Since the Burlesque Hens Nights are very popular, we receive a lot of enquiries.
Below are a few common questions which may help you when planning your next Burlesque Hens Night.

Can I hold a Hens Night Party in a public place?

If you hire a public venue, the party needs to be held in a sectioned off private area, which the hostess is able to play her music in and you must be able to provide access to a stereo system.

How much does a Hens Night Party package cost?

All prices are listed under each package theme. An extra fuel charge may apply for Hens Nights not in the central or inner suburban area.

How long does a Hens Night Party go for?

1.5 – 2 hours, depending the amount of attendees.

Do I need to provide anything? (props etc)

You don’t have to provide anything in regards to props for the lesson. Your hostess will bring all she needs to for your guests to use.

How much space is needed for a Hens Night Party?

You will need to provide enough room for all your guests to be able to dance in their own space. The more room the better.

Do you have a studio to hire?

Sugar Blue Burlesque does not have their own studio to hire, however we can recommend some good studios/venues in Perth and Melbourne that other hens parties have hired before.

What about music?

Your Sugar Blue hostess will bring along her own music for the time that she is there for. She will use the music for ambience and also for teaching her lesson.

Do I need to provide music speaker

Yes, it is your responsibility to provide the hostess with a loud enough music speaker. If you don’t have a music speaker, please let us know in your booking form notes and we will ask the hostess if she has her own to use.

What if it’s not a Hens Night?

Not a problem! We often do Birthday parties, fun nights in or other special occasions. It’s just a lot of fun to do with a group of your friends!

Can I have my Hens Night during the day?

Absolutely! We can host a hens party anytime from 10am.

Book your Hens Night Party now!

Available in Perth & Melbourne