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The Dreamboys Cardiff

The Dreamboys Cardiff
By Chloe Smith


BIG IS BETTER... and I'm not just on about the buffet!

So I was sent on a mission to find the ultimate Hen Party Experience in Cardiff by Wyburn & Wayne. I've done cocktail making a thousand times before not just for hen parties but for birthdays & leaving parties so I decided to explore other possibilities. One thing occurred to me was that I'd never seen a strip show before so I booked myself and a few friends to see The Dreamboys at Pulse Cardiff. 
On arrival we was met by the outrageous Opal Fruits who hosted a pre-show buffet upstairs at Pulse. Her quick wit & banter kept the giggles coming as we tucked into what was probably the biggest buffet I've ever seen, if the Dreamboys were anywhere near as big as these sausages on sticks we were in for a great night.
Showtime and we were escorted to our seats downstairs of the club and the atmosphere was fantastic, club full of ladies ready for a great night. Our host Amber Dexterous worked the hens into a frenzy and got us all worked up for the main event! And what an event it was.... these guys delivered, oh they delivered! Each guy danced their butt & their clothes off. The crowd went insane for each fella! 
Now, I was impressed with the size of the cocktail sausages in the buffet, by the time the final performer finished his act those sausages were nothing more than baby frankfurters. 
Ladies if it's a wild time you fancy for your hens then I highly recommend The Dreamboys, it ticks all the boxes and is value for money. You'll laugh from the time you get there, you won't be disappointed!

The Dreamboys 
Pulse Cardiff
Churchill Way
Every Saturday Night 
For more info...
https://www.dreamboys.co.uk/hen-nights-cardiff

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