Historical London music hall re-opens after four years

Date Posted: 04/06/2015

After four years of closure, one of the oldest surviving music halls, Wilton’s, will re-open this autumn, bringing a new oldie back on the list of London theatres.

In September 2015, Wilton’s Music Hall in London will re-open to the public after four years of renovation and launch a new season of theatre, dance, opera and family events.

Wilton’s new season will begin with classic crime thriller The Sting from 9th September to 17th October. Other October theatre productions will include The Magic of the Music Hall Family Weekender and an adaptation of M.R James’ Casting The Runes.

From 10th to 21st November, Wilton’s will host opera l’Ospedale, a medical satire based on the work of seventeenth century poet Antonio Abati. Then, throughout December, the music hall will present its first pantomime Dick Whittington.

Additionally, February 2016 will see the award-winning Mark Bruce Company return to the venue with an adaptation of Homer’s epic poem The Odyssey.

Wilton’s Strike! Dance Festival will also take place on 8th to 14th February showcasing up and coming dance artists.

For more information, visit www.wiltons.org.uk.

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