Metronome Stage

Since its launch in 2018, we’ve enjoyed hosting a wealth of young talent from Nottingham and Confetti as part of our public programme. Head over to the stage to take a look at some of our highlights!

Alfie Sharp

The talented singer-songwriter is no stranger to Confetti or Metronome. Watch Alfie perform one of his songs – ‘Nostalgia’ – during a BBC Introducing in the East Midlands gig.


Bria has made the most of the Do it for Real opportunities given to her whilst studying at Confetti. A regular on BBC Introducing in the East Midlands, here she is performing at Metronome.

Camille Christel

The singer-songwriter has received praise from the likes of Mary Anne Hobbs (BBC Radio 6 Music) for her gentle, experimental and ever-changing music. In 2018, she performed two of her singles, ‘New York’ and ‘Copenhagen’.


After touring with the likes of Jess Glynne and Casey Lowry, slots at Truck Festival (Main Stage) and Y Not Festival, a sold out headline UK tour and performing at the legendary Maida Vale studios for BBC Introducing, Deco are destined for big things in 2021.

Jacob Fowler

The talented singer-songwriter rose to fame in 2020 after starring in The Search on BBC, where the band he was performing in won the chance to tour with Little Mix.

James Burt

Lockdown didn’t stop James Burt releasing his single, ‘Dance in the Rain’, in December 2020. The Music Performance student took to Metronome stage for a live performance, which was streamed on YouTube. The live broadcast reached 1.5k views!

Mollie Ralph

Singer Mollie Ralph has performed at Splendour Festival, Rough Trade and The Bodega to name but a few local music venues. Here’s the soul artist performing live at Metronome.

Nactus Kunan

BBC Introducing in the East Midlands welcomed onto the Metronome stage local band whose arpeggiating synths, luscious strings and pounding disco beats create their own unique sound.


The Rock and Roll band perform ‘75 Trips’ and ‘Greedy for You’ on the Metronome stage as part of BBC Introducing in the East Midlands.

Soft Girls and Boys

The five-piece Psychedelic, Dream Pop, Rock band from Nottingham performed ‘22:22’ and ‘Baby, We All Get Lonely’ as part of BBC Introducing in the East Midlands.