Nottingham’s MacLarty Brown Media has scooped up the Royal Television Society Midlands Factual Award for last December's Kanneh-Masons special “A Musical Family Christmas”.
On Thursday 3 November, BBC Introducing brought singer-songwriter and proud Clifton lad, Jake Bugg to Metronome to talk about his incredibly successful career, and offer some worthy insight into the music industry.
On Thursday 12 April, For Frocks Sake took over Metronome with a little live music and a lot of clothes swapping as we did our bit to derobe for the globe.
From Wednesday 11 August to Friday 13 August, the Television Workshop took over Metronome with four performances of their modern-day Macbeth adaptation.
On Tuesday 20 July and Wednesday 21 July, full capacity standing gigs returned to Metronome with not one but two Rough Trade out store events.
On Friday 4 June, Metronome reopened its doors for a live music event with Deco performing a socially distanced gig.
Marta Salogni (Bjork, Bon Iver, M.I.A.) is joining us in a special event, available to the public, to help you improve your mixing skills.
On Friday 13 November, Lemn Sissay MBE delivered a beautiful livestreamed event as part of Nottingham Poetry Festival.
Metronome has been awarded funding as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) to help face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic
On Thursday 30 July, Just The Tonic brought headliners Russell Howard and Ed Byrne to Metronome for a pilot comedy event
On Friday 28 February, OnPoint brought a stellar line-up to Metronome - including Etta Bond - for a night to remember.
On Thursday 27 February, Portico Quartet played at Metronome.
On Wednesday 4 March, BBC Music Introducing brought some incredible up-and-coming music artists and bands to Metronome.
On Tuesday 17 March, the best upcoming bands from Confetti and NTU will go head-to-head as they battle it out to win The Ultimate Battle of the Bands.
Oh Wonder graced the Metronome stage on Wednesday 12 February, performing their new material to a sold-out crowd.
On Thursday 30 January Metronome played host to one of Notts’ favourites, Georgie.
On Monday 27 January, Metronome hosted a Rough Trade out store event - a celebration of the launch of Twin Atlantic's new album, 'Power'.
On Friday 17 January, Metronome were proud to host Rough Trade's album launch for Mura Masa.
The Comet Is Coming visited Metronome on 29 November, and performed an incredible set to a sold out crowd.
Snapped Ankles blew the roof off the Metronome as we entered their curiously exciting world - which saw us transported into the woods.
Paul K Joyce's moving and powerful new work, CELESTIAL featuring the voice of Michael Sheen premieres on Friday 15 November.
We hosted the Circle of Light album launch on Thursday 10 October, offering people the first chance to buy the album and watch contributors perform their tracks live.
As part of the Nottingham Comedy Festival, Rhymes Against Humanity will present an improvised musical at the Metronome on Sunday 3 November
We caught up with Queer Noise Club about how they started up and what their biggest musical influences and interests are.
We caught up with Manu Delago for a quick Q&A while on tour with Björk in Mexico - lucky for us he took time out of his busy schedule.
Comedy has a new home! We're delighted to announce that comedy club, Just The Tonic, has set up residency at Metronome for Saturday nights.
At Glastonbury 2019 there were a few acts who are also performing here in the Autumn. Find out who they are and see them in Nottingham.
Check out what the Nottingham Poetry Festival opening night was like on Friday 26 April through the lens of our camera, with headliner Ian McMillan.
Caroline Bird was one of the five official poets at the 2012 London Olympics and has also been shortlisted for the TS Eliot Prize and The Ted Hughes Award. Read one of her poems 'Mystery Tears'.
We spoke to Stephen Black, aka Sweet Baboo, and experimental jazz musician Paul Jones ahead of their show here on Friday 22 March.