Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at the Grand? Or are you interested in the history of the theatre? There are a range of events running throughout the year that will give you more of an insight into the workings of the theatre.


Organise a visit for your group to the Grand this season! Learn all about the working world of theatre and enjoy a private tour of the building, front of house and backstage including the chance to go on the stage. Great for all ages from school parties to adult clubs and societies.

Tours can be tailored to suit the needs of your group and are available throughout the week.

To book your tour contact James Collins, Creative Learning Co-ordinator on 01902 57 33 20 or email jamesc@grandtheatre.co.uk.



Our next public theatre tour will take place on Saturday 27 April at 11am, and will last for approximately 90 minutes.

The tour will cost £10 for adults and £5 for under 16’s. You will have the opportunity to explore the stage, backstage, dressing rooms and Front of House whilst learning about the wonderful history of the theatre in our 125th year.

To book your place on this tour, please CLICK HERE or contact Box Office on 01902 42 92 12.

Please note that there is limited availability so please book now to avoid disappointment.


Our monthly Saturday book club explores a wealth of texts linked to show from the Grand Theatre stage. From classics plays like like A View From A Bridge to celebrity novels by panto stars, our book club enjoys discussing characters, plot and favourite extracts over coffee and cake in our friendly, relaxed environment.

Our next book club meetings are:

MACBETH, William Shakespeare, 1606. (Saturday 16th March 2019)

Grand Readers meet monthly on Saturdays at 11am – 12.30pm, sessions cost £5 including refreshments.

Please contact Box Office on 01902 42 92 12 to book your place.


Learn more about life as a performer, fascinating facts about the show and have your chance to ask the company your questions.

These events take place either in our Spotlight Lounge or on stage and last approximately 20-30 minutes, providing an excellent addition to your understanding of the show.


THE BAND: Thursday 28th February (after evening performance)

THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN: Thursday 21st March (after evening performance)

AVENUE Q: Thursday 13th June (after evening performance)

For more information on post-show Q&A’s please contact James Collins on 01902 57 33 20 at jamesc@grandtheatre.co.uk

Post show talks are open to all ticket holders of the appropriate showings and will take place in the stalls with selected cast members.