Wilton's Music Hall
Wilton's Music Hall
Wilton's is the world's last surviving Grand Music Hall and London's best kept secret. This stunning and atmospheric building is led by Frances Mayhew and produces an exciting programme of imaginative, diverse and distinct entertainment including exhibitions, theatre, music, comedy, cinema and cabaret.
Gallery, Heritage site
Opening Hours * Monday - Friday: 12pm - 11pm
Saturday: 5pm - 11pm
Current exhibition and bar are free (other performances vary)
The main auditorium is currently being repaired (due to finish in February 2013) but the bar and front of house areas are still open with a variety of entertainment. We regret to say that the upstairs of the bar, where some events take place, is not wheelchair accessible.
Animals and children are welcome.
Scene in Time – Wilton’s & the River
- 11 — 12 October 2014 10am-8pm
Wilton's is collaborating with local community groups and organisations, including The Museum of London Docklands, Wapping History Trust and the Thames River Police to bring you a full weekend of activities and attractions on the theme of Wilton’s & the River.
This year marks the 125th anniversary of the London Dock Strike and to mark the occasion we will have exhibitions, stalls, walks and talks, films, song and dance, dramatisations and re-enactments as well as plenty of food and drink stalls to keep you fuelled.
- Any age
Listen, We're Family
- 14 — 25 October 2014
- 18 — 19 October 2014 2:30-4:30pm
- 25 October 2014 2:30-4:30pm
This extraordinary collection of true tales reveals Jewish Londoners in the grip of bitter feuds and hilarious crossed wires, as ordinary family life lurches from outrageous farce to tragic violence. Using verbatim accounts, four actors bring to life a gallery of real characters with amazing honesty and authenticity.
- a 91-year-old barber remembers a racist punch-up
- a gay Israeli man finds happiness in London
- a woman in her 80’s recalls dangerous street games
- an Orthodox Rabbi recounts the liberation of Belsen
- and hear how a 1970s Medallion Man set up a suburban spanking club
By transferring from Wilton’s in the heart of the East End to JW3 on the Finchley Rd, this production mirrors the journey of London's Jewish community from immigrant poverty to suburban assimilation.
- Family friendly
£16.50 full price, £12.50 concessions