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Purpose built in 1938, Wolverhampton Civic Halls are Wolverhampton’s centre for entertainment, constituting the Civic Hall (3000 standing capacity), Wulfrun Hall (1138 st. cap.) and Slade Rooms (500 st. cap.)The three venues host a wide spectrum of...more
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Civic Hall North Street, Wolverhampton WV1 1RQ, England
Well?we were big fans of Sarah millican,we decided to get tickets to see her live.We were meant to go to Wolverhampton civic hall,the venue was changed due to building work.Upon arrival we were told that we had to park elsewhere and would be bussed into...More
Went here a week ago to see Black Country Communion, expected a decent view as I had Row A seat 8. Sadly 50% of the stage blocked by the PA which was so close I could touch it - anyone want their hearing ruined for...More
Time for a refurb I think, several lights cable tied to the ceiling and I think they still have the original seats!! The standard over pricing in play at the bars in places like this, £7 for 2 bottles of water and a small hot...More
As a venue parking is good.
Most of the staff were helpful and friendly.
View from balcony seating was excellent but as people started standing in front of you you had to stand to see anything so a waste of money to buy a seat....More
I adore this venue. Yes, it's dated but what do people honestly expect from something built in the 1930s?
I've only ever had a great time at this venue and it's definitely one of my favourites in the country.
My only criticism is the heat....More
Went to see Marilyn Manson a few nights ago, had to move to actually see him, as he was behind the speakers. Got a good view, second song in. Security wasn't the greatest, as there was a young man who kept standing in front of...More
Went to see Marilyn manson but was escorted out before the performance as they accused me of doing something i never did, shocking attitude of security staff, very unprofessional and no manners appalling to say the least
This is the third time I've been to the civic hall to see the mighty Quo and just love the venue . Not large , but big enough for an intimate concert with great view and great sound . Plenty of bars and friendly staff
For anyone who is unsure, Wulfrun Hall is located within the Civic Hall. To locate it, facing the Civic main door, follow the road to the right heading towards the rear of the Civic Hall. There you will find a side entrance door into Wulfrun...More