The oldest grand music hall in the world is putting the music very firmly back into the Hall with the world premiere of the Wilton’s Music 4all Festival, 11th May-16th May 2020. Wilton’s is a hub of inspiration for new talent and in May 2020 we are focusing on emerging musical talent.Wilton’s has always been an exceptional place for an audience to hear live music but we have also built up a reputation for world-class musicians performing and recording in the space, such as: Duran Dur...
Written by Daniel ClarksonDirected by Owen LewisPerformed by Rosie Holt and Brendan MurphyTwo actors reimagine the story of how Elizabeth Windsor became Queen Elizabeth II (and recrea...
Announcing our autumn season - now on sale!
‘At Wilton’s this autumn, we are delighted to bring to you a programme of extraordinary theatre and music, which will come alive in our magical building’ Holly Kendrick, Executive ...
Sex, religion, tragedy and triumph...This darkly funny musical folk tale erupts from a shipping container, lifts you by the collar and takes you on a whirlwind exploration of what love actually means ...
Written and performed by Richard Shelton Richard Shelton’s masterful show revealing the man behind the music returns to London following a sell-out premiere season at Crazy Coqs and...
Scrooge. As you’ve never seen her before… 1838, London. Jacob Marley is dead. And so is Ebenezer Scrooge… In our story, Ebenezer died young, but his sister Fan m...
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