Wilton's Music Hall

Wilton’s Music Hall in London has announced its new January to April programme, which will include independent theatre productions, to live music, opera and cabaret.

Included in the season will be 50 hours of improvised comedy in Lord of Thrones, which celebrates the 10th anniversary of the annual Improvathon, a run of improvisation comedy.

The puppet opera, the Depraved Appetite of Tarrare the Freak, by Wattle and Daub, will run with an original score and story.

Wilton’s will also play host to the London transfer of The Watermill Theatre’s new production of Mary Shelley’s gothic tale Frankenstein.

After a run in Edinburgh, the Reduced Shakespeare Company will present Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play.

For those who enjoy dance, Closer: The Devil’s Violin & Burns Night Ceilidh will show, along with Ham and Passion, a dance performance about the Spanish Civil War in the 1950s.

There will also be taster dance classes, such as Step Out with Swing Patrol.

Morgan & West: Parlour Tricks will also set out to impress audiences with magic tricks.

The 2017 London Jam, meanwhile, will be a four night festival from 16th to 19th January, and will include a performance line-up of: Austentatious: An Improvised Jane Austen Novel; The Glenda J Collective and members of The Showstoppers; improv from The Sufferettes; Almost Ibsen; and The Dungeons & Dragons Show.

Additional information about Wilton’s Music Hall

Wilton’s Music Hall is in the heart of London, and is believed to be the oldest grand music hall in the world.

It presents a year round programme of live music and productions, alongside participation work that engages the local community.

Full lists of performances and entertainment can be found at www.wiltons.org.uk