hen party

(redirected from a hen party)

hen party

A social gathering for women, especially a bachelorette party. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. The girls at work planned a hen party for Sarah since she is due to get married soon.
See also: hen, party

hen party

n. a gossipy party attended by women. I have a hen party every few weeks. We love to get together.
See also: hen, party
References in periodicals archive ?
A hen party left stranded in Scotland by the"Beast from the East"have come up with a genius solution to their cancelled celebrations in Liverpool.
Second, the hen party is ubiquitous; everyone, rural and urban dwellers alike, has a hen party, whereas the blackening is selective.
Asked what it was that made the venue such a hen party hit, Mr Entwistle said he believed it was down to a combination of factors, including its novelty value and price.
The non-drinking hen party (what kind of a hen party is THATA TA ?
Thirty years ago, a hen party was a much simpler affair.
HER marriage has just gone down the pan, so you'd think that bumping into a hen party might be an unclucky encounter for Katy Perry.
I had a hen party myself last weekend at my house in Ireland.
A HEN party at Ascot on Saturday went off with a major bang when one of the partygoers enjoyed a huge win on the Tote Placepot.
Brannigans, Birmingham's live entertainment venue in Broad Street, has just launched a Hen Party night for brides-to-be every Thursday night.
Karen Billington and her maids, Rachel Hall and Vanessa Collins, will be the first to take off from the Port of Liverpool Building at Pier Head as they enjoy a hen party with a difference.
I'm single but, when I come to get married, there's no way I'd let my future wife go to a hen party with strippers.
HER marriage has just gone down the pan, so you'd think bumping into a hen party would be the last thing Katy Perry would want to happen on a night out.
DRAGON'S Den turned into Dragon's Hen last night when tycoons Gavin Duffy and Niall O'Farrell bought into a hen party suppliers.
While less likely to head overseas than men, some 57%ofwomen say theywill head abroad for a hen party this year.
THE sight of bunny ears, pink cowboy hats, willy-shaped confetti and 'Girls on Tour' T-shirts can mean only one thing - a hen party is on the loose.