Wilton's

  • Morgan & West:
    Time-Travelling Magicians

Music Hall Monster:
The Insatiable Mr Fred Barnes

2May. 12 May.

Fred Barnes was a famous music hall singer. He fell spectacularly from grace, brought down by a shockingly modern range of addictions: sex, shopping, alcohol, and a need for celebrity. At the pinnacle...

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10 Apr. 2018
  • On Adrienne Rich and Writing about the Difficult World

    Poet Mary Jean Chan explores the poetry of Adrienne Rich, one of the most poignant voices behind the 1960's anti-war, feminist and LGBT rights movements.

Tiger Lillies:
Devil's Fairground

15May. 26 May.

Take a trip into the Devil’s Fairground where temptation and sin await as the Grammy nominated godfathers of alternative cabaret perform from their new album. One of the most provocative and genre-d...

Sancho: An Act of Remembrance

4Jun. 16 Jun.

After an international tour, Paterson Joseph’s new play receives its London premiere at Wilton's Music Hall. Co-directed by Simon Godwin this is the little known story of a man who lived a remarkabl...

Ida Barr:
Granarchist

9Jul. Mon

Ida Barr – the People’s Pensioner and the Queen Mother of our Hearts – is a former music hall singer turned rap star and a Wilton’s favourite. Her brand of Artificial Hip Hop has thrilled list...

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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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