Wilton's Music Hall


Wilton's Music Hall, London, photographed from the alley in front of the main entrance doors.

Photo: Peter Brown 2015


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Management


Artistic director: Frances Mayhew
Development Director: Kate Bierman

Theatres


Wilton's Music Hall - seats 300

Telephone



Box office: 020 3468 5670

Email


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Location


Address:
1 Graces Alley (off Ensign Street)
London E1 8JB

Council: Tower Hamlets

Region: London

Location map for Wilton's Music Hall

Transport


Tube:
Aldgate East (District, Hammersmith & City)
Tower Hill (District, Circle)
Shadwell (Overground, DLR)

Train:
Fenchurch Street

Buses:

Stop:

The Highway or Wellclose Street


Day no:
100


Night no:
N551

Access information



Wheelchair access

Wheelchair users are welcome, but access is restricted to the ground floor, which means the bar, library room, foyer and auditorium (state that you are a wheelchair user when booking tickets for a show).


Wheelchair access will be extended to other parts of the building once building works are complete.


Current shows


The Box of Delights

Once upon a time, there were two great sorcerers, Ramon Lulli and Arnold of Todi. To decide who was the most powerful, they made a wager. Who could invent the most incredible magical power, never seen before?

Previews from: Friday 30 November 2018
Closes: Saturday 5 January 2019

Upcoming shows


Omid Djalili: Schmuck for a Night

Intelligent, sometimes provocative and always entertaining, his stand-up is a hugely energetic and captivating comedy masterclass.

Previews from: Tuesday 15 January 2019
Closes: Saturday 19 January 2019

Dad's Army Radio Show

Two actors play 25 characters in this brilliant staging of three classic radio episodes based on favourite scripts from the original TV series.

Previews from: Tuesday 22 January 2019
Closes: Saturday 26 January 2019

Christine Bovill's PARIS

With drama, pathos and pizzazz, the show casts a sepia-tinged spotlight on the songs and stories of Jacques Brel, Edith Piaf, Barbara, Juliet Greco, Charles Aznavour and more …

Previews from: Tuesday 29 January 2019
Closes: Saturday 2 February 2019

The Pirates of Penzance

The tale of a child apprenticed to a band of tender-hearted, orphaned pirates was an immediate triumph for Gilbert and Sullivan and remains their most popular and successful work.

Previews from: Wednesday 20 February 2019
Closes: Saturday 16 March 2019

The Shape of the Pain

One woman attempts to articulate her experience of physical pain. Pain with no apparent cause. Also, she's met someone, and they want to make this work.

Previews from: Tuesday 19 March 2019
Closes: Saturday 23 March 2019

Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho

On the eve of a crucial vote, Maggie gets lost in Soho and accidentally becomes a cabaret superstar. Will she change her mind about the homophobic bill before it's too late ...?

Previews from: Tuesday 26 March 2019
Closes: Saturday 30 March 2019

The Tiger Lillies: One Penny Opera

A huge inspiration to Martyn Jacques, The Tiger Lillies founder, the story is presented as a song cycle swarming with highwaymen, thieves, jailors, pimps and prostitutes - a world of greed, crime, poverty, inequality and outrageous comedy.

Previews from: Tuesday 2 April 2019
Closes: Saturday 6 April 2019

Camille O'Sullivan - Cave

Join the world-renowned Irish/French singer story Camille O'Sullivan as she explores the dark and light of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds' music.

Previews from: Tuesday 9 April 2019
Closes: Saturday 13 April 2019


Buy tickets for ...


Buy tickets for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the London Palladium