Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
The Royal Concert Hall is located in the heart of Nottingham, easily accessible by train, tram and bus and close to a number of city centre car parks.
A60, A610, A52 and A453 lead into town centre then follow signs for Royal Centre. Theatre Square is located in Nottingham City Centre.
Passenger Drop Off
There is a passenger drop off area for the venue, on South Sherwood Street, NG1 4BY which is locared outside the Royal Concert Hall.
There are three public car parks close to the Royal Centre. They are situated at Talbot Street, Trinity Square and at the Royal Moat House Hotel, just of Wollaton Street. Follow the signs for the city centre and the 'Royal Zone' for public car parks. The nearest car park is Q Park. For maps and information about on-street parking, off-street car parks, park and ride and the blue badge scheme, please visit http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/parkingpermits.
The Royal Concert Hall tram stop is directly outside the venue and trams run until midnight. There are five free Park and Ride sites along the route. Visit www.thetram.net for full details of the tram route timetable. For bus times, visit www.trenbarton.co.uk for buses throughout the Country or www.nctx.co.uk for Nottingham City Transport (NCT). Alternative bus rouites can be found at Traveline at www.travelinemidlands.co.uk. Nottingham Railway Station is a 15 minute walk or a short taxi ride from the venue. You can also hop on the tram at Station Street for a 5 minute journey to the Royal Centre stop. Visit www.eastmidlandstrains.co.uk for train times and fares.
The venue's preferred taxi partner is DG Cars. They can be contacted for free from one of the phones in the Theatre Royal bar or Royal Concert Hall foyer.
All children under 14 years of age, must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over whilst within the venue. Whilst we are happy to offer advice on age recommendations and show content, it is at the descretion of the parent or guardian to decide if a performance is suitable for their child.