Wilton's Music Hall is the world's oldest surviving grand music hall. Opening in 1859, top acts would dash across to the hall after performing at Covent Garden. The Wilton's Music Hall Trust manages the building to this day and hires the venue out as a location for plays, operas, concerts and exhibitions. Unfortunately, years of neglect have taken their toll on the building and the whole of the second floor is boarded up and unsafe for public use. Funds are being raised to meet the cost of a repair project. The target is £4 million.
Productions coming up at the venue include: 'Pirates Of Penzance' , Wilton's magic shows and classical concerts with the Kreutzer Quartet part two.