The night Nirvana came to Wolverhampton

The autograph of the late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain is among the signatures in the guest book of Wolverhampton's Civic Hall, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary.

The night Nirvana came to Wolverhampton

Ant and DecCelebrities as varied as the late Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain and ex-PM Harold Wilson are among the famous faces to have signed the guest book of Wolverhampton's Civic Hall, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary. TV stars Ant and Dec were still touring pop singers when they signed the book in July 1995. nextpage Moby signature

American dance star Moby was at the peak of his fame following the success of his Play album when he played Wolverhampton in 2000.nextpage

One of the newer acts, indie stars Bloc Party, left this cartoon reminder of their visit.nextpage

West Bromwich Albion fan Frank Skinner could not resist a dig at his side's local rivals when he signed the book in September 1997.nextpage

Prime Minister Harold Wilson put his address as 10 Downing Street when he visited in 1965.nextpage

A doodle by Sophie Ellis-Bextor from January 28, 2003. nextpage

Beverley Knight enjoyed playing her hometown venue in 2005.nextpage

Scissor Sisters autographScissor Sisters' monster message of October 2004. nextpage

Grunge rock legends Nirvana visited on November 6, 1991. Kurt Cobain's autograph is at the bottom of the page. nextpage

McFlyMcFly have been repeat visitors to the Civic since this visit in 2004.

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