heavy metal legends Motorhead will be taking Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall by storm with a gig there on Thursday, November 17, from 7.30pm.
Formed way back in 1975 by bassist, singer, songrwriter and all-round metal legend Lemmy, Motorhead are regarded one of the most foremost British rock bands of the last four decades.
Their seminal, best-selling albums include the likes of Bomber, Overkill, Ace Of Spades and No Sleep Til Hammersmith.
The recent success of their 35th anniversary tour, plus the release of the critically acclaimed rockumentary Lemmy has seen Motorhead prove that, time and again, they still have plenty of pulling power and are keeping their many fans very happy.
Support on the night comes from Anti-Nowhere League and UK Subs.
Tickets cost £26. Call the box office on 0115 9895555.