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Wilton's Music Hall

Justin Audibert has been appointed artistic director of the Unicorn Theatre in London. He will take over the leadership of the children's producing house from...

No panto for Wilton’s this year, though only the most ardent of Roy Hudd fans would begrudge them this sparkling replacement, an adaptation of...

Stravinsky’s neoclassical extravaganza, The Rake’s Progress, plays on the tension between artificiality and sincerity. This elegant and lively inaugural production by OperaGlass Works, a...

Ahead of Barrie Kosky’s new production of Carmen, due at Covent Garden in February, the Royal Opera House’s Jette Parker young artists programme is...

The archive of Wilton's Music Hall, which includes items dating back to 1871, has been acquired by London's Victoria and Albert Museum. The extensive collection...

This is the first time The Terrible Infants has been performed at Wilton’s Music Hall, but it’s difficult to imagine a better fit for...

The National Youth Theatre’s revival of Peter Terson’s 1960s terraces-set musical marks its 50th anniversary. Nick Smurthwaite looks back at the birth of the...

Opera della Luna is unique in specialising in comic opera and operetta, and though it often has stronger material to work with than this...

Wilton’s Music Hall in London has digitised its entire archive, making it available online free of charge. The world’s oldest surviving grand music hall is the...
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