There’s nothing sneaky about Stealth. The Nottingham-based nightclub has been revered by Midlands club kids for just over a decade, acting as a radar for the Nottingham dance scene as a whole.
First launched in 2004, Stealth’s music policy has moved with the times. Mostly booking acts from the worlds of drum & bass, garage and grime during the mid-noughties, Stealth has smartly shifted toward the lighter side of dance in recent years, succumbing to the call of the UK house boom since 2010. Filling the gap left by the closing of cult nightclub The Bomb during the mid-'00s, Stealth is also the birthplace of several famous UK club-nights-cum-promo-brands including Dollop, Wigflex and Zleep, with the club packed every weekend thanks to Nottingham’s club-hungry and largely student-based contingent.
Be it students or Nottingham natives, guests to Stealth get to kick it with the very best in UK talent — the club is an essential stop for any UK touring DJ — with recent sets from Mak & Pasteman plus Radio 1 DJ talent, Monki.