Tucked away between Nottingham’s Old Market Square and the gateway to Hockley, blink and you miss this tiny place. The stage is upstairs, atop a favourite bar for students and music lovers. It’s also the venue for the popular retro nightclub event, Electric Banana.
Due to its small surface area, this venue is for the smaller, up-and-coming bands, although it’s not uncommon for more established artists (Kate Nash, The View, Hard-Fi etc) to road test their new material to a select few here.
Bands reviewed at The Bodega (listed alphabetically):
Amazing Baby / Andy Cairns / The Bots / Brakes / Charlotte Hatherley / Clock Opera / The Crimea / Darwin Deez / Deerhoof / Dinosaur Pile-Up /Dog Is Dead / Eliza and the Bear / Eagulls / Fat White Family / Future of the Left (2012) / Future of the Left (2010) / Fyfe / Gengahr / Hard-Fi / Howling Bells / Kate Nash / Lacey / Marmozets / Micah P. Hinson / MMX / New Faces Tour (Amber Run + Fyfe + Kimberley Anne + Pixel Fix) / Ordinary Boys / Outfit / People on Vacation (with Lacey) / The Preatures / Rolo Tomassi / Ronika / Saint Raymond / The Sheepdogs / Sivu / Skaters / Sky Larkin / The Soft Pack / Stu Larsen / Summer Camp / Tokyo Police Club / Tom Vek / Toy / Vincent Vincent and the Villains / Wave Machines / White Lies / Young Kato
23 Pelham Street,
Box Office: 0845 431 4444
Fax : 0115 941 8438
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