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


We don't have any shows listed.

Upcoming shows


Paul Bunyan

English National Opera visit Wilton's Music Hall for the first time with their first ever staging of Paul Bunyan, Britten's retelling of the legend of the eponymous giant, as part of its ENO Studio Live series.

Previews from: Monday 3 September 2018
Closes: Saturday 8 September 2018

Twelfth Night

The Watermill, renowned for its bold, progressive and collaborative approach to Shakespeare, re-imagines Twelfth Night in the hedonistic 1920s, where prohibition is rife.

Previews from: Wednesday 12 September 2018
Closes: Saturday 22 September 2018

James Graham's Sketching

Twenty-four hours in the life of a city that has 371 people in every square kilometer, where every street and square shelters heroes and villains, emotional turmoil, violent allegiances, adventures, the remarkable and the everyday.

Previews from: Wednesday 26 September 2018
Closes: Saturday 27 October 2018

Not About Heroes

Stephen MacDonald's Fringe winning play about the unique friendship between celebrated World War One poets Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon. They met at Craiglockhart Hospital in 1917, and bonded over a mutual hatred of war and love of poetry.

Previews from: Wednesday 31 October 2018
Closes: Sunday 11 November 2018

BalletBoyz: Young Men

Chronicles the experiences of those sent to fight in The Great War, the BalletBoyz dancers burst from screen onto stage, performing to an evocative and mesmeric score by cult singer/songwriter, Keaton Henson.

Previews from: Tuesday 13 November 2018
Closes: Saturday 17 November 2018

Dietrich - Natural Duty

It is 1942, on the battlefields of North Africa, in a gold sequin gown, Marlene Dietrich takes to the stage to launch her own offensive against the German Reich. For the next three years she would fight the war her way ...

Previews from: Monday 19 November 2018
Closes: Saturday 24 November 2018

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


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