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Wilton’s Music Hall hosts first gender fluid kids storytelling hour

Wilton’s Music Hall is to become the first theatre in London to offer a story hour for children told entirely by gender-fluid performers. Tales In Drag, which kicked off in August and will continue over a series of weeks in September, will feature drag kings and queens and performers who challenge our expectations of gender […]

REVIEW: OTHELLO (Wilton’s Music Hall) ★★★★

Previously presented by “Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory”(STF) and the “English Touring Theatre” (ETT) to critical acclaim, this is a modern dress, retelling of Shakespeare’s, dreadfully sad, tragedy. It was written almost exactly a thousand years after the death of Mohammed and the formation of the Muslim religion, but it is even more relevant today, […]


How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying arrives in London next month at Wilton’s Music Hall Joining the already stellar line-up are Olivier-nominated Andrew C Wadsworth starring as big boss JB Biggley, Maisey Bawden as the uncompromising Miss Jones whilst Daniel Graham takes on the role of apathetic and arrogant Bud Frump. Richard Emerson […]


An electrifying new production of Mary Shelley’s gothic tale FRANKENSTEIN plays at Wilton’s Music Hall 7-18 March 2017 . Frankenstein, a young scientist, brings a gruesome body to life. Cast out into a hostile world, Frankenstein’s creature searches for his true identity. But the pain of rejection and a broken promise changes everything. Vengeful, dangerous […]

REVIEW: MOTHER GOOSE (Wilton’s Music Hall) ★★★

Mother Goose may be one of the most traditional pantomines but it must be said that it isn’t one that has stood the test of time. While most theatres are wheeling out the big hitters this time of year such as Cinderella and Snow White, Wilton’s Music Hall picked a tale that is as steeped […]

REVIEW: FLOYD COLLINS (Wilton’s Music Hall) ★★★★★

Floyd Collins is finally back in London for the first time since 1999 and provides a lovely Off-West End treat for any fan of intelligent musical theatre, with heart and soul at its core. This was my first time seeing the show and this production did not disappoint. The show is based on an interesting […]

REVIEW: BRITTEN IN BROOKLYN (Wilton’s Music Hall) ★★

There’s a moment towards the end of Britten in Brooklyn in which Sadie Frost, making her stage comeback as Gypsy Rose Lee, describes how the setting and lifestyle herself and her artistic peers choose to live in is, ‘false…it doesn’t mean anything’. This somehow rings true to this production overall. Set in 1941, Benjamin Britten […]

Rebecca Trehearn has Tea With Wilma chatting about FLOYD COLLINS

You have performed in some amazing shows so far like Dirty Dancing, We Will Rock You, GHOST and most recently Show Boat at the New London Theatre. What have been some of your career highlights so far? Ghost was definitely a highlight for me, both personally and professionally. I felt a deeply personal connection to […]

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