ are now a well-known celebration across large parts of the world. Also referred to as a bachelorette party, these days, we think of them as a cheeky weekend of fun, where you have the chance to let your hair down and partake in things you might not typically- and drink a little too much.

According to the Urban Dictionary, a hens party is described as a girl’s night to prepare for their wedding the next day.  Luckily, these days it’s not unusual to host the event a month or so in advance, giving you plenty of time to recover before the big day arrives. But where does the term hen’s party come from? And are there actually any links to chickens? 

Quite simple, no. A hens party doesn’t have anything to do with poultry and it didn’t always refer to a pre-wedding celebration. Instead, In old English, the term ‘hen’ was the name for any female bird, which then became a phrase used to describe a gathering of ladies. Hen do, or hens party was not used until the mid 18th century and, back then, was not linked to pre-wedding celebrations, rather just a gathering of ladies. It wasn’t until the 1970’s that it became related to sexual freedom and marriage. Similarly, a Stag Do, also known as a Bachelor Party, gets its name from animals, as many male species were known as stags.  However, historians can trace the traditions of a pre-wedding gathering back to ancient Greece in Sparta. For men, comrades would come together to celebrate with a toast and a feast. They would also declare their continued support for the cause. On the other hand, ladies would gather with their female family and friends to prepare for the life ahead of them.

Why a hens party Sydney?

Quite simply, Sydney is the city where dreams become a reality. Here you can celebrate in style amongst the vibrant city life and the calming harbour life. It has something for everyone. Boasting glorious weather,  the world’s most famous opera house and beaches of golden sand, hens party Sydney just about has it all. Plus, Sydney knows how to throw the best party. It’s no wonder thousands of ladies flock here each year to celebrate their impending nuptials. 

So whether you fancy strolling through the greenery of Centennial Park, have a desire to scale the Sydney Harbour Bridge, or want to explore the brimming selection of food opportunities the city offers, it’s a place that’s a little closer to heaven.

First Steps to Organising a Hens Party

There is nothing easy about organising a hens party. The last thing you want is a disappointed bride-to-be, so getting it right is not an option. Although you know when you do, it’s going to be incredible! There is a lot to think about and let’s be honest; the stakes are pretty high.

 So, to help get you started, here are five steps that will take you in the right direction.

Speaking with the lady herself is probably THE most crucial step in any bachelorette party. Gather as much information from the main hen about what she would like or might want to avoid, without giving away any of your ideas- you’d still like it to be a surprise. You might want to ask about the tone- wild or tame, the location- home or abroad, and the amount of time you are away. You’ll be brimming with questions, so why not write them down beforehand, so you don’t forget anything. This way, you’ll have a definite starting point to build upon.
Sometimes, the budget is the scary side-  the aspect that nobody wants to talk about. But, being open and honest is very important. Knowing the maximum amount of money the girls have to spend will keep it sweet for everybody and avoid anybody unnecessarily pulling out of the event. Knowing the budget will help you plan the activities accordingly and you’ll know how resourceful and creative you’ll need to be.
Deciding on the whereabouts for the hen do is the next step.  Think about whether she would prefer busy or rural. Maybe she’d like to head into the city.  Perhaps something a little quieter and on the outskirts suits her? Also, think about the distance she’d be happy to travel. If she has children, she may just prefer to stay close to home, but you can discuss this with her. If she’s keen to go abroad, it is worth letting the hens know pretty early on, in case their passports need updating. 
The activity opportunities are endless. Some of the most popular include various dancing lessons, cocktail making, theatre trips, still-life drawing, but the list really does go on and on. To add variety, why not change it up and include some that are calm and some with a wilder element, but try and slip in at least one ‘wow’ activity and make the bride-to-be speechless.
Before the weekend begins, print out a schedule to hand around, and then everybody knows precisely what is happening and when to expect it….except for the bride, of course!
Let your hair down and have fun. Let’s be realistic, how often do you have the opportunity to spend a weekend away with the girls to have some pure, unadulterated pleasure?

Traditionally it falls upon the maid-of-honour to organise this not-so-small affair- usually a sister, or best friend. This person knows the hen better than most and should have a pretty good idea about the kind of event she would like. However, despite knowing the bride, it is doubtful she’ll know all of the flock. 

 

The chances are the majority of the group will be complete strangers with only the bride in common. A bride-to-be often has friends from school days, university, colleagues, not to mention cousins they catch up with once or twice a year, and even some members of his family. Coming together is a big deal but could potentially be a little awkward. But, it doesn’t have to be. Being prepared for this first afternoon of getting-to-know-you and purposefully planning activities, for the pure reason of mixing up the group, can mean the rest of the weekend runs much smoother and avoids separate pockets of people forming. Here are three key ways to make sure you all get along swimmingly;

The first activity of the weekend could be the make or break of encouraging new friendships and getting the group to mingle. If you dive headfirst into a cinema or theatre trip, you’ll lose this precious opportunity, so planning something like an afternoon tea or a high-end picnic in the park is perfect. These activities are open-ended and will allow endless chatting without disruption.

 

Although it’s not a good idea to all get completely drunk in the first hour, a glass or two of something more substantial is sure to loosen the nerves and help the conversations flow. Prosecco is perfect for any occasion, but why not add a twist and add Pimms to your picnic or introduce a flavoured gin and tonic to have alongside their sandwiches. 

 

Sometimes the group needs a slightly bigger nudge for introductions to take place and to start mixing those who haven’t met before. Here are three top ice-breaker games to kick-start the merrymaking.

This is a hens party game to suss out who really knows the bride, who knows all the little things about her and events that may have happened in her life. You could create your own list of questions,  such as;

-Who was the bride’s first boyfriend? 

-What was the name of her first pet?

-Where did she go to University?

Alternatively, find some pre-made questions on the internet.

Comparing answers at the end of the quiz is sure to evoke plenty of giggles and chatting.

This game is very personal and will have the hens crowding around, desperate to know what is inside each gift. The idea is that each lady buys, makes, or organises a gift for the hen that is symbolic of their relationship. It could be something they did together, a particular time they were there for each other or something that just makes them laugh. The presents are all anonymous and will go into a bag that she will open one at a time. The hen must try and guess who has gifted each wrapped item and then explain why it was chosen.

This game is fantastic to get everybody talking and you’ll also end up discovering some secrets about the ladies. Simple buy, research or make a set of cards containing questions or prompts for stories, such as;

Who is your celebrity crush? 

-If you could eat one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be?

-Tell a funny story about the groom

You’ll be surprised at what you find out!

Once you have broken the ice and know each other a little better, you’ll be ready for the main event and enjoy it as one big group.

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How To Book

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