Nottingham leisure complex bucks retail trend

Charlie Truman

Nottingham leisure complex The Cornerhouse says it is bucking the downward retail trend after posting a 2% increase in footfall during 2018.

Bosses at the venue say that big sing-a-long movies, like ‘A Star Is Born’ and ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ have played a part in the increase, as well as a new influx of students to the city in September, visiting The Cornerhouse for exclusive deals, giveaways and student nights.

Charlie Truman, centre executive at Nottingham’s leading leisure and entertainment complex, The Cornerhouse, said:

“We have had a fantastic year here at The Cornerhouse and it has been noticeable. Demand has been up across the venues and you can really feel a buzz around the centre.

“We have exciting plans for The Cornerhouse in 2019, with new venues and concepts that will add to the centre’s offering, helping us welcome back our loyal customers and see many new ones coming through our doors. These plans are under wraps for now and we can’t wait to share them with everyone!

“In 2019, we expect to see footfall inside the centre increase as more and more punters flock to sample and take advantage of Carl Froch’s Alto and its new and improved outside bar and rooftop terrace – one of the best in Nottingham.”

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