We're reopening the Wilton's doors and switching on the Wilton's lights once again!
From 19th January to 1st April 2021 we will be presenting a specially-programmed socially distanced season of brilliantly intimate shows at Wilton’s.
With social distancing throughout the building and physically distanced seating, our capacity will only be 109 in the auditorium making the experience even more magical than usual.
Whilst we have been closed we have also installed new customised seating and enhanced the acoustics of the Hall, which will transform your experience of seeing a show with us. All staff and audience members will be required to socially distance around the building and we will make sure that we comply with all current COVID-19 government regulations. Though you’ll still be able to enjoy a drink in our grade II* listed building before the performance, enjoying the magic and majesty of Wilton’s.
Thank you for your support of Wilton’s. We cannot wait to welcome you back to our unique East End building. Reopening at a capacity reduced by 250 seats at each performance means, however, we will do so at a significant financial loss. In spite of this we are reopening so we are able to bring people back into the building: our audiences, our artists and our staff. We want to protect jobs and support performers. For over 160 years Wilton’s has inspired artists and audiences alike and we can only continue to do this by opening our doors for all of London and for everyone with a curious imagination.
So please book a ticket or donate to Wilton’s to support us.
Our Shows in January – March 2021 (click on the show titles to find out more and book tickets)Christine Bovill's Tonight You Belong to Me (19th – 23rd January 2021)
Tom Carradine's London Songbook (26th January)
VERYFINE presents OneTrackMinds (28th January, 12th February, 30th March)
It's SHOWTIME! With Martin, Bisi and Friends (30th January)
Seabright Productions Ltd presents FRIEND (The One with Gunther) (1st – 6th February)
Poet in the City presents Forugh Farrokhzad: The Rebel Poet of Iran and Virgil's Aeneid: Lessons on Fleeing, Hope and Resilience (8th February and 29th March)
Jimmy Jewel presents Dietrich: Natural Duty (9th – 11th February)
Flying Bridge Theatre and Rive Productions presents Horse Country (16th – 20th February)
The Tiger Lillies – Love for Sale (23rd February – 6th March)
Camille O'Sullivan – Live at Wilton's (9th – 13th March)
Opera della Luna presents Curtain Raisers (16th – 20th March)
The Faction presents Medea / Ex-Duchess / Duende (23rd – 27th March)
Latin Rediscovery presents Marlene in Havana (31st March)
The Cabaret House presents The Marilyn Monroe Story (1st April)
With generous support from DCMS, HM Treasury, Arts Council England and Theatres Trust.
Wilton's has been granted the use of Society Of London Theatre & UK Theatre's 'See It Safely' mark. The mark certifies that we are complying with the latest Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, to ensure the safety of our staff and audiences. Find out more here about what Wilton's has put in place ready for your visit, and what you will need to know beforehand.