As one of Nottingham’s true hidden gems, we’d love to throw open our doors to you for your celebration, workshop, conference or wedding.
We’ve an abundance of unique spaces to suit all budgets and group sizes – each at home within our beautiful Victorian music hall.
Enjoy your own cosy, tucked-away corner of our beautiful hall.
Seating up to 20 people, the Snug is ideal for smaller celebrations, intimate get-togethers and memorable working lunches.
A flexible space, ideal for creative workshops, events, fairs and exhibitions.
Equipped with craft tables, sinks and it’s own reception area leading to street level.
Celebrate your wedding with the sensational backdrop of our Grade II listed vaulted glass roof – the only venue of its kind in Nottinghamshire.
Ideal for sit-down meals and celebrations, our balcony boasts beautiful natural light from our roof.
The Balcony is accessible step-free.
For gigs, performances, larger celebrations and spectacular meals.
Booking the main Music Hall area gives you direct access to our bar and stage area.
Our meeting spaces are situated in our sub-basement, and are fully-equipped with Super Fast WiFi and high-spec screen and video conferencing.
Get in touch with The Malt Cross today to enquire about your private hire or event.
“We couldn’t have asked for a better venue for our wedding reception than the Malt Cross.
Joel was fantastic to deal with and helped us create a reception that felt less like a stuffy do and more like a party.
The whole process was smooth and enjoyable, with the team helping us create a menu that reflected our tastes, backgrounds and love for local produce, and sage advice on decorations ,timings and seating plans. Nothing was too much trouble.
The team were an absolute delight to work with – no mean feat when they were trying to keep everyone cool, fed and watered on one of the hottest days of the year; so many guests raved about how much they enjoyed the day.
If you are looking for a special venue rooted in history with a great atmosphere and fantastic staff, we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend the Malt Cross.”
Kat and Rob