The Grand Theatre has been at the heart of Wolverhampton’s entertainment scene since 1894, helping families and friends to make memories that last a lifetime.
As well as bringing diverse live entertainment to the stage, as a charitable trust (Registered Charity No: 515154), we also seek to improve our community by putting creativity, education and a passion for the Arts at its heart. We passionately believe that the Arts – and in particular theatre – can have a positive and transformative effect on people’s lives.
We work with schools, community groups and charities to provide inspiring workshops and projects that develop practical skills, enhance wellbeing and can change lives for the better . . . but we can’t do it alone.
Your support and donations help to ensure that we can continue our community work and reach more people from all walks of life.
To support us you can:
For more information on the ways to support us, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For many children pantomime is the spark that lights a lifelong love of theatre.
As a theatre rooted in the local community, we understand that not every child has the opportunity to go to a pantomime, so we’ve made it part of our mission to take pantomime to as many children as we can.
We believe that everyone should be able to enjoy theatre in an environment that is supportive and comfortable for them.
Our free monthly Memory Cafe’s offer those living with dementia an opportunity to experience the magic of live theatre with their loved ones or carers and to interact with people in a similar situation.
As a registered charity (charity no. 515154), the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre improves the community by putting education, creativity and a passion for the arts at its heart. Your donations support the ongoing operation of the Grand Theatre, as well as the fantastic Creative Learning and Access activities we deliver.
By donating £50, you can see your name in the spotlight on a brick in our Encore Lounge. Or you can donate £125 and have a personalised message on a plaque in our historic auditorium. Maximum character length for plaque engravings is 50 characters.
Legendary figures like Charlie Chaplin, Sir Winston Churchill and Marlene Dietrich have all graced our stage, as well as modern sensations like Alexandra Burke, Sir Ian McKellen and Joe Pasquale. By naming a brick, or sponsoring a seat, you too will become part of our rich theatrical heritage.
If the Grand Theatre has played a special part in your life or the life of a loved one, leaving a gift in your Will is one way to leave a legacy and support the future of our Theatre.
For more information, and the type of gifts you can leave, contact Charlotte our Development Manager on email@example.com or call 01902 57 33 20.