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Curtains

CurtainsGrand Theatre, Wolverhampton

From the Tony Award-winning creators of ‘Cabaret’ and ‘Chicago’, Curtains tells the story of Jessica Cranshaw, star of the new Broadway-bound musical Robbin Hood, who has been murdered on stage on opening night!
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From the Tony Award-winning creators of ‘Cabaret’ and ‘Chicago’, Curtains tells the story of Jessica Cranshaw, star of the new Broadway-bound musical Robbin Hood, who has been murdered on stage on opening night! The entire cast and crew are suspects. Time to call in the local detective, Frank Cioffi, who just happens to be a huge musical theatre fan. With a nose for crime and an ear for music, Frank has his work cut out trying to find the killer whilst giving the show a lifeline.

Detective ‘Frank Cioffi’ will be played by stand-up comedian, writer, actor, radio and television presenter Jason Manford. Jason has many theatre credits to his name including playing ‘Caractacus Potts’ in the UK Tour of “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” and ‘Leo Bloom’ in the UK Tour of “The Producers”. His London theatrical credits include playing ‘Pirelli’ in “Sweeney Todd” at The Adelphi Theatre and ‘Nathan Detroit’ in “Guys and Dolls” at the Royal Albert Hall. In 2017 Jason released his debut album “A Different Stage” which reached Top 10 in the UK Charts. He has toured internationally as a stand-up comedian, and is a popular face on UK television having appeared on programmes including “Live At The Apollo” (BBC One), “Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow” (BBC One), “QI” (BBC Two), “Big Fat Quiz of the Year” (Channel 4) and “8 Out of 10 Cats” (Channel 4). Jason was nominated for Best Actor at the Royal Television Society Awards for his role as ‘Marty’ in the BBC One drama “Ordinary Lies”.

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Venue Details

The Midlands market for live entertainment; the Grand Theatre dishes out a diverse mix of drama, musicals, ballet, opera, concerts, variety shows and much more. Victorian architecture adds to its glamour, making it a luxurious setting enjoyed by both performers and audience members.

The venue dates back to 1894. Designed by renowned architect, Charles J Phipps and built in record time by local builder, Henry Gough, the theatre was a welcomed contribution to Wolverhampton. It opened with a performance of ‘Utopia Limited’, produced by the D’oyly Carte Opera Company, who later showcased ‘The Mikado’ in the 1970s and a special centenary celebratory production in 1994.

This theatre now boasts a suite named after its debut show; ‘Utopia’ sits alongside The Encore Lounge and the Spotlight Lounge in its range of smaller spaces for events. The auditorium is the theatre’s most striking feature, with three tiers to seat 1,200 and an interior adorned in spectacular Victorian fashion.

Many famous faces for all kinds of purposes have used its stage to deliver performances and messages to audiences. Winston Churchill used the theatre during 1909 and David Lloyd George launched his ‘homes fit for heroes’ campaign in 1918. Charlie Chaplin also starred in Sherlock Holmes and Henry Irving made multiple appearances there.

Today, visitors to the Grand can marvel at its decadence, while enjoying a full programme of shows. From large-scale touring productions to smaller-scale solo shows, there is constantly something going on.


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