Enjoy theatre and music at the grade II-listed Wilton’s Music Hall, one of London’s most atmospheric venues.
Built in 1859 by John Wilton and refurbished to its former glory in 2015, Wilton’s Music Hall retains a faded glamour that attracts photographers and Instagrammers. Visit the iconic venue to see a show or to simply soak up the atmosphere at the bar.
Where is Wilton’s Music Hall and how can I get there?
Tucked away down a back alley between Wapping and Whitechapel in east London, close to the Tower of London and St Katherine Docks, this hidden gem is just a few minutes’ walk from Tower Hill Tube station and Aldgate East Tube station on the Circle and District lines.
Eating and drinking at Wilton’s Music Hall
Whether you’re seeing a show or not, you can grab a drink or a bite to eat at one of the venue's two bars, the Mahogany and Cocktail bars, which serve seasonal food, including pizzas, salads and bar snacks, and locally-sourced drinks, including craft beers and speciality gins.
What’s on at Wilton’s Music Hall?
Wilton’s Music Hall hosts more than 300 performances and 80 productions every year. Productions are carefully selected to make the most of the unique venue. Find out what’s on at Wilton’s Music Hall.
How can I take a tour of Wilton’s Music Hall?
Take a guided tour of Wilton’s Music Hall with an expert guide to gain an insight into the fascinating history and heritage of the venue. Tours are 50 minutes, followed by a 10-minute Q&A.
What are Wilton's Music Hall's opening times?
The Mahogany Bar is open from 5pm to 11pm, Monday to Saturday, and the Cocktail Bar is open from 6pm to 11pm, Tuesday to Saturday. Opening times for shows vary.
Facilities & Accessibility
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Accessible Bathroom Facilities
- Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
- Accessible Parking Facilities
- Blue badge parking available
- Accessible Venue Facilities
- Assistance dogs welcome
- Attraction Facilities
- Patron toilets
- Catering Facilities