Hen Party Life Drawing in Brighton

We put the art into party

Looking for a different kind of hen party in Brighton, that will be talked about for years to come? Our hen party life drawing classes create a totally unique and unforgettable experience for your bride-to-be and all her hens. We’re here to help personalise your Brighton event from start-to-finish, so that you can make great memories on and off the page (and get some amazing photos too).

Nude Life offers creative, classy and fun life drawing classes in Brighton at great rates that can be hosted at residences or venues.

What's On Offer

The hour and a half session will begin with your chosen model introducing himself and providing a butler service so that you can have a few drinks to get the party started.

You’ll then draw your model in a variety different poses, each chosen by your group, and a final pose with the bride-to-be. Throughout the session your model will incorporate cheeky games alongside helpful professional tips, choosing the winners and losers with the help of the bride. After you’ve finished your masterpieces, your model is free to have a drink with the group, and the bride will be given a Nude Life folder of everyone’s drawings as a keepsake

✔ Just a £25 deposit

 Choose your model

 All Materials Provided

✔ Alcohol Included

How hen party life drawing works in Brighton


GET Sorted

Tell us where you’re planning to host your hen party and how many people are in your group. We’ll come to your accommodation or venue, and can give you a helping hand if you haven’t yet chosen.


Get Personal

We’ll work with you to make sure everything is perfect for your bride-to-be, personalising your package from the model to the drinks and always keeping it classy.


GET Creative

Our hen party life drawing classes are an hour and a half – plenty of time to have a laugh, have a drink, and make some art. You don’t have to have any experience as our trained model will guide you through.


Hen party inspiration in Brighton

About Brighton

As one of the most culturally diverse cities in the UK, Brighton is a favourite amongst many hen parties and the city has a vast selection of hen party holiday homes. Just one hour away from London on the train, this trendy and chic city is the ideal choice for anyone looking to plan a unique Brighton hen weekend. In a quintessentially British affair, spend the morning exploring the beach or one of the many bars that surround it! And, when the sun goes down, this colourful city comes alive. Head to the North Laines for a great night out with a friendly atmosphere. Alternatively, visit West Street or one of the big name clubs to continue your hen party into the early hours. If you’re planning a summer hen weekend away, then it doesn’t get much better than Brighton.

If you’re still looking for a place to stay to host a Nude Life drawing class, then check out Hen and Stag Houses fantastic hen party houses in Brighton.

How to get to Brighton

Ideally located on the south coast of Britain, wherever you’re coming from, Brighton is easy to get to. By train, Brighton is just under an hour’s journey from St Pancras, London Bridge or London Victoria. Visiting internationally? Brighton is just under 30 minutes from London Gatwick. 

Once here, it’s really easy to get around on foot, by bus or train. Taxis are also relatively cheap - meaning you can spend more money on the good old stuff.

Nightlife in Brighton

Brighton offers some of the UK’s best nightlife with its huge collection of pubs and clubs, a wide array of eateries, and late-night comedy hubs. Its LGBT scene is second to none, and throughout the summer, there are parties and festivals on the beach and in parks throughout the city. Brighton offers an unbeatable nightlife, with its streets seemingly just as full of people at midnight as they are at midday. Visit at the weekend, and you’ll be forgiven for thinking that Brighton is one big party place!

The Best places to visit in Brighton for a hen party

The Beach

Brighton Beach is, of course, the most obvious appeal. Thousands of people flock to the award-winning beach each year to lap up the British summer rays but I’m always pleasantly surprised to find that it’s not only an appeal during the summer. Come winter there are still loads of people wrapped up warm taking a family bike ride, an evening stroll with their dog or the bravest even take a dunk in the icy water.

Do bear in mind that it can become a touch heaving in the summer so if you prefer things a bit more on the peaceful side; take a short stroll down toward Hove Beach. There you can take in the well-kept lawns, the dazzling array of multi-coloured beach huts and even stop off at one of the many cafes on offer.

The Lanes

There are actually two areas; the North Laine and The Lanes, both very different and this often causes a hell of a lot of confusion. Deep in the boho-chic North Laine, you’ll find offbeat designers and flea markets, alongside boutiques and vintage jumble shops, like Beyond Retro. Just down the road a bit, The Lanes is it's upmarket posher sister and showcases slightly smarter shops in narrower, winding passageways.

Both truly cater for everyone and it’s so easy to spend hours wandering through the streets popping in and out of the many appealing attractions.

Pavillion Gardens

The Royal Pavilion is definitely a sight for sore eyes. The majestic building is famous with Brighton’s own, as well as the many tourists that visit. However, the winner for me are the gardens that surround it. I’ve spent many an afternoon nestled on the preened grass with a picnic or with a takeaway coffee, listening to the brass bands and enjoying the fine view.

If you fancy a drink and you're next to the Pavillion, make sure you head along to the Spiegel Tent. Not only does the tent and its gardens have great beer and food, but it’s also got the best vibe of the whole Brighton Festival & Fringe! So if you're going to Brighton in either May or June, this is a must visit. Although last year the tent was so successful it ran all summer!

Going late into the night, there’s DJs, live music and all the best people you hope to run into on a night out. It’s Brighton’s hub throughout May and June, and it’s always free to get into!

The Food

We’ve spent many many years trying out a broad selection of the restaurants that Brighton has to offer. But again, it's always a delight going back because there's always a new one (or ten) to try every few months. This metropolis caters for every taste bud, as well as showcasing many quirky food trends.

Whether you're a fan of the traditional seaside nosh (e.g. fish n chips or a good old battered sausage) or you're after something a touch more upmarket, Brighton will not disappoint. No matter the time of day, no matter how picky you are or how extreme your diet is, there's an array of options

Here are just a few of our favourites: The House, The Creperie, Ginger Pig, Riddle & Fins, Food for Friends, Morrocos, Giggling Squid, Casa Don Carlos, Blackbird Tea Rooms and many many more.