Concert Hall: City Centre (Theatre Square)
Royal Concert Hall
Theatre Square, Nottingham. NG1 5ND • (0115) 989 5555
The Royal Concert Hall's superb acoustics and modern architectural design continues to attract the world's most well-renowned orchestras, soloists and conductors. Complementing the Hall's programme of international classical concerts is the very best in rock, pop, world music, dance and stand-up comedy.
The Royal Concert Hall opened in 1982. The Hall has a 2,499 seat auditorium on three levels, plus foyer bars, buffet, conference suites and backstage accommodation for over 200 people.
The site of the Royal Concert Hall was previously the old 'Empire Palace of Varieties' designed and built in 1898 by Frank Matcham. The Empire closed for the last time in 1958 and was demolished for road-widening in 1969.
Bar, Food Available.
Free wifi available. No smoking.
See the website for performance times and ticket prices.
Advance booking recommended.
Located to the north of the city centre on the corner of Talbot Street and South Sherwood Street.
Royal Centre NET tram stop: Two minutes walk.
Parking available nearby - payment required.
Royal Concert Hall, Theatre Square, Nottingham. NG1 5ND • (0115) 989 5555
Last Updated Friday 3 April 2020
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