23 MARCH, 5.30pm – 9.00pm
AT NONSUCH THEATRE, NOTTINGHAM
somewhereto_ Hatch A Plan will act as a springboard to help young artists, budding entrepreneurs and anyone with an idea or project in the early stages of development to get inspired. Attendees can network, learn and hear from professionals and peers in a fun and informal one day event.
somewhereto_ Hatch A Plan is a free to attend event on 23 March where we will be taking over Nonsuch Theatre’s N_SAPCE, 32a Clarendon Street, Nottingham, NG1 5JD from 5.30pm – 9.00pm for an exciting evening to develop attendees’ ideas, kick off a new project, start a business or access training and work experience.
16-25 year olds looking for ideas and inspiration on what to do next with their creative skills and talents have the opportunity to attend workshops, talks and skills audits delivered by Mary Baird-Wilcock of The Simplifiers Event Management Company, Nottingham’s Creative Quarter Company, as well as the regional somewhereto_ Team!
There are also roles behind the scenes, which will enable young people to build their event management experience and develop key skills, whilst building valuable networks with others in their local area.
somewhereto_ co-ordinator, Edward Boott, says, “Many young people find it hard to get their idea off the ground and develop their business, sometimes they might not even know their idea has business potential. With a good track record of working in Nottingham, somewhereto_ can connect 16-25 year olds with local business owners, entrepreneurs and like minded peers through events like somewhereto _Hatch A Plan and help with unlocking free space to work and create from when they need it”.
somewhereto_ Hatch A Plan is run by somewhereto_, a UK wide programme which unlocks free space for 16-25 year old creatives and entrepreneurs. The initiative is funded by a £7 million grant from the Big Lottery Fund.
Those interested in attending can register online for a free ticket at www.somewhereto.com/events . For opportunities to help organise the event or further media enquiries please contact [email protected]