Go-experience offers something completely unique and different for your event in Cambridge. Whether you're looking for a hen party, stag activity, teambuilding experience or birthday party ideas in Cambridge, our professional team host unforgettable hen party dance classes, recording experiences, cocktail making and even cheerleading for hen weekends in Cambridge. These activities are perfect for hen parties, stag parties, teambuilding events and kids birthday parties across Cambridge.
Plus, if you're about to walk up the aisle, and are worried that you or your partner have two left feet, our talented dance teachers also provide wedding dance lessons in Cambridge to make your first dance less stressful.
Steeped in heritage and history, this beautiful University town works hard, but plays hard too. If you fancy an active weekend, why not hire bikes and cycle around one of the UK's only 'Cycling Cities'? Or go punting on the Cam - pushing a boat down a river using a big stick, basically, although you can hire a hunky punter to do the hard work for you!
If you fancy something a little more laid back, Cambridge has that too. The fantastic University colleges are tourist attractions in their own right, and there's a whole heap of museums. On top of that, the nightlife is a lot less stuffy than you'd imagine.
There's a wealth of dining opportunities, cocktails at Nusha, or the amazing Hidden Rooms, to clubbing at the legendary Fez Club, Ballare or The Junction. Feel free to mix and match to make your perfect weekend away.
Whether you're reliving the 80s dance moves, getting up and getting down as Pink Ladies or T-Birds on one of our themed dance classes in Cambridge, slinking around as seductive Burlesque babes, or freaking 'em out as Thriller dance zombies or even shaking your pom poms in our cheerleading experiences. Our team of stylish choreographers have loads of industry experience, and bring it all to your event.
Charles Darwin was a student here. But he took his washing home for his Mum to do at the weekends
The first rules of football were drawn up in Cambridge.