For the bride with a brilliant sense of humour, you've got to get her hen party down to the Oxford Comedy Club. Nothing will bond your bridal party before the big day like a night laughing ‘til their sides hurt.
Breaking the ice between members of your hen party is simple when the MC takes the stage and has everyone laughing like loons. You'll want to get there early, getting the best seats is essential to get the best out of the show. There will be well known names from the comic circuit and up and comers who'll have you all in stitches. If you're really lucky, the bride might become part of the show. That's sure to get her in the mood to party! The venue is right in the middle of the city centre, close to all the bars, pubs and clubs of George Street. But you won't have to worry about cocktails for a while. The comedy club has a bar, so order up a round before the main event. Toast the bride, catch up with the girls and get ready to laugh until your faces hurt.
Take in an early dinner at one of the restaurants near the club. After all the girls won't last very long sipping on cocktails alone. It's your hen night! You'll want the girls to keep the party pumping well into the wee hours, so be prepared. If you need reservations for a meal before the show, just give the nod to your hen party planner and she'll sort you out. Once bellies are full and the girls are ready, head over to the venue. The doors open an hour before the show starts, and you won't want to be late.
Laugh to stand up comics, dirty jokes and punch lines that'll have the girls roaring with laughter. When the show ends the bars and clubs are right around the corner. So you won't be traipsing all over town looking for the next venue to toast the bride's upcoming nuptials. If the bride loves a laugh and she needs something lighthearted to get rid of the stress from months of wedding planning, a comedy act will do her a helluva lot of good. Come on ladies, get involved!
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