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 14 events at this location

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Carradine's Cockney Sing-A-Long

Join the piano-playing host for an uproarious evening of song in a traditional sing-a-long.

Tue 25 Jul

£6.50–£12 / 020 7702 2789

  • 20:00

Eira

The London-based singer, aka Chloe Davis, performs her pop material.

Mon 21 Aug

Free / 020 7702 2789

  • 20:00

Ida Barr's Artificial Hip-Hop

The artist, played by Olivier Award-winner Christopher Green, mixes old time musical hall with modern hip hop and R&B.

Tue 22 Aug

£12.50–£15 (£10–£12) / 020 7702 2789

  • 20:30

Wed 23 Aug

£12.50–£15 (£10–£12) / 020 7702 2789

  • 20:30

Thu 24 Aug

£12.50–£15 (£10–£12) / 020 7702 2789

  • 20:30

Lady Of The English

A collaboration between Emma Latham and Amanda Lane brings this work-in-progress about King Henry I's daughter Matilda to the stage.

Fri 1 Sep

£5 / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30

Man To Man

Manfred Karge's drama tells the story of Ella; a woman forced to adopt the identity of her dead husband in order to survive in Nazi Germany. Strong language and adult content. Directed by Bruce Guthrie and Scott Graham. A Wales Millennium Centre production

Tue 12 Sep

£15–£25 (£12.50–£22.50) / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:45

Wed 13 Sep

£15–£25 (£12.50–£22.50) / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:45

Thu 14 Sep

£15–£25 (£12.50–£22.50) / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:45
…and 8 more dates until 23 Sep

OneTrackMinds

Everyone has a story about the song that changed their lives. The much beloved music and storytelling evening returns to Wilton's Music Hall! 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.

Tue 8 Aug

£6–£12 / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30 – 22:00

Wed 9 Aug

£6–£12 / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30 – 22:00

Opera Della Luna: The Queen's Lace Handkerchief

Johann Strauss's story of political intrigue, royal adultery, and a bullfight.

Tue 29 Aug

£15–£25 (£12–£18) / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30

Wed 30 Aug

£15–£25 (£12–£18) / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30

Thu 31 Aug

£15–£25 (£12–£18) / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30

Proms At: Wilton's Music Hall

Sian Edwards conducts the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group to perform John Luther Adams's Songbirdsongs, Messiaen's Le Merle Noir, Saunders's Molly's Song 3 and Peter Maxwell Davies's Eight Songs For A Mad King.

Sat 2 Sep

£15 / 020 7702 2789

  • 15:00
  • 19:30

The Salts

The rocking five-piece sea shanty band present a rousing night mixing classics with sea-faring folk compositions. With support from The Broadside Boys.

Wed 26 Jul

£15 / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30

Shirt Tail Stompers

New Orleans and classic jazz by the London-based group.

Mon 7 Aug

Free / 020 7702 2789

  • 20:00

The Spitfire Sisters

The trio performs three-part harmony songs in the style of artists from 1940s.

Thu 10 Aug

£19 (£16.50) / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30

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

Uri Sade

London-based indie folk singer-songwriter with expressive and melancholic tones.

Mon 24 Jul

Free / 020 7702 2789

  • 20:00 – 21:00

Zigger Zagger

A tale of tribalism about the life of Harry Philton, a passionate fan of his local football team, written by Peter Terson in 1960s and now revived. Directed by Juliet Knight.

Wed 6 Sep

£15–£20 (£12.50–£17.50) / 020 7702 2789

  • 19:30

Thu 7 Sep

£15–£20 (£12.50–£17.50) / 020 7702 2789

  • 14:30
  • 19:30

Fri 8 Sep

£15–£20 (£12.50–£17.50) / 020 7702 2789

  • 14:30
  • 19:30

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