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 25 events at this location
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Alan Carr: Yap, Yap, Yap
The camp face of Chatty Man proves his status as the King of bitchy comedy.
Andy Williams Christmas Spectacular starring The Osmonds
Join The Osmonds as they take on Andy Williams' Christmas Spectacular so expect a mix of festive classics and Osmonds hits, featuring the Moon River Band and The Andy Williams Singers & Dancers.
Thu 17 Dec
£34.50 / 0870 320 7000
Vibrant, chaotic and upbeat international folk on a variety of instruments.
Bill Bailey: Limboland
The master of surreality airs his qualms and doubts about the world via a charming blend of religious dubstep, horntallica and an interesting new musical take on Downton Abbey.
The Bootleg Beatles
Re-live the sights and sounds of the 60s with the most established Beatles tribute band.
Liverpudlian indie combo of Britpop vintage (featuring The La's John Power) reform – everyone else is at it, so why not?
After being seen by more than 200 millions viewers on Britain's Got Talent, Oakes' modern take on magic and illusion has seen him travel the world performing.
David Gest: (I've Had) The Time of My Life Tour
Gest hosts a massive night of music with appearances from The Righteous Brothers' Bill Medley, Sheila Ferguson (The Three Degrees), Deniece Williams, The Tymes, Billy Paul and many more.
An Evening With Noel Fielding
First solo live tour from the star of The Mighty Boosh and Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy. Expect a mix of Noel's unique brand of stand up comedy, live animation, music and some of Fielding's best-known TV characters.
Freddie Flintoff: 2nd Innings
The cricketer shares his memories of the historic 2005 Ashes victory for the England team.
Gino D'Acampo: Gino's Italian Escape
The TV chef signs copies of his latest book.
Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse
After working together for 25 years, Harry and Paul are packing up their characters and sketches and taking to the road. Expect Loadsamoney, the Old Gits, Smashie and Nicey, Kevin the teenager and loads more.
A Hello Kitty experience for the whole family.
Jimmy Carr: Funny Business
Acerbic wit and dark, deadpan one-liners from familiar telly face Carr.
Put on your leathers and prepare for a night of classic old school metal as the mighty Priest ride into battle.
Thu 26 Nov
Stand up and songs in Mr Dodd's 'Happiness Show', celebrating over 50 years in the business. Strap yourself in, he could be going for one of his three hour sets …
Perennial crusty favourites influenced by punk and traditional English music.
Androgynous king of the alternative who eats controversy for breakfast and is known to his mum as Brian Hugh Warner.
One of the UK's most influential bands reconvene as a three-piece, minus errant bassist Peter Hook.
English comic actor and TV personality know for his work with Peter Kay and his innuendo laiden presenting on dating show Take Me Out. No likey, no lighty.
Four-piece rock band from Birmingham with a sound akin to the Maccabees and Vampire Weekend.
Roy Chubby Brown
Blue comedy from man branded 'too rude for television'. Never mind the comedy, that patchwork jacket is hardly fit for public consumption.
Sarah Millican: Outsider
You'll know her face from talking about cake and cats on the telly, so here's another chance to see the Millican phenomenon in full flight live on stage. It was Sarah Millican's Not Nice that brought the Geordie lass to the public's attention, after her show won if.comedy's Best Newcomer at the 2008 Edinburgh Festival.
Fri 27 Nov
Tim Vine: Tim Timinee Tim Timinee Tim Tim To You
Puns, prop gags and one-liners from the affable actor and stand-up.