Wilton's

Building closed

Free Event
24Jul. Mon

We are closed to the public on Monday 24th July

News

13 Jul. 2017
  • A Very Special Centenary

    On 6 April 1917, US President Woodrow Wilson abandoned neutrality to join Britain and its allies at war with Germany. The following day, George M Cohan wrote a song titled ‘Over There’. It took ...

Songs from the Sea

26Jul. Wed

Rocking five piece sea shanty band The Salts present a rousing night mixing classics with original sea-faring folk with special guests, The Broadside Boys. Brace yourselves, m'hearties, to join i...

Pop Up Vintage Fairs London

27Jul. Thu

Wilton’s Music Hall will be transformed into a vintage paradise, brimming with an eclectic mix of vintage fashion and exquisite vintage jewellery and accessories, alongside mid-century homeware, ant...

Building closed

Free Event
28Jul. 29 Jul.

We are closed to the public on Friday 28th and Saturday 29th July due to a private hire

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      Wilton's is the world's oldest surviving Grand Music Hall. Over 300 years it's evolved from Victorian sailors' pub to music hall, Methodist Mission to rag warehouse, eventually falling derelict before reopening as the exciting venue it is today.

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