Wilton's Music Hall

Wilton's Music Hall
1 Graces Alley, off Ensign Street, London, E1 8JB
  • Telephone 020 7702 2789
  • Box office times Mon–Fri 5pm–11pm
  • Email
  • Website www.wiltons.org.uk
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Wilton's Music Hall

Wilton's Music Hall is a notable venue in the east of London and re-opened in early 2016 after a major re-furbishment. Alongside continuing its proud music hall tradition, the venue offers a programme of opera, theatre, circus, dance and circus.

Wilton's opened in 1853, and in a turbulent history has suffered fires and many threats of demolition which have been averted, on one occaison with the support of the poet John Betjeman. Spike Milligan was a long term fan.

Events at this venue

There are 10 events at this location

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Form

We have all been bored, trapped in monotony. We have all dreamt of escape. Our minds construct fantastic worlds to break us out of routine, taking us to our own private paradise. But eventually we have to come back. We always have to come back. Form is a non-verbal, physical journey of escape and daydreaming, taking the…

Mon 16 Oct

£8–£15 / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30

The Hot Club Of Jupiter

The band deliver their unique mix of infectious gypsy swing and hot jazz, with songs of middle-class angst and caddish behaviour.

Mon 2 Oct

Free / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:00

JB's Casual Vices

A mish-mash of jazz standards, jukebox R&B, mellifluous country songs and Jamaican rocksteady.

Mon 23 Oct

Free / 020 7702 2789

  • 20:00

Liza Pulman: Liza Sings Streisand

The acclaimed singer and comedienne - one third of the satirical comedy trio Fascinating Aida - celebrates the songs of Barbra Streisand with her six piece band, the Stardust Ensemble. This isn't a covers act - alongside renowned musical director Joseph Atkins, Liza supplies glorious new arrangements and orchestrations of…

Thu 23 Nov

£12.50–£20 / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30

OneTrackMinds

An entertaining cross between Desert Island Discs, The Moth Radio Hour & TED Talks, OneTrackMinds is a live storytelling event which explores the transformative power of music.

Mon 9 Oct

£6–£12 / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30

OperaGlass Works: The Rake's Progress

  • Directed by: Vladimir Jurowski (cond), John Cox
  • Written by: Stravinsky

John Cox directs a revival of Glyndebourne's 1975 production of Stravinsky's moral opera, The Rake's Progress, inspired by English painter William Hogarth's cycle of satirical prints. The story is centred around the supposed hero, Tom Rakewell, performed by Finnish tenor Topi Lehtipuu, who, in true Faustian style, makes a…

Fri 17 Nov

£13–£25 / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30

Sat 18 Nov

£13–£25 / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30

Mon 20 Nov

£13–£25 / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:00
…and 3 more dates until 25 Nov

Royal Opera House: La Tragedie De Carmen

The youthful stars of the Royal Opera House's Jette Parker Young Artists Programme perform Peter Brook's radical reworking of Georges Bizet's opera in an intimate setting.

Fri 3 Nov

£12.50–£30 / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30

Sat 4 Nov

£12.50–£30 / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30

Sun 5 Nov

£12.50–£30 / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30
…and 9 more dates until 14 Nov

The Singing Hypnotist

The Singing Hypnotist uses songs to heal, transform and put you under in a combination of clinical hypnotherapy, stage hypnosis, original music and good old fashioned showbiz.

Thu 9 Nov

£10–£15 / 020 7702 2789

  • 20:00

Tales from the Shed

A collection of tales, songs and fun characters presented as interactive performances.

Thu 9 Nov

£6 (under 6 months free) / 020 7702 2789

Fri 10 Nov

£6 (under 6 months free) / 020 7702 2789

Sat 11 Nov

£6 (under 6 months free) / 020 7702 2789

The Terrible Infants

A collection of twisted short stories by Oliver Lansley and Sam Wyer, with recorded narration from Dame Judi Dench.

Wed 27 Sep

£15–£22.50 / 020 7702 2789

  • 15:00
  • 19:30 – 21:15

Thu 28 Sep

£15–£22.50 / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30 – 21:15

Fri 29 Sep

£15–£22.50 / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30 – 21:15
…and 29 more dates until 28 Oct

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