The story of Wilton's Music Hall told in song

5th April . 11:30am to 4pm . Drop-in and perfect for for ages 5 to 12.

We're delighted to welcome Paul Rubinstein back to Wilton's for a special day of musical story telling as he takes families on a tour of the building, with songs to illustrate the history of the building and the people who once filled it with life. There will be plenty of fun arts and crafts to keep you busy whilst you wait for the next tour so don't worry if you arrive just too late to catch one. Come and while away an Easter Holiday afternoon with us and learn about John Wilton, his music hall and the stars of his stage.

Tours are for a maximum of ten people and last approximately 20 minutes. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis throughout the day and tours will take place between 11.30am and 4pm. 

Your Guide - Paul Rubinstein

If you came to our Scene in Time weekends in 2014 or 2015, you may have seen Paul Rubinstein at work inspiring local children to perform historic and original songs to illustrate our event themes. He also led pupils from Harry Gosling Primary School in a rousing performance for The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall when they visited us in January. Paul Rubinstein is a musician, storyteller and actor, specialising in delivering creative and educational workshops & performances for children. He runs regular sessions at the National Gallery, Museum of London, Royal Albert Hall and many other arts and heritage centres. His work is child-centred, interactive and aims to bring to life science, history and geography in a way that resonates with families.


Another in our series of free heritage events supported by Heritage Lottery Fund
Supported by:Heritage Lottery Fund
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