There’s a good variety of things to do in Nottingham this week. You can try out a fencing taster session, go to some unusual comedy nights, discover new artists, or have a day out exploring The Park Estate’s gardens and enjoy some great food and drink.
This weekend there are plenty of things to do in Nottingham! Our list includes your chance to try out some relaxing treatments, a hilarious play, a motor show and afternoon tea.
There are a lot of food based events in Nottingham this week show include a couple in our list this week. If you’ve followed our posts for a while, you should know that The Simplifiers team are pretty big foodies….
This week, there’s also an improvised comedy show, a chance to wind down and communicate with snail mail, and a chance to attend a private exhibition launch at Nottingham Castle.
Looking for something different to do in Nottingham? This week you’ve got the chance to go see an award winning comedian, a critically acclaimed West End play (in the cinema), an improvised musical made up on the spot, the opening of an art exhibition and an opportunity to learn a bit about psychology over a pint.
This week, our list of events in Nottingham include a few unusual performances including a ballet open rehearsal, mind reading, and a combination or aerial stunts and special effects. Plus, there’s comedy carnage and a chance for you to boost your cooking skills…
After a relaxing bank holiday weekend, The Simplifiers are spending the next few days in the office making sure we’re on top of our event planning projects. But we’re looking forward to all of the interesting (and in some cases unusual) events in Nottingham this weekend…
The life of an #eventprof might involve a lot of late nights but there’s no way to escape those early starts… Want to become a morning person who starts the week ahead of the game? Try these 5 tips!
I am not a morning person. But…I am slowly training myself to be one. Reluctantly, I accepted that I like being a grown up and realized that if I improve my mornings, the rest of life starts to fall into place.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m not a 5am, yoga and meditation type. I’m the kind of person who hits snooze at least 8 times and then runs around hating my life trying to get to where I’m meant to be on time.