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Rhod Gilbert at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

Rhod Gilbert tour dates and tickets
Rhod Gilbert is a Welsh comedian, television personality, and radio presenter hailing from Carmarthenshire, West Wales. Born in 1968, he has become one of the country’s favourite comedians, thanks to his stand-up tours and his shows for BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 2.

Rhod Gilbert will be performing 1 event in Wolverhampton on Friday 15th October 2021 at the Grand Theatre.

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Rhod Gilbert in Wolverhampton - Ticket Options

Fri Oct 15 2021 Wolverhampton, UK UK
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Rhod Gilbert the Book of John
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Rhod Gilbert Rescheduled date. The Book Of John tour.
WOLVERHAMPTON, Grand Theatre
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Address: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1DE
Telephone: 01902429212
Venue Capacity: 1200
The Grand Theatre, or The Grand, is an arts and performance venue based on Lichfield Street in Wolverhampton. First opening back in the 1800s, it has gone on to (barely) survive two world wars to continue to serve locals with a place to watch live theatre, operas, dramas, musicals, and everything in between - with the help of some expensive refurbishments!