Wilton Music Hall

1 Graces Alley, London, E1 8JB

Wiltonís makes for the kind of place to show off the fantasy of London

Wilton Music Hall
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10/10 from 1 user review
Address:1 Graces Alley, London, E1 8JB
Map:See Wilton Music Hall on a map
Telephone:+44 (0) 20 7702 9555
Nearest Station:Aldgate East
Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday 12pm - 11pm
Saturday 5pm - 11pm
Link:www.wiltons.org.uk
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About: 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 theatre, music, comedy, cinema and cabaret.
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What's On

Apr
11
Sat
Pop Up Vintage Fair
Time: 12:00 - 18:00
Admission: £3 per adult, £2 NUS
Location: WIlton's Music Hall, 1 Graces Alley, London
Apr
14
Tue
Wilton's Music Hall
Time: 20.00 - 21.30
Admission: £15
Location: Wiltonís Music Hall, Graces Alley, London
Starts on
Apr
27
Mon
Debussy And His Muse
Time: 19:30 - 20:45
Admission: £15
Location: Wilton's Music Hall, Graces Alley, London
Starts on
May
20
Wed
Anatomy of the Piano
Time: 20.00 - 21.00
Admission: £15
Location: Wilton's Music Hall, Graces Alley, London
Starts on
May
20
Wed
Anatomy of the Piano
Time: 20:00 - 21:00
Admission: £15
Location: Wilton's Music Hall, Graces Alley, London



The Latest User Reviews of Wilton Music Hall

User Rating: 10 / 10
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Mrs I Delbosq, Lincolnshire
Added: May 2014
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Nice to know this old building is being restored,I was 15yrs old 1945 when I first went to The Mahogany Bar (as it was then known as) It was a youth club fir the local children and I lived in Weclose square.Many hours of enjoyment were spent there,being just as the war was ending there was very little for us youngsters to do.I well remember all the activities we had including little 1 act plays sometimes ,it's good to know that people are still enjoying the old building.I am now 83 yrs old very interested to see your Webb site.Thankyou for bringing back the memories.

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