Part of Royal Theatre, Nottingham Royal Concert Hall is a hugely successful touring venue in the middle of Nottingham city centre. It hosts all kinds of events, including ballet, stand-up comedians, orchestras, West-End musicals, and a wide selection of musical acts. It showcases amazing talent and has done so since it opened with its first gala concert in 1982 of Elton John. With 2,499 seats to fill, it shows just how popular the events they hold are and how aware they are of popular and current demand, whether that be a comedian or a performing artist.
Getting to the venue isn’t tricky – the Royal Centre Tram stop is right outside the Hall and runs every ten minutes until midnight. There are also local and frequent bus links if it’s preferred, or it’s a fifteen minute walk from Nottingham Train Station.
The great location means that if you do want to have to go to one of the restaurants near to Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, you won’t be travelling too much as most are in the city centre and within a short and walkable distance. That being said, we know that often these things are best planned in advance, so to help you we’ve put together a list of restaurants nearby Nottingham Royal Concert Hall that are within a fifteen mile radius. The nearest restaurant to Nottingham Royal Concert Hall is Mogal-E-Azam as it is right behind the Royal Theatre. Not only are you served excellent Indian cuisine, if you’re lucky you might see a star who’s just performed! Other options include restaurants at the Cornerhouse, such as Chiquito or Bella Italia which are just as easy to get to. As well as seeing a great show or artist, you can finish the night off in your favourite restaurant that won’t be too far away!