Wilton’s Music Hall is a registered
charity whose mission is to sustain the East End building and its unique spirit
with a programme of extraordinary theatre and music, made for all of London and
everyone with a curious imagination.
Since 1859, Wilton’s has been a space for communities to gather, presenting an extraordinary programme of theatre and music in the oldest Grand Music Hall in the world. Collaborating with emerging and established artists, we are proud to share our stage with incredible talent all year-round, driving forward the unique spirit that lies at the heart of this iconic building.
This theatre is a national treasure. It’s a magical and unique space, one which invites theatre makers and audience members alike to think and experience differently. (Cate Blanchett, Vogue December 2020).
As we open our doors and welcome you back into our building after a year like no other, you can help us work towards a more sustainable future for our work and artists. We rely on the support of Individuals, Trusts and Corporates to stay open and by supporting Wilton’s today, you will join a special community of people ensuring Wilton’s can exist for generations to come.
As a registered charity, Wilton’s receives no regular public funding and depend on the generosity of our donors, alongside the income raised from our ticket and bar sales, to keep our doors open. It is thanks to our Friends & Patrons, Trusts and Businesses, alongside support from the DCMS, HM Treasury and Arts Council England: Cultural Recovery Fund and Tower Hamlets, that we can keep presenting world-class theatre and music for all to enjoy and are hugely appreciative of their continued generosity during these difficult times.
There are many ways you can help too – please support now and make a difference.
Find out more below or please contact our Development Manager, Charlotte Cole, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how you can support our work.