We are a charity and it takes over £2 million each year to sustain our East End building – the oldest Grand Music Hall in the world – and present our programme of extraordinary theatre and music.

With our building closed due to Coronavirus we are more than ever reliant on your support.

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Wilton's receives no regular public funding and are entirely self-sustaining. Thanks to the support from Trusts, Patrons & Friends, and businesses, we can keep presenting world-class theatre and music for all of London and everyone with a curious imagination.   

If you have enjoyed a performance at Wilton's, or if you have visited our unique building, find out about the ways you can support us below. 

If you're interested in hearing more about The Beautiful Word, our campaign to enhance acoustics and seating in the auditorium, please click here.

Become a Member

"Every time I come here, I always leave feeling happier"Wilton’s Friend

From £35 a year become a Friend and receive a 10% discount on food and drink at our bars, priority booking for shows at Wilton's and exclusive event invites.

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Make a Donation

"a place that casts a glow around anything that’s put on there"The Guardian

Whether you're a business, a trust or an individual looking to make a personal contribution, your support enables us to maintain our unique building, present and produce a year-round programme of world-class music and theatre, and deliver our Heritage & Artistic Engagement Programme.

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Our Supporters

Our supporters are a vital part of the Wilton's family. In supporting Wilton's, you are contributing to the life of London. Thank you.

Supporters of the New Seats for Wilton's in 2020 and 2021 can be found here.
  • Aldgate and Allhallows Foundation
  • Alex and Susan de Mont
  • Alex Andrews & Jean Denford
  • Andor Charitable Trust
  • Backstage Trust
  • Barbara Bannister
  • Bernard Sunley Foundation
  • Caroline and Roger Dix
  • Catherine Saunders
  • Chapman Charitable Trust
  • Clyde Cooper
  • Coral Samuel Charitable Trust
  • D'Oyle Carte Charitable Trust
  • David Crook
  • David Ian
  • David Smith & Susan Gostick
  • DCMS, HM Treasury and Arts Council England
  • Deborah and David Owen
  • Dr and Mrs Gayner
  • Financial Times
  • Garfield Weston Foundation
  • Garrick Charitable Trust
  • George & Ann Marsh
  • Harold Hyam Wingate Foundation
  • Helen Hamlyn Trust
  • Heritage of London Trust
  • Ian Salter
  • In appreciation of Sian Richards
  • Inga Beale
  • Jane Fogg & Steve Edge
  • John Lovett
  • John S Cohen Foundation
  • Kate Bonner
  • Kate Olver & Jeremy Young
  • Kerry Noble
  • Kestrelman Trust
  • Kiffer and Allison Weisselberg
  • Lansons
  • Lord and Lady Francis and Nathalie Phillimore
  • Louise Hodges
  • Loveday Charitable Trust
  • Lucille Dean
  • Lynette & Robert Craig
  • Martin Edmunds
  • McKinsey & Company
  • Michael J Dyer JP
  • Mike Kavanagh
  • Mike Shipley & Philip Rudge
  • National Lottery Heritage Emergency Fund
  • Ned & Sue Larking
  • Nidaa Ghazal and Maxime Hennequet
  • Old Possum's Practical Trust
  • Peter & Leslie Macleod-Miller
  • Rev'd David Rogers
  • Rogers Stirk Harbour +Partners Charitable Foundation
  • Royal Victoria Hall Foundation
  • Sarah Mansell & Tim Bouquet
  • Sir David & Lady Suchet
  • Sonia Friedman Productions
  • St George Plc
  • Swire Charitable Trust
  • The Batchworth Trust
  • The Boris Karloff Charitable Trust
  • The Charles Hayward Foundation
  • The Foyle Foundation
  • The Golsoncott Foundation
  • The J P Jacobs Charitable Trust
  • The John and Ruth Howard Charitable Trust
  • The Mackintosh Foundation
  • The Marchus Trust
  • The Noël Coward Foundation
  • The Oakley Charitable Trust
  • The Polonsky Foundation
  • The Theatres Trust
  • The Williams Charitable Trust
  • The Wolfson Foundation
  • Tower Hamlets
  • United Agents
  • Unity Theatre Trust
  • Waitrose
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