BRASSED OFF Theatre Tour

Have a blast this summer with an exciting opportunity below.

BRASSED OFF Theatre Tour

You are invited to our sensational BRASSED OFF THEATRE TOUR.


Get to admire the absolute beauty of the Grand Theatre building and learn all about its fascinating history. You will also get to see backstage at the Grand, a place customers rarely get to see, this includes a great opportunity to see the dressing rooms and getting to go on stage to see the BRASSED OFF set. Exciting stuff, as BRASSED OFF is the first in-house production for 40 years.

The tour also includes a private Q&A at 12.30pm in the Spotlight Lounge with BRASSED OFF Producer Tim Colegate and Community Cast Co-ordinator James Collins, for an opportunity to gain insight into the production side of BRASSED OFF.


Date: Saturday 26th August

Time: 11.30am-1pm

Location: The Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton#

First Call member: FREE

Sixteen25 member: FREE

Bring a friend or parent/guardian

Non-member: £5

To book a place call the Grand Theatre Box Office on 01902 42 92 12.

Please Note: Although the tour is free for First Call and Sixteen25 members will still need to book a place.

Due to limited numbers, places for the tour will be sold at first come first served basis.

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Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

Wolverhampton Grand is a long established theatre in the heart of the Midlands. It receives a wide range of major touring productions including drama, musicals, ballet, dance, opera, variety, concerts, children's shows and one of the biggest pantomimes in the UK, with audiences from across the region and beyond taking advantage of excellent transport links to the town. Admired by performers and audiences alike for its intimate three-tiered Victorian auditorium, the Grand celebrated its 120th anniversary in December 2014.The arrival of a new Chief Executive in June 2015 signalled a significant period of change for the Theatre, commencing with the complete remodelling and renovation of the Front of House area, which took place in summer 2016, there was also a full replacement and upgrade of auditorium seating. During the next few years, the Theatre's artistic vision will expand and there will be emphasis given to re-establishing the Theatre's history of producing quality “in house" theatre for the people of Wolverhampton and beyond.

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