Live jazz with a Middle Eastern inspired menu

Jazz club | bar | kitchen

Upcoming events
Thursday
29 July 2021
  • : Renowned trumpeter Bryan Corbett presents an evening of the best of Blue Note era jazz, featuring some of the region's finest musicians
Friday
30 July 2021
  • : A collective of London-based players dedicated to anything that swings; keeping jazz sounding slick, fresh and soaked in the blues. Bechet, Ellington, Fats...
Saturday
31 July 2021
  • : Aydenne Simone is a vocal powerhouse, with deep sensuous velvet tones. Her charisma transports you back to the 50s in "A night that will stay with you forever"
New Tickets Added
Sunday
1 August 2021
  • : Hugh Pascall brings his quartet of leading lights of the UK jazz scene for an afternoon of top drawer jazz
Thursday
5 August 2021
  • : Pat is widely regarded as one of the country's leading jazz guitar players. Tonight's line up features some of their favourite players swinging their way through some classic 50's jazz
Friday
6 August 2021
  • : Fairground jazz folk troubadours - “When The Cloggz play it’s not so much a gig as a musical voyage. The result is mesmerizing”
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Operating a Covid Secure Environment

We are following all the guidelines regarding delivery of all fresh produce and implementing some of our own. These include:

  • Temperature testing staff on arrival for each shift
  • Lateral flow Covid tests for staff each week
  • Thoroughly cleaning and sanitising

We are now open, and operating a socially distanced model following government guidelines. Please see our Covid Safety policy here

why peggys?

 

Independent
Founded by a pianist & a singing chef, based in Nottingham’s Creative Quarter

Ethical
We make our own bread using bio-diverse, Lincolnshire grown wheat, milled in north Nottinghamshire by wind power. Our halloumi cheese is produced by an independent family business from Syria, now based in Yorkshire & is the finest we’ve tasted. All our dishes are prepared using fresh, locally sourced seasonal produce wherever possible. We have many vegan & vegetarian choices…it’s good for you, and utterly delicious! Our takeaway packaging  is recyclable (except the plastic coated lids on the baked rice dishes)

Authentic
Many of our recipes are based on our chef’s childhood experiences growing up in Iran. We’ve just begun to explore the wealth of delights that Middle Eastern cuisine has to offer. 
Our live acts reflect the diversity of the UK and international music scene, showcasing the best jazz, blues, soul, world & folk artists. 

What people are saying about us:

In the last two years Peggys Skylight has fast become a go-to place for music lovers in Nottingham. An artist-led venture, the ambience combined with a delicious food offer and top quality music, gives it a unique and irreplaceable quality to the city. Independent venues such as this are crucial to the arts, not only now, but in ensuring a future for the development and enjoyment of art and culture in the future.

With diversity and inclusion at its heart, Nottingham Arts Mela is proud to work with Peggys, and fully behind any initiative to support the venue through these difficult times.

Sooree Pillay, co-Artistic Director, Nottingham Arts Mela

Peggy’s Skylight is the Ronnie Scott’s of the north! Cut from the same cloth with the same love of the music and attention to detail that has made it an essential venue in any tour. Its that perfect mixture of professionally run venue by musicians who know the music and are invested in the culture they are trying to promote. Like Ronnie’s it has a perfect amphitheatre for the delivery of intimate and meaningful shows with a great sound system and professional backline. They take risks in programming exciting music and engage with much needed cross generational approach to jazz and jazz culture which is essential for the long term development of the music and musicians.

To give you a direct example of how good they are, they help touring bands like myself by opening the venue on a down night, just to help me coordinate a tour around the UK. Respect to them and the scene needs venues like this.

Chip Wickham