Located at the busy and vibrant city centre, Curve Theatre is a state - of - the - art theatre. Artists and performers from all over the world engage and perform at the Curve which in turn brings in an international audience. The curve puts in an effort to be versatile and therefore, organise musicals, plays, new work, dance and opera.
One of the magnificent aspects about The Curve is that it was built by the world famous architect, Rafael Vinoly. The auditorium can occupy 350 people, making it an intimate space.
The Racecourse was established in 1773, at the Victoria Park in Leicester. Ten decades later, they moved to Oadby. A few hundred miles away from the city centre, The Leicester Racecourse has hosted some of the most valuable races in the UK, including the ‘Prince of Wales Stakes’ and the ‘Portland Stakes’.
The Racecourse hosts special events such as Ladies Day and the King Richard lll Stakes throughout the year.
The groundcovers 220 acres of fresh and luscious greenery. They now have an event space known as ‘The Kube’, where they host conferences, meetings, events and exhibitions as in when required. The Kube creates a perfect ambience for these events with a view of the beautiful racecourse.
45 Gin School is located in an old retail building in Leicester overlooking the vibrant market - place! One unique aspect about the Gin School is that they offer a unique insight into how to make gin and the entire distilling process. This is what makes them stand out and attract the number of visitors every year.
As we all know, the people of UK really enjoy their Gin and therefore, 45 Gin School makes sure that every visitor is thoroughly satisfied with their respective experiences. The experience lasts for about three hours and it includes - Cocktail and Gin infused Masterclass, Q&A by their professional distille, complementary Burleighs Gin and FeverTree Tonic, choosing and blending botanicals to create your very own unique recipe! And labelling your craft gin creation ready to take home and drink at your own comfort and leisure.