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Pocket Guide: Nottingham Nottingham Playhouse Hotels

A trip to Nottingham wouldn’t be complete without visiting the Nottingham Playhouse. A world-class theatre, it hosts professional theatre productions, comedy gigs, music concerts and spectacular dance shows. With plenty of accommodation nearby, ranging from boutique B&Bs to contemporary hotels, your evening at the Nottingham Playhouse can be as convenient as it is entertaining.

Theatre Nights and Days: B&Bs near the Nottingham Playhouse

Visiting the Nottingham Playhouse isn’t exclusively an evening event; the theatre often holds a number of workshops throughout the day and the majority of family shows have an afternoon matinee, so younger theatre-goers don’t have to miss out. For those who simply want to catch a show in the evening, B&Bs are an excellent choice of accommodation, giving guests free reign to see what they want, without worrying about meal times. Staying in a B&B doesn’t mean a compromise on quality; those such as The Hollies and Brecks Cottage offer superb accommodation and the kind of attention to detail you expect from a luxury hotel.

Hotels for Added Convenience

However, there are some excellent hotels near the Nottingham Playhouse. While the theatre has its own restaurant and café, many hotels in the area have their own, allowing guests to enjoy a pre-show dinner in stylish surroundings, without having to rush things. Many of these restaurants, such as the one found at the Kelham House Hotel, rival some of the finest dining establishments in the area for sheer quality and service.

Theatre and Festivals for Everyone

If theatre is your thing, there are others worth visiting in the city, such as the Theatre Royal. Here, you’re more likely to see big spectacles, rather than straight plays and, with its own Concert Hall, it often plays host to some big-name bands. For smaller-scale productions, the Nottingham Arts Centre is a vibrant venue, while those with an interest in the amateur scene should definitely pay a visit to the Lace Market Theatre. For 10 days in late May to early June, the Nottingham European Arts and Theatre Festival virtually transforms the city into a carnival of eclectic entertainment. Hotels sell fast during this event so, if you want to attend, it’s worth booking your hotel in Nottingham in advance.

The Nottingham Playhouse offers a superb night out and, with plenty of superb accommodation nearby, you’ll have easy access to other attractions in the area.

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