Time Out says: Walking down Graces Alley towards Wilton's Music Hall is a bit like stepping into another world – or rather back in time to the mid-19th century, when John Wilton opened his concert hall behind the Mahogany Bar pub. read more
The Stage says: Wilton’s Music Hall has officially reopened after a four-year closure, which saw the venue undergo almost £4 million of renovations. The Victorian music hall, which was almost forced to close before investment for urgent repairs was found, has reopened with a full programme including a stage adaptation of the 1973 film The Sting. read more
The Upcoming says: Mayhem, madness and merry-making, both scripted and un-scripted, abound in Mother Goose. The second pantomime to ever grace the stage of Wilton’s Music Hall brims with everything such a show should offer: singing, dancing, slap-stick, puns (so many egg puns), and the odd well-observed quip about the current times and climes. read more




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