Bbc3 Hens On Hen Nights Wanted

Discussion in 'Stag and Hen Parties' started by BBC3, Mar 23, 2011.

  1. BBC3


    Mar 23, 2011
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    Are you planning a Hen Night or are you in charge of organising one? You are?! Then we’d like to hear from you.

    We’re looking for people to take part in a new BBC THREE show all about Hen Nights. Whether you’re a bride-to-be, sister-in-law, or maid of honour we want to hear your stories – the big plans, the tricky guest list and even the disasters.

    How do you plan to bid farewell to single-life? Is it is going to be a lavish, champagne-filled, weekend away or oiling up strippers and drinking shots, themed or fancy dress? Are you going to ditch the suspenders and L-plates for a classier/trendier option? What giggle inducing entertainment do you have in mind - tacky or tasteful - we’d like to know about it.

    Who’s invited - will your Mother-in-law be keeping a watchful eye over you? Are you a guest dreading a hen night because the bride has invited someone you don’t get along with? Or are you a bride whose friend also happens to be the groom’s ex? - Whatever the issue let us know.

    Perhaps you have already had your hen night - did everything go to plan – was it a fabulous night out/ weekend away with the girls - did you spend your last night of freedom sobbing in the loo? Maybe the hen night gave you cause to call the wedding off? Or are you a pal who has had enough of handing over wads of cash for over-the-top parties – is your bride-to-be the nightmare?

    We want to hear all about your Hen Nights, so if you’ve got special plans you’d like to share, we’d love to speak to you.

    Contact: Eloise on 0117 97 42404 [email protected]
    BBC3, Mar 23, 2011
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  2. BBC3


    Apr 27, 2010
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    I don't usually allow people to post adverts, but BBC3 do tend to produce good wedding related programs and this sounds interesting...
    Becky, Mar 23, 2011
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