• Cocktail Menu Launch at Yarn

    Sun, 26 August 2018

    After showcasing a few special gin cocktails before shows in June, Yarn are pleased to launch their brand-new cocktail menu. This exciting new range has been carefully crafted by Bombay Sapphire and include favourites such as Rhubarb gin and Elderflower gin. To celebrate the launch, Yarn are offering £1 off each cocktail on launch night […]

    Yarn


  • Summer Bank Holiday at the Fox & Grapes

    Sun, 26 August 2018

    An evening of live music curated by ‘I’m Not From London’, the perfect way to celebrate the end of summer and the best bank holiday of the year. You don’t have to get up in the morning, so head down to the Fox & Grapes for the proper way to spend a Sunday evening.

    Fox & Grapes


  • Summer Bank Holiday at the Lincolnshire Poacher

    Sun, 26 August 2018

    Is there a better way of spending a bank holiday than with good food, good beer, good music and good company. Now, we can’t guarantee your friends are good company but we can assure you that you’ll get the rest at the Lincolnshire Poacher. They’ll be firing up the BBQ from 6pm, offering 50p off […]

    Lincolnshire Poacher


  • Lady Bay Summer Festival

    Sat, 01 September 2018

    The Lady Bay Summer Festival is back again on September 1st, and as always the Poppy and Pint’s doors are wide open to everyone attending. For those of you that have never been: it’s free and fun, with a proper festival atmosphere ensured by the whole village. They’ll be live music from local bands, lots […]

    Poppy and Pint


  • Sunday Jazz at the Embankment

    Sun, 02 September 2018

    The Embankment’s Sunday afternoon Jazz is becoming increasingly popular. On the first Sunday of every month, the Embankment is taken over with some exquisite jazz for you to enjoy along side the fantastic Sunday roast. On September 2nd, Swing Gitan are back at the Embankment once again to provide the perfect afternoon of music and […]

    The Embankment


  • Vinyl Night at the Bread and Bitter

    Sun, 16 September 2018

    Music fans of Mapperley time to rejoice! Vinyl night at the Bread and Bitter is back once again. From 8pm on Sunday 16th September, bring your prized 7″ or 12″ records down and get 20 minutes unlimited playing time. The Bread are even creating a mini-dancefloor so you can start strutting your stuff to your […]

    Bread and Bitter


  • Sunday Jazz at the Embankment

    Sun, 07 October 2018

    The Embankment’s Sunday afternoon Jazz is becoming increasingly popular. On the first Sunday of every month, the Embankment is taken over with some exquisite jazz for you to enjoy along side the fantastic Sunday roast. On October 7th, the Decent Chaps are back at the Embankment once again to provide the perfect afternoon of music […]

    The Embankment


  • The Owd Boots present Buttons & Bows at the Embankment

    Tue, 23 October 2018

    The Embankment’s resident folk club, The Owd Boots, proudly present Buttons & Bows – over from Ireland for one night only! The influential foursome includes Garry O’briain who plays the mandocello, guitar and piano, Jackie Daly on the accordion, Manus McGuire on the fiddle, and his brother Seamus who plays both the fiddle and viola. […]

    The Embankment


  • Sunday Jazz at the Embankment

    Sun, 04 November 2018

    The Embankment’s Sunday afternoon Jazz is becoming increasingly popular. On the first Sunday of every month, the Embankment is taken over with some exquisite jazz for you to enjoy along side the fantastic Sunday roast. On November 4th, Swing Gitan are back at the Embankment once again to provide the perfect afternoon of music and […]

    The Embankment


  • Sunday Jazz at the Embankment

    Sun, 02 December 2018

    The Embankment’s Sunday afternoon Jazz is becoming increasingly popular. On the first Sunday of every month, the Embankment is taken over with some exquisite jazz for you to enjoy along side the fantastic Sunday roast. On December 2nd, the Decent Chaps are back at the Embankment once again to provide the perfect afternoon of music […]

    The Embankment