Wolverhampton Civic Hall
The 3,000 capacity Civic Hall is part of a complex also including Wulfrun Hall and the Slade Rooms (previously known as the Little Civic), a Grade II listed building.
The hall was built in 1938 and has played host to Morrissey, Mott the Hoople, Ned's Atomic Dustbin, McFly, Morrissey, The Specials and Space, Ken Dodd, Peter Kay and Jim Davidson.
Events at this venue
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The ever-durable Charlies have weathered all kinds of upheaval over the years and but have managed to plod along happily with considerable fan support.
Dave Spikey: Juggling On A Motorbike
The comedian takes a look back at his comedy career which has spanned 30 years.
Dave Spikey: Words Don't Come Easy
Stand-up from that one off of Phoenix Nights, talking about the ways in which the English language can leave us tongue-tied.
David Baddiel: Fame: Not The Musical
It's been a whopping 15 years since David's last stand-up show, so tonight he's exploring the different ways he's perceived: whether it's token Jew, new lad or comedy rock'n'roller.
David Baddiel: My Family: Not The Sitcom
In his follow-up to Fame: Not The Musical, David Baddiel paints an irreverent portrait of family life, memory, ageing, infidelity and gay cats, with a loving focus on his late mother Sarah and dementia-ridden father, Colin. Contains explicit language.
Late 70s LA punk band perhaps best know for their adrenaline fuelled take on 'Banana Splits'.
Ed Byrne: Spoiler Alert
Stand-up comedy from the Mock The Week regular.
Goldie with the Heritage Orchestra
The drum & bass pioneer reworks club tracks with members of the Heritage Orchestra.
Greg Davies: You Magnificent Beast
The enormously tall and slightly manic-eyed comedian you'll know from many a telly panel show and from his terrifying turn as the head of sixth form in The Inbetweeners, Davies returns with a new show of stand-up to follow the likes of Firing Cheeseballs at a Dog and The Back of my Mum's Head.
Henning Wehn: Westphalia Is Not An Option
New show from the German Comedy Ambassador.
Jimmy Carr: The Best of Tour
Acerbic wit and dark, deadpan one-liners from familiar telly face Carr. The 8 Out of 10 Cats presenter has gathered some of his very best jokes, along with some new material and headed out on a mammoth UK tour.
With three decades of experience under his belt, Longthorne, who hails from the days of Live at the Palladium, performs from his vast back catalogue. He's known for his uncanny impersonations of Shirley Bassey, who apparently claims 'Joe can do me better than I can do myself'.
Joel Dommett: LIVE
The young comedy star with a cupboard full of accolades and dreadfully modern hair.
John Bishop: Winging It
Observational humour from the multi-award winning Liverpudlian stand-up.
Jon Richardson: Old Man
Wry observations and pessimistic humour from the 8 out of 10 Cats star, who is starting to feel his age.
Lee Nelson: Serious Joker
Serial sneaker-into-places-he-shouldn't-be, Lee Nelson, returns with a new standup show.
Androgynous king of the alternative who eats controversy for breakfast and is known to his mum as Brian Hugh Warner.
Paul Chowdhry: Live Innit
The Lafta funniest stand-up award winner of 2013 tackles more observational stuff in his latest show.
A live celebration of the life, legacy and music of Prince.
Roy Chubby Brown
Controversial stand-up from the Yorkshire-born veteran.
Russell Brand: Re:Birth
The controversial stand-up embarks on his latest tour, inspired by the birth of daughter.
The auctioneering star of the hit TV show, Storage Hunters, return to his stand-up roots.
Cheery veterans of classic rock.
Purveyors of old school metal and good time heavy blues rock.
Canadian comedian Tom Stade presents his show I Swear: comedy which shows you how to swear properly.