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New Music Venue Metronome Opening Soon

24 September 18 words: LeftLion

We’ve got some exciting news for all you musical boggers...

Confetti College are opening up a new centre for gigs, spoken word performances and all other matters that deserve a spot on stage. With a capacity of 350 and a fully licensed bar, it’ll be a proper good place to have a few pints and watch local, national and international talent.

After saying some sorrowed goodbyes to some legendary venues recently, we can’t wait to have a new one livening up the streets, especially one embracing the diverse artists we have in our city. From music, and moving image, to video games and spoken word, it seems a whole bunch of things will be featured in the venue’s public programme, with further details now available on their website.

If this place don’t seem bleddy marvellous enough already, then check this, it’s going to have six state-of-the-art recording studios and fourteen fully equipped rehearsal rooms downstairs. That’s enough to make even our lot sound like we can belt out a good tune.

Their first-season programme will include BCUC (Gilles Peterson of BBC 6 Music’s favourite live act of 2017), Japanese Psychedelica from Acid Mothers Temple, award-winning spoken word artists and some very recognisable video game icons.

Founder and Chief Executive of Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies Craig Chettle said:

We’re thrilled to be joining the stellar line-up of venues in Nottingham with our exciting, distinct new centre, Metronome. It’s tempting to just talk about it in terms of being an amazing building with amazing facilities and, of course, it is all of those things, but it’s what happens inside that really matters.”

Metronome will be opening its doors on Huntingdon Street on Monday 1 October.

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