Music halls once covered London and many a sailor, toff and lady alike enjoyed the comforts of the entertainment offered. Today few music halls are left and Wilton’s Music Hall remains as the oldest surviving example in the world and a unique, award-winning Grade 2 listed building in the heart of the City of London.
If you’re looking for a really unique wedding venue then look no further than Wilton’s Music Hall. Saved from dereliction after an award-winning refurbishment, in 2015 they re-opened the doors and now welcome over 40,000 audience members a year to see a year-round programme of theatre and music.
A registered charity, their learning and heritage programmes also ensure the local community is at the heart of everything they do, whilst keeping the vibrancy of the music hall tradition alive for future generations. Their refurbishment was even recently featured on Channel 4’s Great British Buildings: Restoration of the Year.
Their Mahogany and Cocktail Bars are much-loved destinations in their own right and serve a carefully selected range of beers, wines and spirits, locally sourced wherever possible. Their delicious menu of seasonal dishes and small plates is designed by in-house caterers, the Gatherers, and inspired by their distinctive heritage.
Hire of Wilton’s for a wedding includes the whole building including the bars, the Victorian staircase and the Hall with its Pinterest-worthy barley-twist columns, perfect for your ceremony and with plenty of space for dancing. As part of the hire, the building is closed to the public for the full day and is therefore a very exclusive opportunity with only a select number of dates available a year. All revenue Wilton’s makes from hires of their spaces go straight back into work with artists and the local community, and helps ensure the future of this extraordinary building.