Wilton's Music Hall

Wilton's Music Hall's front door

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.

Venue Type:

Gallery, Heritage site

Opening hours

Opening Hours * Monday - Friday: 12pm - 11pm
Saturday: 5pm - 11pm
Sunday: Closed

Admission charges

Current exhibition and bar are free (other performances vary)

Additional info

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.

Events details are listed below. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all. For events that don't have a specific date see the 'Resources' tab above.
Falstaff by Fulham Opera


  • 23 — 28 May 2016 *on now

Sir John Falstaff spends his days in his local, The Garter Inn, conning and cajoling his mates into emptying their purses to feed his insatiable appetite. On tap today: seducing two local ladies, Meg Page and Alice Ford. Anyone who looks that good is sure to be rich!

The ladies have a rather different idea, creating a delightful mash of sparkling comedy, deceit, retaliation and romance; there is after all a tab to be paid.

Following a riotous reception in 2015, Keel Watson and his cronies are back, bringing the energy and wit of this rip-roaring comedy to life. With sumptuous singing and a Shakespearean plot brought to a perfect, giggling last order, this gem of an opera is a must see!


£23 Standard Seating . £17 Restricted View . £18 Standard Seating Concession . £12 Restricted View Concession



Shakespeare Untold

Shakespeare Untold

  • 31 May — 4 June 2016

The stories you know from the characters you don’t. This family-friendly double bill comes from London's world-renowned venue, Shakespeare’s Globe.

In Romeo Untold, the story of Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet is retold through the eyes of the Capulet Ball's party planner. Titus Untold retells Shakespeare's goriest tragedy, Titus Andronicus, as seen from the kitchen of Titus’s piemaker.

These shows premiered to great critical and popular acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe, and are now touring internationally. Rediscover two Shakespearean classics together in just two hours including an interval.

By Harper Ray and Adam Sibbald
Based on the plays of William Shakespeare

Suitable for

  • 5-6
  • 7-10
  • 11-13


£15 Standard Seating . £12.50 Restricted View . £12.50 Concession/Children (all areas) . £50 Family Ticket for Four People



Babel Festival

Babel Literary Festival Day Events

  • 18 June 2016 11:30am-10:30pm

Let Babel charm you for a day: you will meet great writers and tongue-mixers, hear the unheard and speak in tongues that weren’t yours.

On June 18th Wilton’s Music Hall showcases some of the best living writers from the world over, Aleksandar Hemon, Adam Zagajewski, Ma Jian, Xiaolu Guo, Chloe Aridjis, Philippe Rahmy. But that is not all: Wilton’s welcomes an entire festival. Babel, a festival of literature and translation, creolization, instability, linguistic hospitality and diversities, leaves the steepest versants of the Swiss alps to reach your favorite Music Hall stage.

This unique border-crossing event will bring you voices and languages, worlds and rhythms, as well as cross art-form projects including a special gig by The Pussywarmers, the launch of the web’s first multilingual & typographical literary magazine, a live radio broadcast by radiogwen.ch and other side shows. Plus the after party at Libreria, the event’s official bookshop.


£4 Single Events . £12 Day Pass



Dinosaur Park

Dinosaur Park (The Jurassic Parody)

  • 21 June — 2 July 2016

Welcome to the unlikely setting of Lyme Regis Community Centre, where the Park Family embark on a journey to a misty past. When things go wrong, family feuds are faced with the rapturous roar of DIY dinosaurs.

Superbolt Theatre’s five-star production is an epic adventure of show-stopping, spine-tingling theatrics and megalithic mayhem. Following a sell-out London season at St James Theatre, and an official sell-out status at Edinburgh Fringe 2015, the show returns to the capital for two weeks only!

Just like the film that inspired it, Dinosaur Park is rated PG and is unsuitable for under 8s. Running time 80 minutes plus interval.


£25 Table Seats . £20 Table Seats Concession . £20 Standard Seating . £15 Standard Seating Concession . £15 Restricted View



Wilton's Music Hall
Graces Alley
Greater London
E1 8JB




020 77022789

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