Capital FM Arena Nottingham is the East Midlands’ premier entertainment venue based in the heart of the vibrant city centre.

With a 10,000 crowd capacity, the Arena showcases the biggest names in music, comedy and sport. The versatile venue has an intimate feel where all visitors are treated to fantastic stage views allowing them to enjoy the ultimate entertainment experience.

Opening as Nottingham Arena back in 2000, the venue has gone from strength over the last decade and is now proud to be working in partnership with the UK’s biggest hit music station – Capital FM. As the newly rebranded Capital FM Arena Nottingham, it continues to attract world class acts and events, making it the region’s first choice for entertainment.

With enviable transport links to Nottingham, the Arena is within easy reach from almost anywhere in the country and when you do arrive you’ll find a city that boast some of the best bars, restaurants, shops and hotels around.

The venue itself is based within the National Ice Centre, the UK’s first twin ice pad facility and centre of excellence for ice sport in the UK. It’s home to many of the country’s brightest young skaters and is the training ground for the GB Speed Skating Squad and the GMB Nottingham Panthers ice hockey team.

Edited by Knapster01 on 18 Apr 2012, 09:08

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