Roll up, roll up, and get a slice of classic British stag party entertainment down your cakehole! A night at the dogs is an epic way to spend a Saturday, and if you're bringing the chaps to Nottingham we're got just the spot.
You get everything you need for a right royal night out: a pie and pea supper, a couple of free bets and a drink, plus a race card so you can study form and pretend you know what you're talking about! All that's missing is a flat cap and a camelhair overcoat.
We reckon a stag party works best when you split it up into chunks. Some of it's for hardcore partying, some is for adrenaline activities and fresh air, and some is for doing something completely different. After a massive evening in Hockley or going round the Lace Market, followed by an afternoon doing crazy stuff in Nottinghamshire's epic countryside, you've only got one thing left to tick off the list!
Whoever coined the phrase 'going to the dogs' as a bad thing obviously never went for a night at the greyhound races! This quintessentially British night out is a belter of a stag weekend centrepiece and a quality way to spend some time with the chaps. Pints in plastic glasses, chips in a basket and 90s fancy dress is the way forward. Recreate the Parklife album cover and rediscover your salad days. Sorted.
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