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Compiled by Dave Massey twitter.com/BrumHour
Please note that due to government instruction productions at this venue from 16th March onwards have been cancelled until at least early June.
Spring and Summer 2020
A hit musical, comedy crime caper and Jason Manford is just ONE of the musicals, thrillers and stage shows arriving on the Wolverhampton Grand stage this spring.
The Russian State Ballet of Siberia (30th January to 1st February)
Featuring Coppelia (30th January), Sleeping Beauty (31st January) and Swan Lake (1st February) The Russian State Ballet of Siberia brings their beautiful performances to Wolverhampton.
The History Boys (7th to 22th February)
The 2004 play by Alan Bennett is presented by Wolverhampton Grand and features Jeffrey Holland fresh from his Wolverhampton Grand Christmas panto role in Dick Whittington.
Get tickets at: grandtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/the-history-boys
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (25th to 29th February)
The huge UK tour visits The Grand with Mark McMullan as Joseph.
The Sound of Music (3rd to 7th March)
Emilie Fleming stars as trainee nun Maria in The Sound of Music, Emilie found tv fame in the BBC search for a Dorothy in Over The Rainbow with Andrew Lancel as Captain Von Trapp.
Tickets here: grandtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/the-sound-of-music
SIX (10th to 14th March)
The story of the six wives of Henry VIII become a full concert told in their own voices. Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded and survived.
See the SIX here: grandtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/six
On Your Feet! (Cancelled)
The life of Gloria Estefan and her husband Emilio is now a musical with Gloria’s extensive discography becoming the soundtrack to their life.
Blood Brothers (Cancelled)
The final tour featuring Lyn Paul as Mrs. Johnstone. The iconic Blood Brothers arrives on the Wolverhampton stage.
Part comedy, part musical, part crime mystery, Curtains set in a Boston theatre which becomes the centre of a murder investigation. However, the show must go on! Starring Jason Manford with Ore Oduba and Carly Stenson
Get tickets here: grandtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/curtains
The Kite Runner (Cancelled)
Khaled Hosseini’s international bestselling novel comes to the stage in this quite violent, haunting and ultimately inspiring play.
Book tickets here: grandtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/the-kite-runner
Come and have the time of your life with this amateur production of Flashdance.
Get tickets here: grandtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/flashdance
The Mousetrap (Cancelled)
Suspect everyone in this long running murder mystery set in a countryside hotel.
Book tickets here: grandtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/the-mousetrap
Wolverhampton Grand says:
Stanley Yelnats can’t catch a break. Born into a family cursed with bad luck, it comes as no surprise when he finds himself accused of a crime he didn’t commit.
Sent to a labour camp as punishment, he is tasked with digging one hole, five foot wide by five foot deep, every day. He’s told it is to build ‘character’.
Book tickets here: grandtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/holes
Thriller Live (2nd to 6th June)
The concert experience comes directly from the West End stage.
9 to 5 The Musical (9th to 13th June)
This hugely successful tour visits the Grand this Summer and will get everyone dancing in the theatre.
Get tickets here: grandtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/9-to-5-the-musical
Everybody’s talking about Jamie (Moved to 26th to 30th January 2021)
Layton Williams and Shane Richie both reprise their roles from the critically acclaimed West End production about Jamie who knows he doesn’t quite fit in.
Get tickets here: grandtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/everybodys-talking-about-jamie
Million Dollar Quartet (30th June to 4th July)
Wolverhampton Grand says:
Don’t miss your chance to discover the true story of one unforgettable night that made rock’n’roll history!
Book tickets here: grandtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/million-dollar-quartet
Dial M for Murder (14th to 18th July)
The classic story Dial M for Murder with Tom Chambers leading the cast.
Get tickets here: grandtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/dial-m-for-murder
Derren Brown – Showman (21st to 25th July)
There are very few tickets left for Derren Brown‘s Showman which is his first new theatre show in five years.
Find tickets here: grandtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/derren-brown-showman
Bang Bang (Moved to 26th to 29th August)
John Cleese doesn’t star in this farce he has written based on Georges Feydeau’s Monsieur Chasse which does star Tessa Peake-Jones, Tony Gardner and Wendi Peters.
Tickets here: grandtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/bang-bang
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre is less than five minutes walk from Wolverhampton Railway Station. Find out more about accessing the theatre if you have any additional requirements here: grandtheatre.co.uk/plan-your-visit/box-office/access-information