We're off to a Leeds 1920s Dance Class for your hen weekend. Learn the Charleston, the dance craze made famous by sassy flappers in the decade that gave us gangsters, molls and cocktails in teacups. It also gave us the expression ‘the bees knees'. Learn that move and more with a dance teacher who's the cat's pyjamas! What better way to start a hen party?
Easy to learn and tons of fun to do, the Charleston will get the thumbs up from your friends and any mums and aunties who fancy coming along.
If you've got all ages and abilities coming to Leeds for the hen do, a 1920s dance class is a great choice. Anyone can flap her arms, swing, kick and do the bees knees. Have a giggle, get your flap on and swing to the ragtime beat.
Go to town with your 1920s fancy dress and glam up with as much fringing, beads, pearls and feathers as you can find. Hen party themes don't get any more fabulous than the Roaring Twenties! Slip into a pair of Mary Janes and swing over to Call Lane, where you'll find the most decadent prohibition bar in Leeds.
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