After an uproarious series of sing-a-long sessions in the Mahogany Bar and a festive spectacular in the hall, our piano-playing host is back. Leading you in a traditional sing-a-long, music includes ditties from the Music Hall era, WWI and II, the West End stage and traditional popular songs from across the decades. It's a good old-fashioned knees-up! For more information: facebook.com/cockneysingalong tomcarradine.co.uk
These tours have been devised by Wilton's researcher and historian and last approximately one hour. Providing a glimpse into the life of the last surviving building of its kind, these tours are perfec...
Through the eyes of a child
As promised, here is Part One of our schools project in which the children tell the story, in their own words, drawings, models and photos, of our building conservation work. Find out what happened wh...
Hear the bassoon as you’ve never heard it before. Bram demonstrates - both musically and verbally - the huge range and multiple colours of his instrument. From Baroque to rock, experimentation i...
Continuing this series of hugely popular dance nights, Swing Patrol are returning with the usual taster class at 7pm, followed by social dancing until 10.30pm. There will be performances by the pr...
The bar will be closed on the following Saturdays due to private hire:- Saturday 23rd May- Saturday 30th May- Saturday 18th July - Saturday 25th July- Saturday 8th ...
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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.