Wolverhampton Grand Theatre reschedules shows postponed due to Covid-19 pandemic

Wolverhampton Grand Theatre has announced rescheduled dates for shows that were postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Wolverhampton Grand Theatre lit up blue to honour the NHS
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre lit up blue to honour the NHS

The Lichfield Street theatre announced last week that it will now remain closed until May 31.

But on Saturday, the theatre revealed it had rescheduled a number of shows which were due to take place during April to dates later this year or in 2021.

Russell Watson – Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Voice is now set to go ahead at the Grand Theatre on Tuesday, September 1, while Rhod Gilbert: The Book of John has been rescheduled for Saturday, July 26.

Lionel – A Tribute to Lionel Richie will return to the theatre on Sunday, August 30. How Sweet It Is – The Greatest Hits of Motown is now scheduled for Thursday, September 3.

In 2021, Peppa Pig will return to the Grand Theatre on Monday, February 15, and Tuesday, February 16, while Harry Redknapp will head to the theatre with his An Audience With show on Thursday, March 25.

And the Sounds of the 70s Live with Johnnie Walker will take place on Wednesday, April 14.

A spokesman for the Grand Theatre said: "We are pleased to announce we have been able to reschedule a number of shows that should have played at the theatre in April."

The Steve Bull Foundation and Wolverhampton Grand Theatre have rescheduled the A Tribute to Italia '90 to Thursday, October 1. The foundation and theatre have joined forces to bring an evening devoted to one of England's most iconic World Cup tournaments. Hosted by Sky's Johnny Phillips, the show will feature Paul Gascoigne, Steve Bull, Peter Shilton, Paul Parker and Dave Beasant.

On Friday, the Grand Theatre announced that smash-hit musical Mamma Mia! would return to the venue between Tuesday, March 2, and Saturday, March 13, 2021. Tickets for Mamma Mia! will go on sale at 10am on Monday, May 11.

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