Located in the middle of Nottingham city centre, The Cornerhouse is one of Nottingham's best-loved entertainment venues.
Eating and Drinking at The Cornerhouse
On the ground floor, you’ll find lots of bars with al fresco seating on the pedestrian terraces of Forman Street giving quite a continental almost piazza feel to this area of the city. There are some great brand named bars and restaurants in this area so visit The Cornerhouse listing for further details.
To access the additional floors of the Cornerhouse, you need to head to the entrance which is directly opposite the Royal Concert Hall on South Sherwood Street. A trip inside will easily give you access to the Cinema and Casino as well as a whole wealth of restaurants.
Entertainment at The Cornerhouse
The Corner House is also the perfect destination for a range of activities. Test out your skills at the Lost City Adventure Golf, an 18-hole gold course which includes talking Inca statues. Alternatively, Funstation offers visitors the opportunity to unwind and enjoy a range of activites, from bowling to arcade machines and much more!
Nottingham city centre is fairly compact and you can take a gentle stroll to the Corner House from the Old Market Square. Alternatively, if want to arrive by car, the nearest car park is at Trinity Square between The Cornerhouse and the Victoria Shopping Centre. Finally, the tram is excellent in Nottingham; simply get off at the Royal Centre and walk past the theatre and over the road.
And that’s about all there is to know about The Cornerhouse. Not just a big night out in one place, but with the Theatre and Royal Concert Hall together with outstanding gig venues Rock City and the Rescue Rooms nearby, it makes for a lively start to your big night out.