ZR DANCE HEN PARTIES & BIRTHDAY PARTIES

Dance Parties for Hen weekends, Birthdays, Team Building, First Dance and performers in the UK.

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RICHMOND DANCE HEN PARTY

Zoo Riot has been dancing with hens since 2008 so we know a thing or two about making your hen party experience extra special. Your party will be lead by a member of our ZR "Crew" - ie one our in-house dance teaching staff who have years of experience in professional dance but most of all love to work with newcomers to dance and teach them how to unleash their inner diva!

We will ensure that all the whole group gets to know each other and that you have a fantastic time whilst learning a new skill! All hen party themes are available in our UK wide locations and choose from loads of different themes including cheerleading, line dancing, Pop, 80s, 90s, burlesque and so much more.

Situated on south west London, and often referred to as London’s most attractive borough, Richmond has been a favourite retreat of royalty, the rich and the famous for years.


The River Thames runs through the heart of the Richmond borough for 21 miles linking Hampton Court Palace, Teddington Lock, Richmond town centre and Kew Gardens with central London. Travelling by river is a great way to see many of the attractions in the area from a different perspective, including Marble Hill House, Ham House and Hampton Court Palace.


If you fancy a spot of shopping, there are many independent and unusual retailers within the villages that make up the Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Richmond is also home to lots of pubs and bars scattered throughout the town centre, along the river and up the hill, with enough variety to cater to most tastes. One of the oldest is The Cricketer's, which has been serving beer since 1770.


For those looking to be a little more active and sporty, there just aren’t enough hours in the day to be able to take part in all the sport and leisure activities on offer in Richmond upon Thames! The borough is home to the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, which is one of London’s four World Heritage sites. Richmond Park is one of Europe's largest parks. The 17th-century Ham House , Kew Gardens' botanic glory and Palladian Marble Hill House are all excellent reasons to venture beyond the centre of town.