Pre-theatre dinner - Nottingham
There’s no business like show business! Nottingham is home to several playhouses, theatres and concert halls such as the Royal Theatre, Capital FM Arena and the Nottingham Playhouse, just to name a few, giving the city one of the most exciting and varied art scenes imaginable! If you’ve booked tickets to see a show then why not complete your evening with a meal out at one of the fantastic restaurants in Nottingham that run pre and post-theatre menus.
Pre-theatre restaurants in Nottingham offer some of the best value for money menus around! Pre and post-theatre menus are specifically designed to offer diners great food within the limited time frame available before and after a show.
There are loads of restaurants in Nottingham that offer a pre or post-theatre menu but finding these menus can be tricky and take up more time that you have. With Go dine you are able to browse all of the restaurants in Nottingham that run a menu for theatre-goers and choose the one that best suits your budget, taste or location. With so many different cuisines on offer in Nottingham, whatever you are craving, you can rest assured that if that restaurant runs a pre-theatre menu, you will find it right here. In order to do this we have done all the hard work for you collecting menus, photos and offers from the top pre-theatre restaurants in the city centre so you can make an informed decision and select a venue that suits you and the rest of your party.
Pre-theatre menus are not simply reserved for those going to the theatre, so if you’re simply looking to dine in the early evening, most of the menus and offers will be available to you whether you’re watching a show or not.
If you’re not in a rush, why not take a browse through the site where you will be able to see the true extent of the cities culinary scene. From exciting and contemporary restaurants in Nottingham city centre to the trendy Lace Market restaurants finding and booking tables has never been simpler than when you use Go dine.
Did you know? The Sky Mirror, the sculpture by Anish Kapoor which stands outside the Nottingham Playhouse, is nearly 6m in diameter and weighs nearly 10 tonnes.