Heading into Wolverhampton on a spending spree?. There are loads of shops to lighten your purse with including two indoor shopping centres, the Mander Centre and Wulfrun Centre and the pedestrian-friendly shopping areas, host a mix of national stores and quality independent retailers. The vibrant Indoor and Outdoor Market operates on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday and Craft and Farmers Markets enhance Dudley Street every first Friday of the month.
Music is big in Wolves and there is a number of live music venues; The biggest indoor venue is Wolverhampton Civic Hall, with a standing capacity of 3,000. Second to that is Wulfrun Hall (part of the same complex as the Civic Hall, which is owned and operated by the City Council) which has a standing capacity of just over 1,100. The Civic Halls now have a new venue, The Slade Rooms, this has a capacity of approximately 550 standing. There are also a number of smaller venues with capacities between 100 and 250, the Wolverhampton Varsity being the most long-standing of these. The Little Civic closed and has been replaced by 'Numa Bar'.
The city centre has a wide variety of restaurants, cafés and bars to suit all tastes and pockets.
Whether you are looking for fine dining, a takeaway, coffee-to-go or a leisurely lunch, Wolverhampton has the place for you.....
The city of Wolverhampton is renowned for its nightlife, with 25,000 revellers travelling from miles around each weekend for the abundance of pubs and clubs around the lively Entertainment Quarter.
Venues include a range of nightclubs, wine bars, student-friendly pubs and Wolverhampton city centre also has a wealth of trendy, contemporary bars, many of which have late licences and there is a variety of both traditional and modern pubs.