We require a deposit of £50 to secure the event. This is non-refundable.
A final invoice will be sent 28 days before the event. The balance is due to be paid no later than 14 days before the life drawing event. Once the payment has been received, there are no refunds if anyone drops out. Payment can be made via bank transfer or Cheque.
ALCOHOL: Whilst the consumption of alcohol during the hen party life drawing session is permissible, we respectfully request that it is moderated to enable you to fully enjoy and appreciate this life drawing experience and to show respect to the representative and model that will be delivering your activity. Classes have had to be stopped in the past because people have been too intoxicated or have been under the influence of drugs.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Graham permits photography at the end of these sessions.
If you or any of your fellow hens do not wish to be included in these images, you MUST make him aware of this beforehand.
TIMING: It is important to note that the timing given above is the start time of your party so please arrive at the venue so that you are ready to commence your activity promptly at least 15mins before due start time. I would, therefore, suggest that you make use of the facilities and purchase any drinks BEFORE this time.
MATERIALS: you will be using Charcoal to produce your drawings which can be a messy substance but does wash out of clothing. However, Artful Hen Parties recommend that light coloured clothing is not worn during the session if you and your hens are intending to go out for a meal or to a club directly after this activity. Please advise your fellow hens.
Artful Hen Parties accepts no liability for any incidents/accidents/breakages due to people been under the influence of drink and/or drugs.
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