Whether you’re traveling to Nottdance from elsewhere outside the UK, or you’re local but fancy a bit of a treat, our partner hotels have some great deals for you.

Make a note of the promo code and get a deal with your Nottdance tickets.

Hotel Offer Code Online Bookings Phone Bookings
Harts 10% discount (Bed & Breakfast) RATE10 Enter code in the promo section on the website when making a booking 0115 988 1900
Jury’s Inn 20% discount (Bed & Breakfast)
Only applies to flexible bar rates.
DANCE2019 Enter code in the promo section on the website when making a booking N/A
St James Hotel 15% discount (Room only) NOTT_DANCE Promo code can be added in the offer code box when searching for availability 0115 941 1114
Best Western Plus 10% discount (Off best available rate) NOTTDANCE Only by email: res@bwncc.co.uk 0115 912 8000

You will be able to purchase an event ticket from the tram ticket machines for performances listed below. Do make sure you have a copy of your e-ticket to hand ready to show the tram conductor. Failure to do so will result in a £50 penalty notice.

Travelling to Lakeside Arts
For those watching the following: Where Home Is/BESIDE/A Call to Actions the closest tram stop to Lakeside is University of Nottingham on the Toton Lane/Hucknall line. The stop is outside the venue.

For ticketed events, Tramlink have offered Lakeside visitors a £2.50 ticket. For £2.50, you can buy a return tram ticket from one of the ticket machines you can find at tramstops. All you need is your ticket (or confirmation email) for the Lakeside event/show, then select the event ticket on the tram ticket machine. If asked by a Revenue Protection Officer, all you need to do is to show them your ticket (or confirmation email) to the Lakeside event and your tram ticket.

For more information about Nottingham Lakeside visit their website here.

Travelling to Nottingham Contemporary
For those watching: Softlamp Autonomies/ Slug Horizons/ Thirst /No-How Generator a £2.50 return tram ticket is available for all ticketed events at Nottingham Contemporary.

One of the most dynamic additions to the local art scene, nicknamed “Nottingham’s mini Tate Modern”, Nottingham Contemporary radiates culture. Located just a short walk from both Nottingham train station and Lace Market tram stops, anyone visiting a ticketed event at the venue can take advantage of our £2.50 event ticket.

For more information about the Nottingham Contemporary visit their website here.

For those of you watching Candoco Double Bill enjoy a night out at the Nottingham Playhouse for £2.50 return travel and free park and ride. The Playhouse is in the heart of the city and puts on a wide variety of drama, dance, comedy and of course, the legendary Nottingham Playhouse pantomime. The spacious modernist building-fronted by Anish Kapoor’s “Sky Mirror” is one of the region’s most popular landmarks. The venue is a short walk from the ‘Royal Centre’ tram stop and all ticket holders can travel for £2.50 return.

For more information about the Playhouse, including performance information visit their website here.