’Tis the season to be merry, so why not give that festive spirit a boost by joining It’s Nice That for our Review of the Year party? On Thursday 15 December, you’re invited to join us for pizza from our friends at Yardsale and beers at London Fields Brewery for a good ol’ knees up.
We’ll be celebrating some of the best work created in 2016 to coincide with our series of articles and round-ups on the site that will launch the same day. We’ll be showcasing interviews with creatives and agencies who have created brilliant and inspiring projects throughout the year. So come and help us to launch Review of the Year with a bang.
There’ll be music courtesy of Sugarhouse Records and It’s Nice That’s Resident DJ – there’ll also be live visuals all night long.
To make sure you don’t miss out on the evening of fun, get your free ticket below!
London Fields Brewery
365-366 Warburton St
Supported by Google
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