The Midlands' premier 700 capacity live concert venue
Selected reviews for this venue:
Poor consideration for audience. A pair of men were allowed to talk animatedly throughout the whole of the support act, and despite several people comnnected with the evening going past them - they did nothing to stop their spoiling the time for others. Food and drink reasonable both in terms of price and quality. Accoustics not very good - too much 50Hz hum.
The Legendary Tony Joe White (12/07/14) - A pity about the venue!
We went to the incredible Tony Jow White at Bilston! (yes - really). The tickets said doors open at 7pm, but the venue insisted 7:30. Then no-one on stage at all until 8:30. A quite talented support act who had really good guitar skills was deeply ruined by a pair of men who thought their animated discussion much more inmportant than the performer. Hadnt even the decency to keep quite when pleasantly asked to do so. Did not even move to the bar to talk and no consideration for others. Support finished at 9:15, then Tony arrived at 9:30. Did a wonderful performance, even impressing the pair to keep quite. However, there seemed to be a lot of feedback fromm the sound system as too much reverberation distorted the wow-wow too much. Between songs it was still possible to hear the 50Hz hum. Tony was great. He and his drummer did an excellent job and performed many of the songs we all loved so well, as well as ones off his new album. A pity he missed out Even Trolls love rock and roll but other than that a really good session. He left and came back for encore of 2 songs, and that was the end. The venue drinks prices were reasonable and the food was OK, but the staff were not really interested in helping the audience, and did nothing to make it a pleasurable experience. I would NOT go back again, having travelled all the way fron Leeds. Tony somewhere else - probably.
The Robin2 venue is quite intimate and you can get up close to the stage if you want to. The accoustics are good and give a warm sound to the music. It is fairly easy to get to and also has great (free) parking at the rear of the building.
Caravan (10/03/14) - Caravan simply brilliant
Saw Caravan again on Friday 7th March at the Robin 2 Wolverhampton.The band were terrific (as usual) and the set they played spanned 40 years. You could really see that the band members were enjoying playing as much as the audience were enjoying watching and listening to them play. Thanks guys a truly memorable night and I look forward to your next tour.
New Model Army (25/11/13) - Wicked!
Amazing gig (again)....after seeing these guys now for around 27 years, for a more mature guy, Justin can still do his thing brilliantly with all the passion, excitement and still he shows love and appreciation for his fans! fantastic!
Address: Wolverhampton Robin 2
28 Mount Pleasant,
Departs every 10 to 30 minutes Monday to Saturday between 06:16 and 23:20 (from 08:48 on Sundays).
Journey time: 10-20 minutes
Cost: Adult single £2.80
Bus no. 900 (sometimes 58A for early buses) departs from the station outside terminal 2, stand K.
Operates from 04:35 (06:59 on Sundays) to 00:35
Journey time: 35 minutes
Cost: Adult single £1.10 (exact fare only, as change will not be given by the driver).
There is a large car park at rear of venue with lockable height barrier. See manager on site and your van(s) will be let in.
Full Disabled Bathroom
Direct Dial Telephone
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Digital Colour TV with Freeview
Power Assisted Doors
Full English Breakfast Included