Wilton's Music Hall

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  • Address:

    Wilton's Music Hall 1-4 Graces Alley
    off Ensign St
    E1 8JB

  • Venue phone:

    020 7702 2789

  • Venue website:

    wiltons.org.uk

  • Transport:

    Tube: Tower Hill/Aldgate East

  • Map

    1. Wilton's Music Hall
      • 1-4 Graces Alley
        off Ensign St
        E1 8JB
      • 020 7702 2789
      • wiltons.org.uk
      • 51.510613,-0.066938

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Michael Malarkey

Music

Familiar to millions as Enzo from ‘The Vampire Diaries’, Malarkey is a singer-songwriter as well as an actor, and it’s in that first capacity that he appears in London tonight, singing likeable (if slightly mopey) acoustic pop with plenty of heart.

  1. Thu Jan 8 2015
  2. Wilton's Music Hall
  3. £17.50, adv £15, early bird £10
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Mrs Hudson's Christmas Corker

Off-West End, Comedy

  • Rating: 3/5

Who says septuagenarians can’t be on trend? Seventy-nine-year-old comedy veteran Barry Cryer has noticed the Cumberbatch-ushered Sherlock Holmes revival and penned this festive farce with his son Bob and a little help from physical comedy troupe Spymonkey....

Mrs Hudson's Christmas Corker
  1. Tue Dec 30 – Wed Dec 31
  2. Wilton's Music Hall
  3. £20-£35
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New London Chamber Choir: Animals!

Choral, A cappella

  • Critics' choice

New London Chamber Choir directed by Matthew Hamilton brings animals to life in a programme of a cappella works, including Giles Swayne’s ‘The Tiger’, Judith Bingham’s ‘Unpredictable but Providential’ and Banchieri’s ‘Contrapunto Bestiale’.

New London Chamber Choir: Animals!
  1. Fri Jan 30 2015
  2. Wilton's Music Hall
  3. £12.50
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I Am Cuba (Soy Cuba)

Re-issue of Mikhail Kalatozov's anti-American propaganda film, made during the mid-1960s as an endorsement of life under the rule of Fidel Castro. The Cuban leader is represented by the figure of a bearded man, who fights against the Yankee imperiali...

  • Tue Jan 13 2015:

    • 19:30

Le Mepris

Chronicle of the American film industry.

  • Tue Jan 27 2015:

    • 19:30
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    • 19:30
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  • Wed Feb 11 2015:

    • 19:30

5x15 with Mike Figgis and The Gentle Author

Things to do

This series of talks brings together five speakers for each event, each of whom speaks for 15 minutes on their chosen subject. The combinations are often eclectic and always engaging, with familiar names and faces rubbing shoulders with unknown but fascinating...

  1. Wed Jan 21 2015
  2. Wilton's Music Hall
  3. £25, concs £15
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Alan

We went on the WIltons Music Hall tour yesterday to learn more about the building and it's history. Fascinating! We really enjoyed our visit - the half derelict look really adds to it's character. We also made a video of our visit, http://youtu.be/Cr_yU2TgTwI

Drew Simpson

What an amazing place, a living museum in every way! One of the most exciting an vesatile entertainment venues I have ever visited. I often see Wiltons featuring in many films & tv shows - many millions of people have actually seen it without realising that this is no film set, but a real life venue. If in London you MUST visit this place, you will not be disappointed.

Michelle

The most inspiring, soul energising, sensuous place that keeps you coming back for more because you can't quite get enough on one visit. I want to get married here so that I can share this mesmerising venue with everybody love. You can't describe it with words. It is justified only with a visit, it is true love at first sight, and should be shared with those who will appreciate it for it's full worth. Wiltons you are amazing! Keep Wiltons doing what it is great at. Bringing people together, to enjoy the moments that count, in a place that keeps every second sacred. Thank you Wiltons! Xx

F Muniesa

This beautiful, special venue is one of the reasons I love London so much. The oldest surviving music hall, worthy of any backing and funding, literally oozes charm, history and atmosphere.

Suzi

Amazing one off venue that is a hidden gem in London. History in every brick. Should be visited at least once if not many times :-))

Judith Morgan

An absolutely amazing place. So full of history that the walls practically ooze with character. If you go on a Monday you can have a great guided tour and learn even more about it. Go along and support Wilton's fund raising campaign by seeing a show, buying a drink or even wearing a t-shirt ! Because it's worth it !!!

Valerie Nolan

This is a brilliant venue with great food and some amazing eclectic shows. Unfortunately funding is not forthcoming to save this historic building but if every Londoner contributed £1 Wilton's would be saved:)

Barry Card

A wonderful place - brilliant eclectic shows and a great bar. Go on a Monday and book in for a fantastic tour.

Aggie

One of my favourite places, Wilton's is a magical building that makes you feel like you've stepped back in time. Great entertainment, great atmosphere, friendly staff and the best bar in town!

Flekkowich

A true hidden gem of London! With its historie it is the perfect setting for that lunch meeting, the afterwork pint or just to go and experience one of their great shows in the great hall. The tour is a true experience for historie loving geeks!

Heather

There can't be many people left in London who haven't discovered the lovely Wilton's, the world's oldest music-hall and probably the most beautiful. You can see all sorts of amazing things at Wilton's, from grand opera to ping-pong - if you haven't been there yet, what are you waiting for? It's not difficult to get to, and it's not scary, whatever your auntie might think.

Hannah

Absolutely my favourite place in London! Its an amazingly quirky and unique venue with a great bar, friendly staff and wonderfully off the wall events and shows. I would say everyone should visit but then I might not get my usual sofa in the bar

Florence

an absolutely magical venue hidden away in the heart of the east end. An absolute must visit, with a big variety of quirky events including everything from ping pong tournaments to cabaret to classical concerts to theatre. Definitely check it out!

Olga M. P.

One of the most magical hidden places in London. A MUST see. They hold fabulous events year round.

David N.

I enjoyed a wonderful evening at Wilton's Mahogany Bar on a recent trip to London from the U.S. The bar is on the first floor of the building and is a nice spot for live music on nights when Wilton's is not offering a performance in its theater space. The bartenders were friendly and attentive, the beer was cold and the entertainment lively. You can also take advantage of some tables and benches set up outside outside on Graces Alley.