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Wilton’s Music Hall



Music/Art/Architecture lovers take note – Wilton’s Music Hall near the iconic Tower Bridge has something for everyone.


It’s the oldest surviving music hall in the world. Wilton’s start as a Sailor’s pub (Hello sailors!) in Victorian times before in became a Methodist Mission before the Blitz of WWII. It is now a venue for theatre productions  and live music with a quirky cocktail bar and in-house cafe.

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What is remarkable about Wilton’s is how many original features of the building are preserved – no polish or smoothing of the rough edges – just old-fashioned charm and a fab place to spend the evening.

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