Wilton's

Wilton's Podcasts includes a series of recordings inspired by aspects of Wilton's History. Episodes contain interviews with interesting people who have passed through our doors, from actors, directors, musicians and dancers through staff and volunteers to regulars propping up the bar.

  • 21Oct. 2016.

    In conversation with Ty Jeffries

    An intimate little chat between Wilton's Michelle Card and Ty Jeffries, musician, songwriter, actor and creator of Miss Hope Springs.

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    12Aug. 2015.

    Swing

    This episode's theme is all things swing. We start off by hearing about trapeze artist and music hall star, Madame Senyah, who performed at Wilton's in the 1800s followed by Scott Cupit talking about swing dance and his company, Swing Patrol. After the interval we meet 1940s Hollywood dancer Jean Veloz and finish the episode with a back-stage story from our Technician.

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    10Jun. 2015.

    Dystopia

    Featuring interviews with Dmytro Morykit, who wrote and performed a new score for Metropolis to sell-out houses at Wilton's earlier this year, Laura Moody, a cellist who achieved international acclaim as a member of the innovative string quartet, Elysian quartet, and our historian Carole Zeidman who tells us a tale about the lives of some of the people involved with Wilton's in the early 1700s.

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