Building Work to start on the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall
The second phase of the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall Nottingham’s Royal Transformation Project will commence on 6 June following on from the changes to the Royal Concert Hall foyer and Box Office last summer. The work will transform the venue in to an all-day destination with improved dining opportunities, better disability access, and further opportunities for community and business use.
An area from the venue to the kerbside, including the Theatre Royal’s Green Room café bar entrance, the Royal Concert Hall main entrance, the paved thoroughfare and the South Sherwood Street layby (please see map below) will not be accessible during the building work.
You will be able to access the Royal Concert Hall via an entrance on the Talbot Street side of the building. The Box Office will be open an hour before the show for ticket collections in the Royal Concert Hall foyer.
Our Box Office counter will be temporarily relocated to the Theatre Royal foyer from Monday 5 June and will be open from Monday to Saturday 9am – 6.30pm so pop in and see us to book your tickets. Online booking via our website will continue as normal. For events in the Royal Concert Hall the Box Office will be open an hour before for ticket collections in the Royal Concert Hall foyer.
From 6 June, customers who would normally use the South Sherwood Street layby to drop off or pick up will be able to use alternative drop off points on Wollaton Street or Talbot Street.
Any enquiries regarding access to either venue during this period should be made to the box office on 0115 989 5555 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The majority of the building work is scheduled to happen during the venue’s quietest period in August and September, ready for completion in early November.