The music hall’s upcoming season will include visits from the BBC Proms, Les Enfants Terribles and London Premiere of Man to Man.
Wilton’s Music Hall’s new season will open on the 1st August with screenings of the classic Metropolis, accompanied by pianist and composer Dmytro Morykit who will be performing his score. The screenings celebrate the film’s 90th anniversary, set to be enjoyed by fans of the film and classical music lovers.
The season will then be followed by the return of One Track Minds (8 and 9 August, 9 October), which will feature a variety of guests discussing the songs that changed their lives. Described as being a combination of Desert Island Discs, The Moth Radio Hour & TED Talks , this special event explores the transformative powers of music.
For those who want to add a bit of sassiness to their lives should visit Wilton’s Music Hall on the 10th August when the Spitfire Sisters and their live band fill Wilton’s with their retro sound, featuring a mixture of music from the 40’s and original music from their self-penned album Put Your Phone Away.
The BBC Proms takes over the music hall on the 2nd September, with performances featuring Conductor Sian Edwards and the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, join young British soloists Jennifer France and Marcus Farnsworth in a celebration of birdsong, with performances of Pulitzer Prize-winning American composer John Luther Adams’ songbirdsongs and Peter Maxwell Davies’ Eight Songs for a Mad King.
From the 12th until the 23rd September, Manfred Karge’s Man to Man comes to Wilton’s for an exclusive London run, following on from its critically acclaimed set of shows at the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Les Enfants Terribles will take up residency at the hall from the 27th September, with its 10th year anniversary of the company’s award-winning The Terrible Infants which features brand new material.
Other highlights of the newly announced programme includes, Georges Bizet’s classic La Tragédie de Carmen (3 – 14 November), OperaGlass Works presenting a pop-up version of The Rake’s Progress (17 – 25 November) and Liza Sings Streisand (23 November) .
To find out more about the new season of productions and shows visit: https://www.wiltons.org.uk/