A theatre which closed after asbestos was found is opening to the public over the weekend.
The theatre's first play opens on 25 September
The 600-seat Wyvern Theatre in Swindon was closed late last year, and had to be cleaned up and restored at a cost of £1.3m.
It is open between 1100 and 1600 BST on Saturday and Sunday for people to have a look around.
The first play - a mystery called The Business of Murder - is scheduled to open on 25 September.
Face painting, a bouncy castle and screenings of a film called A History of the Wyvern Theatre are among the attractions at the open days.
Andrew Hill, director of the theatre, said: "We cannot wait to throw open the doors and welcome people back to the Wyvern."