Last week, The Simplifiers were busy attending various events including the Women in Business Awards and watching the world’s only Academic Magician aka Doctor Todd Landman aka Pro-Vice Chancellor at the University of Nottingham. Random, we know.
We also bought as much bread as we could carry from a little bakery hidden away in Nottingham. If you ask very nicely, we might tell you where it is…
This week, we’ve got an equally random assortment of events that we’re attending.
- Food Saturday 3rd December – Alex Bond’s Supper Club – Wired Cafe Bar
- Informal Networking Wednesday 30th November 19:00 – Notts Tweet Up – Purecraft
- Theatre Wednesday 30th November 19:30 – Luke Wright: “What I learned from Johnny Bevan” Lakeside Arts
- Art (and more food) Thursday 1st December 18:00 – 22:00 – Primary Lates – Primary, 33 Seely Road
- Shopping Friday 2nd December – Sunday 4th December – Craft. Fair. Contemporary.
- So, will you be staying at home on the sofa or checking out what Nottingham has to offer?
Saturday 3rd December – Alex Bond’s Supper Club – Wired Cafe Bar
We went to Alex’s pop up supper club a year ago. 5 amazing courses for £35. It was a set menu and we had no idea what we were going to get. 1 year later we’re still drooling over the memory.
Places get booked up fast but if you’re lucky, he might still be able to fit you in for one of his December dates. Find him on Facebook and reserve now!
Wednesday 30th November 19:00 – Notts Tweet Up – Purecraft
Once a month, we can be found in one of Nottingham’s best venues having a chat with the top local tweeters.
There’s tasters, live music and friendly, interesting people. Plus each event gives you the chance to try a new venue. This month it’s at Purecraft Bar and Kitchen – we’ve had our eye on this venue for awhile!
Find Notts Tweet Up on Twitter for more info.
Wednesday 30th November 19:30 – Luke Wright: “What I learned from Johnny Bevan” Lakeside Arts
If you want a quieter Wednesday evening, we recommend Luke Wright’s award winning show at the Djanogly Theatre.
“A story of shattered friendship, class ceilings, and the hollow reality of the New Labour Dream… With humour and humanity he takes British politics head on, challenging the rise of New Labour and David Cameron, and the abandonment of those left behind.”
Art (and more food)
Thursday 1st December 18:00 – 22:00 – Primary Lates – Primary, 33 Seely Road
You get to be all cultural AND eat. What’s not to like? Take a look at 5 different projects and exhibitions and have a go at making pancakes with Small Food Bakery. (Remember the bakery we mentioned earlier? This is it!)
Find out more at www.weareprimary.org
Friday 2nd December – Sunday 4th December – Craft. Fair. Contemporary.
Looking for some unique Christmas gifts? Try the Contemporary this weekend to see what exciting makers and designers from Nottingham and beyond have to offer.
There will be a preview evening with mince pies, mulled wine, and music on Friday. Take a look at the website to find out more info.
So, will you be staying at home on the sofa or checking out what Nottingham has to offer?
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