Breathing new life into one of the city’s most iconic buildings, Nottingham’s newest venue, Das Kino is set to open in September.
Work is already well underway to transform what was once The Old Vic on Fletcher Gate into an incredible new space offering premium cocktails, handmade pizza, ping-pong and live music all under one roof.
Drawing influences from iconic German Cinema, the venue will feature reclaimed wood flooring sourced from a local church, bespoke industrial lighting, as well as cinema seating and classic pop art. It will be spread over 3000 sq feet and will boast five ping-pong tables and two large bars.
Adam Sumner, general manager at Das Kino said: “Das Kino has been created by a group of local independent operators keen to offer Nottingham something different.
You’ll be able to enjoy casual after work drinks or a real ale in a beautiful, chilled out environment or if you’re feeling a bit more energetic, you can try your hand at one of our ping-pong tables. The idea is for our customers to enjoy a relaxed and fun night out.”
He added: “The food on offer will be created on site and if you’re having a few drinks with friends in the early hours and you get peckish, you’ll still be able to grab a slice of pizza with us.
“We’ve even got an old 1950s photo booth if you need help remembering what happened the day after.”
Das Kino opens on Saturday 13th September and for more information visit Das Kino on Facebook or follow on Twitter @daskinonotts