Nottingham nightlife offers visitors everything from cozy pubs to sophisticated nightclubs. There’s a huge variety of places to party and a vibrant music scene.
Check out St James Street for nightlife in Nottingham. It’s lined with pubs, and clubs, and leads on to other areas that have more pubs, and clubs. The age group is mixed and the dress code is smart-casual. For a fun Hen Night, try Bistro Live. Spring for the Premium Package, which includes dinner and a personal waiter. Try The Bell Inn for an older crowd consisting mostly of friendly locals. The Greyhound Pub has live music every Friday and Saturday night, and a Sunday jam session from 2 pm until 5 pm. Tuesday night they have an open mike night, Wednesday night live jazz and Thursdays live music, all without a cover charge. Ye Olde Salutation Inn is a public house dating from around 1240 and a cozy place to have a pint or three!
The Roebuck is three floors and has plenty of seating. It gets busy early with twenty-somethings, then quiets down with an older crowd as the evening wears on. One floor plays 70s and 80s music and has disco balls hanging from the ceiling. The other plays 90s and 00s. Both have lighted dance floors. The Hubb has two rooms; one is a pub, the other a club. It hosts bands that play reggae, soul, funk and dance music. The Pit and Pendulum is a Goth theme club, complete with decorations and a cellar downstairs.
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