Discounted tickets for staff at EMCC New Years Eve Bash


November 18th, 2022

Nottingham Venues are offering a 10% staff discount to anyone wishing to attend this years New Years Eve Celebration at East Midlands Conference Centre.

You are invited to see in the New Year in style with this 1920s themed evening.

Get set to be transported to the underground world of the Shelby family and enjoy live music, entertainment, and delicious food.

A range of drinks will be served during the evening, including their own special Peaky Blinders cocktail!

So grab your flat cap, glad rags and dancing shoes and be prepared to step back in time….

What to expect on the evening

  • Drinks, canapes and harpist on arrival
  • Delicious four course meal
  • Peaky Blinders themed decorations and cocktails
  • DJ and Dancefloor
  • Fancy dress encouraged

The normal price for this is £89 pp but we will be offering this with a 10% discount

Why not make a night of it with our overnight stay for two package:

Two tickets for the New Years Eve bash plus bed and breakfast in The Orchard Hotel would normally be £299 but again a 10% discount will be applied.

How to book

To book, please contact our events team on 0115 8760900 (option 2) or email events@nottinghamvenues.com stating that you are a staff member (they may wish to see a form of ID to verify).

For more general information about the event, please visit: New Years Eve Party | Nottingham Venues

Christmas at Nottingham Venues

If you are thinking of having a festive get together, Nottingham Venues are offering a number lunch options in Bramleys Bar and Brasserie, Spokes Café and The Trent building.

Prices start from £20.95 for 2 courses and are available Monday-Friday throughout December, subject to availability.

For more information, visit their website Christmas | Nottingham Venues.

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