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Venue: Wilton's Music Hall, London

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AddressGraces Alley
E1 8JB
United Kingdom
Google maps51° 30' 38.202" N 0° 4' 1.071" W
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New world created in old music hall: Paul Bunyan at Wilton's

Elgan Llŷr Thomas (Johnny Inkslinger) © Genevieve Girling
Not since Monty Python has there been more fun with a chorus of lumberjacks.
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Devilishly good fun: The Rake's Progress

Jonathan Lemalu (Nick Shadow) and Robert Murray (Tom Rakewell) © Catherine Ashmore
A compelling and energetic debut production from a new opera company in the raddled surroundings of Wilton's Music Hall.
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Tragedy undermined at Wilton's

Aigul Akhmetshina (Carmen) © Clive Barda
Paring the action down to just four singers, La Tragédie de Carmen is the perfect vehicle and venue for a handful of the Royal Opera's Jette Parker Young Artists to strut their stuff.
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Proms at... Wilton’s: Conference of the Birds

Marcus Farnsworth performs Eight Songs for a Mad King © BBC | Mark Allan
The Birmingham Contemporary Music Group present an ambitious mixture of experimental chamber music and disquieting monodrama. 
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DeNada Dance Theatre

Marivi Da Silva and Antonette Dayritt in O maria © Emma Kauldhar
DeNada Dance Theatre brings Carlos Pons Guerra's entertaining Ham & Passion to London.
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Mark Bruce Company - The Odyssey

Mark Bruce's new production is inventive, visually appealing, challenging, loud and hyperactive; and sits so well in the arresting intimacy of this unique theatre
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The National Health Service of the Renaissance

L’Ospedale sounds like it should be a newly written opera about the NHS, but actually, it's a 350 year old piece. It makes for an hour's delectable light operatic entertainment.
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Peter Sheppard Skærved's Soundbox 2: Flourish in the Harmony

The second of violinist Peter Sheppard Skærved's Soundbox series once again took place in the exposed-brick Green Room above the bar at Wilton's Music Hall. As with Soundbox 1, the programme comprised short bursts of music with readings of contemporary material, but this time we also had visual aids in the form of postcards, which were referred to througout.
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