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  • Celebrating Chinese New Year in style with COSMO

    Celebrating Chinese New Year in style with COSMO

    There’s no denying that all-you-can-eat buffets have a certain special place in our collective cultural psyche. Huge appetite? Buffet. Can’t choose? Buffet. Picky eater? Buffet. And then, of course, there’s the age-old question of how to approach it. Should you stick to one cuisine at a time or is it acceptable to dump a crazy cultural mash-up on your plate? 

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  • The Hockley Arts Club, hidden bar in Nottingham

    Off The Beaten Track - Discovering Nottinghamshire's Hidden Gems

    A little venture off the beaten track can lead to unique encounters and rewards, so indulge your curiosity with a trip to Nottingham’s lesser known, but ever-so-intriguing attractions. Too often these hidden gems remain the reserve solely of those in the know, and while you may not have heard of them before, we’re certain that once you visit, you’ll be glad you did.

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  • What's On This Weekend In Nottinghamshire: 15 - 17 February 2019

    What's On This Weekend In Nottinghamshire: 15 - 17 February 2019

    Love in most certainly in the air in Nottinghamshire this weekend, with Valentine’s Day fast approaching. The pressure’s on for many of us to come up with something spectacularly romantic and thoughtful to impress a loved one, so if you’re looking for unique ideas for things to do, then relinquish those red roses and chuck away the chocolates because Visit Nottinghamshire have got you covered.

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  • Don't Miss These Highlights Of Nottingham Light Night 2019

    Don't Miss These Highlights Of Nottingham Light Night 2019

    The ever-enchanting Light Night sees the city come alive with illuminations, installations and inspired performances. This year’s delights are all inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 spaceflight and landing of the first man on the moon. With so much going on, we’ve selected a few favourites and things not to be missed to guide you though the city on this most magical of evenings.

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  • Brewing at the Brewhouse and Kitchen

    Brewing up a storm at Brewhouse & Kitchen

    So, we know how beer is made right? Hops, yeast, water…beyond that my own knowledge is pretty sketchy. Well, the good folk over at Brewhouse & Kitchen (B&K) on Trent Bridge can turn you from novice to master brewer (kind of) in just one day!

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  • Discover Nottingham's William Booth Birthplace Museum

    Discover Nottingham's William Booth Birthplace Museum

    It’s fair to say that Nottingham city centre’s compact nature can sometimes mean we’re all guilty of staying within a short radius of Old Market Square, but for the more adventurous, there’s plenty of interesting places to visit but a stone’s throw away.

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  • Whats On in Nottinghamshire

    What's On This Weekend In Nottinghamshire: 22nd - 24th June

    Just like clockwork, another weekend rolls round, packed as ever with great events and things to do in Nottinghamshire. We’ve picked out some of our favourites, from live music to crafty workshops, so have a look below for some great ideas for a top weekend, or browse on our What’s On pages and Things to Do section for lots more.

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  • Tom Voyce at Fletcher Gate Art Gallery

    Tom Voyce at Fletcher Gate Art Gallery

    Twenty-eight-year-old Tom Voyce is a local artist who was named Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year in 2017. His current exhibition at Nottingham’s Fletcher Gate Art Gallery features past and recent works in his distinctive colourful, abstract style, with pieces available to view or buy until Thursday 28th June 2018.

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  • Learn all about the art of ice skating with National Ice Centre's skating coach

    Learn all about the art of ice skating with National Ice Centre's skating coach

    Nottingham has a long history of ice skating, with people practicing their skills first on the frozen River Trent and then for over 60 years at the old Nottingham Ice Stadium. The stadium was demolished in the year 2000 to be replaced with state-of-the-art National Ice Centre - the first twin Olympic-sized ice rink facility in the UK.

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