Dressed To Kill - Kiss
20-22 Mount Pleasant, Bilston, Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton, WV14 7LJ
Approx. capacity: 700
The Robin 2 in Bilston is an excellent live music venue with a capacity of 700, and draws appreciative crowds to see some unexpected big names, local bands and tribute acts. At the front of the club, Noddy's Bar - named after the Slade frontman - is an excellent place to meet for a drink before the gig. The Robin provides a refreshing alternative for those who like to listen to good live music at a reasonable price. The Robin 2 is unique in the fact that it is also a hotel. The Robin 2 hotel has been inundated with bookings since it's opening in May 2008. The 500,000 pounds hotel is aimed at giving concert-goers the chance to enjoy a drink and have a bed nearby for convenience. The old building next to the Mount Pleasant music venue was gutted and transformed into the new attraction as part of a 12 week renovation project. The hotel was built during celebrations to mark the 10th anniversary of the music venue. Each of the eight sound-proofed rooms are fitted out with en-suite bathroom, tea and coffee machines and digital televisions.
Bilston Central Tram Link stops close to the venue.
Direction From M6: -At M6 Junction 10, exit onto A454 heading to A463/Wolverhampton/Dudley -Continue on A463/Black Country Route -Go through 2 roundabouts -At Oxford St take the 4th exit onto A41/Oxford St -Continue to follow A41 -Turn right at Mount Pleasant
On site parking - There is a large car park at the rear of the venue. 20-22 Mount Pleasant Bilston Wolverhampton West Midlands WV14 7LJ
Please contact the venue on 01902 401211.
General Access Info
Please contact the venue on 01902 401211.
Doors Open: 7:30PM
14s - 17s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.
More information about Dressed To Kill - Kiss tickets
+ Special guests Gallus Cooper - tribute to Alice Cooper
"You wanted the best, you got the best! The HOTTEST band in the world… KISS!!!"
Those are the words that have always introduced the legendary KISS show…. And those are the words that "Dressed To Kill" live by in their incredibly accurate reconstruction of a KISS show.
Since their formation in 1990, ‘Dressed To Kill’ have gone on to secure themselves honorary titles including "Europe’s #1 KISS Tribute band", "The World’s Longest Running KISS Tribute Band" and perhaps best of all "The Personal Choice Of Gene Simmons"!
Over the years the members have invested thousands of pounds in costumes, custom guitars/drums and stage production in order to live up to the expectations of the fans they call the KISS Army …
It’s all been worth it though as Dressed To Kill have had the honour of touring the world and playing for KISS fans across the globe. From theatres in Scandinavia to arenas in Japan to clubs all over the UK and mainland Europe, Dressed To Kill have played to more KISS fans in more countries than any other KISS tribute act. They have also appeared on both of Gene Simmons' international hit TV shows "Rock School" & "Family Jewels"….. And have had TV features on BBC, Ch4, MTV, VH-1, NHK and many more!
They have shared the stage with KISS members Peter Criss, Eric Singer, Bruce Kulick and Mark St John….. And performed for Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley and even Def Leppard, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and legendary ex-KISS manager/guru Bill Aucoin!
"Alice Cooper" tribute band "Gallus Cooper" have been busy establishing a solid reputation on the U.K. Rock Tribute scene for their accurate renditions of some of rock’s greatest anthems with over the top stage shows and props paying homage to both the Alice Cooper group and Alice solo eras.
The Gallus band draws the material from a wealth of well known hits spanning the AC group from the 1970’s to present day Alice solo hits. At a Gallus Cooper show you’ll hear classics from "School’s Out", "Under My Wheels", "No More, Mr. Nice Guy" and "18" to more recent rock anthems such as "Poison", "Hey Stoopid" and "Bed of Nails".
The show continues to evolve, with more tracks being added and expanding the theatrical aspects of the shows including appearances from "Lady Macbeth" the snake used by "Alice Cooper" himself when touring the U.K, straight jackets, electric chairs, on-stage medics and Nurses making this an unforgettable tribute show.
With recent appearances alongside the UK's premier KISS Tribute, "Dressed To Kill" and playing to crowds of 1300 people headlining the Rock Radio Halloween show in Manchester the future is looking up for the "Gallus Cooper Group"