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Wilton's Music Hall

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Wilton's Music Hall

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denisehead122 wrote a review Mar 2020
Brentwood, United Kingdom3 contributions
We booked a tour as part of birthday day out. Our tour guide brought the history of the place alive she explained how the place evolved over the years. she was really well informed and funny too. We would like to return to see a production there as it is so atmospheric.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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rivermedway wrote a review Mar 2020
Maidstone, United Kingdom35 contributions21 helpful votes
This is a beautiful old building, full of character and sympathetically restored - but that's my impression only after the briefest of glimpses. At 4.30 pm on a Saturday afternoon I went in the public entrance through doors which were unlocked. Having politely explained that I didn't have a ticket for a show but just wanted to have a look round I was told sniffily by the woman on reception that the building wasn't open to the public until 5pm. Rules are rules, I know, but what did she think I was going to do - a middle-aged lone woman like me doesn't really pose much of a threat I don't think. Given the website's statement that it receives no regular public funding this place surely needs all the friends it can get. I live in the far south-west and won't be visiting London again for some time. I would have gladly returned at a later date but with that sort of reception I don't think so.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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TrewFoodieInLondon wrote a review Mar 2020
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I do love Wiltons. I have been a number of times in the past year and have always had a good time. I do, however, have a few hang ups. The seats are all crammed together so you find yourself uncomfortably trying not to sit on the person next to you. I get it, the more you can squeeze in - the more tickets you can sell (however, it would be nice to feel a little more comfortable!). No parking so if you're a disabled driver - have fun! Prices for snacks are that of any london venue (but I'd still like to pay less). Staff are usually full of smiles and will answer any questions you have. Can get VERY busy and overwhelming in the door way and bar. Daughter loves the place and we will be visiting again in April.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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epicM wrote a review Feb 2020
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i don't think this place is very good for anyone under sixteen because it is very boring and i would never go back ever again because its so boring.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Gimier wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom674 contributions38 helpful votes
The rebuilded music hall has a creative makeover. The area for food and drink is very actrattive too. We saw A midsummer night's dream and it was really enjoyable play.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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