Wilton’s Music Hall is a wonderful place tucked away in the back streets near east London’s Tower Hill. It is the world’s oldest surviving Grand Music Hall.
WILTON’S HISTORICAL EVOLUTION
Over the course of 300 years it has evolved from a Victorian sailors’ pub to a music hall, Methodist Mission to rag warehouse, eventually falling derelict before reopening as the exciting bar, restaurant, concert room, gallery and theatre it is today. It’s long crawl back to health has not been without much help from fundraisers, charities, community spirit and sheer goodwill. Learn more about the history of Wilton’s Music Hall
TANGO COMES TO WILTONS
Oozing earthy vintage charm, Wiltons presents the stage show production of Violetta’s Last Tango as part of the La Linea Latin Festival coming up in April.
GIVE ARGENTINE TANGO A TRY WITH MINA & GIRALDO
Mina and Giraldo, Tango teachers to the stars at Strictly Come Dancing will be teaching beginners at Sundial Peabody Hoxton on April 3rd and 10th at 7.15 pm
Classes £10 or two tickets for £8 each.
GIVE ARGENTINE TANGO A TRY WITH PAULA & MARTIN
Tango teachers, Paula Duarte and Martin Espindola will be teaching beginners at Wilton’s Music Hall on 24th April, 7pm. £15 per lesson. £12 concession.
WIN TICKETS TO THE SHOW!
Get a taste for tango at Mina and Giraldo’s tango taster classes and enter the raffle to win tickets to the new show Violettas Last Tango. Raffle to be drawn on April 10th.
TICKETS, WHEN AND WHERE?
Violetta’s Last Tango at Wiltons Music Hall April 25th to April 29th
Tickets start at just £15
Buy Tickets Online Now
VIOLETTA’S LAST TANGO
Enter the world of tango diva Violetta, an ageing singer who lives out her dreams in the suburban milongas of Buenos Aires.
This fully staged evening of specially arranged popular opera, tango and musical numbers features opera singer Ann Liebeck in the title role. Latin UK award winning tango dancers David and Kim Benitez (2014/2015),and Mina and Giraldo have all performed in the show, and Dante and Miriam and West End star Nuno Queimado will be dancing at Wiltons.
Live music from virtuoso Cuban jazz violinist Omar Puente and his guest tango band, featuring star bandoneon player Julian Rowlands of Midnight Tango (Olivier award-nominated with Tango Siempre), accompanies the action on stage as Violetta wanders the streets and milongas in search of her long lost love.