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Fail Better 2020: Che Guevara

16Mar. Mon

A look inside the little green notebook of Che Guevara - the poet that never was.    On 19 October 1967 the world was rocked by the news that Che Guevara, international symbol of ...

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3 Feb. 2020
  • Announcing our Summer season - on sale now!

    Come and join us this Summer when we're celebrating the return of some of our favourite companies and some extraordinary new theatre and music shows. With every ticket in our Summer season £30 ...

Walking to Jerusalem

18Mar. 19 Mar.

Blisters, hope and other facts on the ground. 2017 marked three major anniversaries in the Palestinian struggle: the centenary of the Balfour Declaration, the fiftieth year of Israel’s military...

The Turn of the Screw

25Mar. 4 Apr.

After the great success of their inaugural production of The Rake’s Progress at Wilton’s in 2017, OperaGlass Works returns with The Turn of the Screw. An opera in two acts by Benjamin Britten w...

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H.M.S. Pinafore

15Apr. 9 May.

By W.S. Gilbert & Arthur SullivanThe award-winning team that brought The Pirates of Penzance to Wilton’s take you below deck, where World War II troops set out a distraction from the goings on ...

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