Easter Keg – NOSH @ The Nichols Building
Sheffield's cold snap might feel more like a slap 'round the face, but Easter will soon be upon us. Even if you're too old or too leporiphobia to look forward to the Easter bunny, NOSH at Nichols Building have organised someit a little special for the holiday…
NOSH at The Nichols is the brainchild of Ben Smith, owner of The Hop Box, Andrew Critchett , organiser of Northern Streats and Fish& and Louise Anderson, owner of The Nichols Building. Andrew has been a key foodie player on the festival circuit and owner of streetfood beach hut "Fish&", serving "twisted" fish and chips. Whilst sampling the vintage loveliness of The Nichols Building, Andrew realised that craft, vintage, bands, street food and beer go together like more a jam and bacon sandwich… just us?
Bringing together some of the most exciting and varied streetfood traders from across the North including some of Sheffield home grown talent to tantalise your tastebuds and change your view on streetfood forever. Drinks will be provided by The Hop Box, a specialist mobile bar service serving quality craft beer including The Hop Studio Pilsner, Bradfield Brown Cow and Red Willow Wreckless. An array of live music will provide the music to sway, drink beer and shop vintage to. The lovely people at The Riverside are organising an after-market do with retro drinks offers and music until late. It is a bank holiday weekend, after all.
NOSH hits The Nichols on Thursday 28th March and is kicking off at 5pm. The Nichols Building’s first floor vintage, arts and craft centre will be open until 8pm, and there will be craft and vintage stalls, bands, street food and booze a plenty on the ground floor and courtyard until 10.30pm.
Get white-hot news on NOSH at Nichols Building from their Facebook and @NoshSheff. Tickets for NOSH are £1, available on the door and from The Nichols Building, The Riverside and Shakespeares.