Wolverhampton Civic Hall
- Box office 0870 320 7000
- Website www.wolvescivic.co.uk
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.
There are 11 events at this location
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Al Murray: Let's Go Backwards Together
A brand new show from everyone's favourite bigoted landlord, Al Murray, star of Happy Hour. Please only cheer at the irony and stay in your house if you actually hate the French.
Bars & Melody
Teenage rapping duo who reached the semi finals of Britain's Got Talent after Simon Cowell pressed a special golden buzzer.
The Catherine Tate Show Live
Comedian and actor Catherine Tate takes her popular BBC sketch show on the road. The Catherine Tate Show Live featuring new sketches and reunites old characters including Nan Taylor, Geordie Georgie and Lauren 'Am I Bovvered' Cooper.
With Patrick Monahan, Becky Brunning and MC Daniel FitzHenry.
The singer-songwriter, who rose to popularity in the 70s, performs his original pop songs from across his career.
Jimmy Carr: The Best of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour
Acerbic wit and dark, deadpan one-liners from familiar telly face Carr.
Sat 3 Dec
£28.50 / 0870 320 7000
Sun 4 Dec
£28.50 / 0870 320 7000
Josh Widdicombe: What Do I Do Now
A new show from Widdicombe, who has been so busy doing everything else (appearing on TV, radio and writing/starring in his own sitcom) that we're surprised he's found the time to write a whole new stand-up tour.
Prof Brian Cox
Professor Brian Cox takes audiences on a journey through space and time.
Romesh Ranganathan & Suzi Ruffell
Razor-sharp observations, sardonic wit and offbeat, innovative storytelling from the two stand-ups.
Romesh Ranganathan: Irrational
In this brand new show, Ranganathan explores the rationality of his worldview and explains why it's everyone else who is wrong.
Return of the legendary Two Tone innovators, sans Jerry Dammers. Thirty years on from their classic single 'Ghost Town', there is even a Conservative government back in power to make us all feel at home.