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.
Electric Elizabethans +
- 3 September 2014
David Braid and Sergei Podobedov make up this unique, London-based ensemble, The Braid-Podobedov Duo, which combines the past and future in programmes of Renaissance and Baroque music alongside contemporary works. The two originally teamed up to play jazz as students at the Royal College of Music but decided to turn their attention to the great contrapuntal music of the Renaissance and Baroque periods, combining instruments that blend seamlessly to produce a remarkable tone.
David and Sergei have devised a special programme for this performance at Wilton’s, using their own transcriptions of the music of composers such as Sweelinck, Bach and Byrd together with brand new works by David, composed for the unusual and idiomatic instrumentation of piano and a type of guitar usually associated with jazz.
The Braid-Podobedov Duo have recently appeared at: The Forge, Camden; The Studio at St James Theatre; The Schott Recital Room, St Bride’s Church, Fairfield Hall and many others. Wilton’s is delighted to welcome their unique style of performance to The Chrysalis Club.
£15 table seats, £10 standard seats, £7.50 restricted view