Artful Hen Parties Life Drawing Classes 

'Creative, Sophisticated & Hilarious'

'Hen party life drawing with Artful Hen Parties is all about having fun, getting inspired, making the most of your hen weekend and creating memories to last a life time with your best friends. Read our reviews to see just how much fun our clients have every week at out life drawing classes.

About Our Classes

'Free Bubbles As Prizes, Outstanding Customer Service & Professional Model'

 

Our life drawing hen parties are the perfect way to get your prenuptial celebrations started and you really don't have to be a keen artist to enjoy this unique hen party idea as our interactive gallery shows. We aim to please every one of all ages and abilities; even the Grandmothers of the bride and groom come along and enjoy it.

 

Artful Hen Parties provide; all materials, bubbles as prizes, expert tuition and a service that is second to none as our reviews show below.  

 

Our life model is a professional model that has worked internationally with global brands such as Coors Lite and GSK Panadol amongst others.

 

We hold life drawing parties all over the UK from Leeds to London, Manchester to Newcastle and Birmingham to Liverpool in venues from chic hotels to luxury country retreats. 

 

Due to unprecedented demand this year we hold classes every day of the week.

 

Trustpilot Testimonials

Click the links provided to see all our 5 star reviews on the independent review website Trustpilot.

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