On the final day of our Hidden Wolverhampton series, which goes behind the scenes of some of the city's historical venues, we take a closer look at the Grand Theatre.
Heritage Open Day sees sites that do not usually open to the public welcome people behind their doors this weekend and video journalist Nicky Butler has spent time at five of Wolverhampton's hidden treasures with a new feature every day this week.
On Monday, we took a look at the Barnhurst Sewage Works, which treats waste from over 1,300 homes across the area, and the next day we visited the city archives, which holds over 30,000 photographs as well as maps, census records and newspapers.
The final stop arrives at the home of the stars with the best seat in town. The Grand Theatre has hosted many big names since it was built in 1894 by Architect Charles J. Phipps.
The Grade II listed building has a seating capacity of 1,200 and has seen many big names in the world of show business along with royalty.
Visit www.heritageopendays.org.uk for bookings.