Situated on Goldsmith Street, in the picturesque central part of Nottingham, Rescue Rooms is a popular venue for live music. Featuring a capacity of 450 people, the club became available to music enthusiasts in 2003. Although it has a history of only thirteen years, Rescue Rooms can proudly boast about having hosted the live performances of noteworthy music figures such as The Killers, Ellie Goulding
, La Roux, The Libertines
, Bloc Party, Magnetic Man, Calvin Harris, Echo and the Bunnymen, Crystal Castles
or Kaiser Chiefs
Rescue Rooms is situated right in the heart of Nottingham, so everyone can easily reach it via car, train, tram or bus.
By train and tube: Rescue Rooms is just a 3-minute walk from the Nottingham Trent University Tram Stop and a 15-minute walk from the Nottingham train station.
By bus: the venue is very close to the Talbot Street (Stop Y6) bus station (3-minute walking distance), which serves the routes 80, L7, Localink routes L4, L3, L10 and L14, Orange Line routes 35 and 36, Pink Line routes 28, 30 and 31, W3 and Y36.
By car: Rescue Rooms is very close to the main road A60, so you shouldn’t have any trouble orienting yourself while driving.
International: people who land at the Aeros Nottingham Airport will find it easy to reach the venue, as it only takes 20 minutes to get there by car. An alternative to car rides would be the V2 bus route, which has a stop right near the airport.
The car parking which is closest to the venue is the Q-Park Talbot Street, which is just a 3-minute walk from the club. Inside there are a lot of spots which are exclusively for Blue Badge Holders.
Access for people with special needs
Rescue Rooms is accessible for people with disabilities. Amenities include accessible toilets and wheelchair ramps.