Antenna and its partner venue, Metronome offer a range of versatile spaces for hosting corporate events, as well as private hire for weddings, parties and other celebrations.
Based in the heart of Nottingham’s Creative Quarter in the city centre, Antenna offers versatile spaces. With a large room and multiple break-out areas, the venue is ideal for product launches, team away days, networking events and talks. It offers co-working spaces, studio and office spaces, meeting rooms, conference facilities, and private hire for functions. A range of meeting rooms are available to book by the hour, half-day or full-day. The studios are a great place for small meetings, team presentations, board meetings or sales pitches; what’s more, Antenna is fully equipped with the best audio and visual tech, and it has its own team of technical experts ready to support you through your event.
As well as being home to Notts TV, Antenna regularly hosts Tech Nottingham and Women in Tech and its regular clients include Speedo, Macildowie, Nottingham Trent University and many more.
Looking to host a staff away day? A digital conference, broadcasting live to your delegates? Or an awards ceremony with the all the glitz and glamour? Just over the road from Antenna, Metronome, which opened its doors in 2018, has quickly become one of the most talked about new event venues in the UK.
You’ll be amazed when you walk through the doors. An immersive space with world-class live events facilities where the technology and people come together to deliver the best live experience of its kind. With unrivalled broadcasting capabilities, it really is like no other, and it’s here in Nottingham.
Metronome has already hosted an array of events, including national esports tournaments; Nottingham Poetry Festival; Notts TV; Nottingham Digital Summit; film premieres; theatre productions with the acclaimed The Television Workshop; stand-up comedy, with Reginal D Hunter, Johnny Vegas, Sara Pascoe and Russell Brand all appearing on stage; countless award ceremonies for the likes of Nottinghamshire Live and The Prince’s Trust, welcoming BAFTA-winning and media giants like Stephen Graham, Shane Meadows and Vicky McClure through its doors. The list goes on.