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A stag do without strippers simply ain't the real thing. If you want your pal's bachelor party to be the very best in can be (and the bride doesn't mind her fiancé seeing another lady naked), then we strongly recommend calling in Entertain-Ment stag do strippers to do what they do best.

Want to see our stag do strippers? Of course you do! Visit our Female Strippers page for some tantalising photos, or contact Entertain-Ment to book one of our lovely ladies for your event.

Oh, and girls - we haven't forgotten about you! Entertain-Ment can also supply Male Strippers for your hen nights. All tastes are catered for!
Cardiff Bay

Cardiff is a heck of a venue for a stag weekend. The Welsh capital has something for everyone - whether you want sports, music, comedy, history, or just a nice, cold pint, the 'Diff's got it all!

If you're heading to South Wales for your last night as an unmarried man, here are 5 places that we strongly recommend visiting...

Chow down at...The Grazing Shed!
If you find yourself feeling a mite peckish when you hop off the train at Cardiff Central, The Grazing Shed should definitely be your first stop. Their stunning burgers are made using local ingredients, AND their service is ridiculously fast - you won't be waiting long to fill your stomach!


Go and watch...the Cardiff Devils!
Cardiff's football team are hit and miss - if you want to see some real sport, we recommend heading over to Cardiff Bay for a spot of ice hockey instead. Never watched ice hockey before? You may want to brush up on how it's played, but trust us, it's quite a spectacle!


Start drinking at...The City Arms!
Cardiff is served by countless Wetherspoons, so if you and the lads just want to get dizzy off watered-down cocktail pitchers, you'll be well catered-for. Still, if you want to visit a proper pub during your stay in the Welsh capital, pop down to The City Arms on Womanby Street. This local favourite dates back to the 1880s, and it's particularly popular among rugby fans (which does mean that it gets exceptionally crowded on match days!)


Catch a show at...The Glee Club!
Up for a giggle? If you and the boys fancy a bit of stand-up, The Glee Club is the place to be. This establishment in Cardiff Bay is the city's #1 comedy venue, and it's played host to loads of big names in the past. Of course, if you're more of a live music fan, then your best bet is to stay on Womanby Street (see above), where you'll find loads of great venues putting on all sorts of acts on every night.


Party all night at...Clwb Ifor Bach!
What's the best nightclub in Cardiff? It does depend on what day of the week you're there, but generally speaking, Clwb Ifor Bach is the cream of the crop. This legendary venue (also on Womanby Street - you could pretty much stay there for the entire weekend and still have a whale of a time) has three floors, ensuring that practically everyone will be able to find something to dance to!

All of Entertain-Ment's stag party packages are available in Cardiff - remember to book your entertainment before you arrive!
Hen party dance class

It goes without saying that your hen party is the perfect excuse for a dance, but what if you want to take things one step further than drunkenly shimmying around on the dancefloor of your local Walkabout? What if you want to do some real dancing?

Well, if that's what you want, you're in luck - Entertain-Ment offer a variety of different dance classes for hot-footed hens and their friends. Here are a few examples of what we have to offer:

Salsa dancing

Salsa Dance Classes


Strictly viewers will know salsa as 'that dance with all the wiggling and hip action'. It's great fun to learn, and your newly-learned moves will really help you to stand out from the crowd when you clubbing afterwards!


Bollywood dancer

Bollywood Dance Classes


If you enjoyed the last scene of Slumdog Millionaire - the part where they're all dancing in the railway station - then we bet you'll love learning those same moves for yourself. You'll also have the chance to dress up like a genuine Bollywood movie star!


Burlesque hen do

Burlesque Dance Classes


If you and the girls are feeling extra-confident, why not try your hand (or, um, your legs) at burlesque dancing? Our burlesque workshop is sure to make you all feel super-sexy, which is a great feeling to take into town for your hen night!

Click here to learn about the other hen party dance classes we offer - they're all led by experienced, friendly professionals, and they're all amazing fun for any girly occassion!
Hen party

Since the hen do is supposed to be your last chance to party as a single lady before tying the knot, it should technically take place on the night before your wedding. However, for obvious reasons, this practice is becoming less and less common; anything can happen on a hen night, and it's not a good idea to schedule all of those drinks, dares, and shenanigans so close to the ceremony itself.

Here are three reasons why:
  • You'll be hungover for your big day. You won't feel too beautiful walking up the aisle if you've still got vodka shakes from the previous night.

  • You might hurt yourself during the party. We all know somebody who's injured themselves on a drunken night out, and you don't want that to happen to you mere hours before you're due to say your vows.

  • You might not wake up where you expected. We're not suggesting that you're going to go home with somebody else behind your fiancé's back, but the bed of a stranger is just one of the many places a sloshed bride-to-be might end up after her bachelorette party. Even if you innocently decide to crash on your maid of honour's sofa instead of getting a taxi back to your place, waking up in the wrong place on your wedding day will make it that much harder to get ready for the ceremony in time.
So, if not the night before, when? Here are our recommendations...

For a hen night...

If your bachelorette party is a one-night-only affair, you're probably safe to leave it until, say, a week before the wedding. This will give you plenty of time to recover and, if necessary, catch a train back from wherever you manage to end up afterwards.

For a hen weekend...

Going away for a long weekend with the girls? In that case, it might be wise to give yourself a little more time (a fortnight, for example) before the wedding proper. Not only will this extra time save your bacon in the unlikely event that you get stranded, it will give you ample time to sort out any drama that arises over the course of the weekend. You don't want to get married with one less bridesmaid than planned because you and Gemma fell out in the club, do you?

For a hen holiday...

If you're going abroad for your hen do, you'll probably want to do it a full month or so ahead of the wedding. As above, this will cover any unforeseen circumstances and inter-group aggro, AND it will give your pals a bit of time to save up for the drinks they'll be knocking back at your wedding. The troopers.

Need more help with your hen party? Visit our Hen Party Ideas page!