Grand Theatre - A long established theatre in the heart of the Midlands, The Grand 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. Admired by performers and audiences alike for its intimate three-tiered Victorian auditorium, the Grand celebrated its 120th anniversary in December 2014.
Robin 2 - The Midlands’ premiere 700 capacity live concert venue. Situated in the heart of the Black Country at 20 - 28 Mount Pleasant, Bilston, Wolverhampton WV14 7LJ. Booking office: 01902 401211. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Light House - The Black Country’s only independent cinema has two screens, three galleries and a café bar within the iconic Victorian architecture of The Chubb Buildings. The Light House is the venue on the second Tuesday of each month for City Voices, set up in 2002 by Simon Fletcher, to give local writers a space in which to share their work with others in front of an appreciative and welcoming audience.
Arena Theatre - A friendly 150 seat venue in the heart of Wolverhampton, providing innovative theatre experiences for everyone.
Newhampton Arts Centre - A creative hub that nurtures new talent and ideas. With a wide range of facilities, the NAC offers opportunities to enjoy and engage in the arts and supports thirty resident organisations.
Wolverhampton Racecourse - The last surviving racecourse in the West Midlands is at Dunstall Park Lodge, Gorsebrook Road, Wolverhampton WV6 0PE. Britain’s first floodlit racecourse, it hosts around 100 meetings a year. There are bars, restaurants, and a busy conference and exhibition centre. The course also has its own hotel, the Holiday Inn Garden Court. General enquiries & ticket sales tel: 01902 390000. Racecourse history
Wolverhampton Civic and Historical Society - Celebrating local history!
’N Between Times - Keith Farley’s history of the Wolverhampton group scene during the 1960s.
Black Country Society - Enthusiasts publish books and magazines and have varied events throughout the year.