stag do

Don't fancy splashing the cash or using up your annual leave? Etiquette experts say you don't have to.
How about a sten, hag, dodo or rooster night instead?
"Sometimes I think ‘Don’t ask me to be a bridesmaid!’ because I know what comes with that."
Who needs a Mozambique beach trip, when you've got quad bikes, putt-putt and... tubas?
Who needs European minibreaks when you've got quad bikes, crazy golf and... tubas?
1 in 5 adults tried to back out of organising the event because it can be so stressful.
1 in 5 adults tried to back out of organising the event because it can be so stressful.
Baby storms are a welcome new excuse to get together, and the trend is about to take the world by storm, baby storm. After a few successful test runs, the idea has now become the standard among my peers, and I can't recommend it enough. Below are my ten essential rules for the perfect storm.
With grooms around the world stumbling into strip clubs, being attached to street-lamps starkers or ending up in police custody during their supposed 'last night of freedom', it's fair to question whether the stag in question is having quite as much fun as his friends are. Despite being someone who is regularly up for a messy night out, I still definitely know what I do and don't want for my stag do - and I'd like to think my friends do too.