Skip to main content Skip to footer site map

Wilton's Music Hall Presents Innovative New Theatre Throughout September

Wilton's Music Hall Presents Innovative New Theatre Throughout September

Delve into legends and fairy tales this month with German folklore in Man to Man, and a cast of creepy characters from Les Enfants Terribles.

Continuing to support emerging artists, this month the National Youth Theatre, perform their groundbreaking work Zigger Zagger, 50 years since it's first production, and in the studio we're hosting more theatre makers on our Plays Without Décor scheme, as they uncover the story of a forgotten royal.

BBC Proms at...

2nd September

SIan Edwards conducts the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, with exciting young British soloists Jennifer France and Marcus Farnsworth in a programme including Peter Maxwell Davies' Eight Songs for a Mad King.

Just a handful of tickets left, then it's promming only!

Zigger Zagger

6th - 9th September

Following the path of young football fan Harry Philton, Zigger Zagger remains an affecting depiction of working class Britain and the desire to belong. Revived 50 years since it's first performance by the National Youth Theatre.

Man to Man

12th - 23rd September

To survive in Nazi Germany Ella takes the step of imitating her husband. A look at gender, identity and struggle, Manfred Karge's famous text, based on an almost unbelievable true story, is given a fresh presentation from Wales Millennium Centre.

The Terrible Infants

27th September - 28th October

Meet some sad, hilarious and bizarre characters as puppetry, live music and dark comedy come together in this evocative collection of twisted fairy tales, revived from one of Olivier-nominated theatre company Les Enfants Terribles's earliest productions.

In the studio... Wilton's Music Hall Presents Innovative New Theatre Throughout September

Lady of the English

1st September

Henry I's only heir nearly came to rule, yet she's almost unheard of. Director Emma Latham and writer Amanda Lane recover the forgotten story of Empress Matilda.

Tickets are just £5 for this work in progress performance.

For families... Wilton's Music Hall Presents Innovative New Theatre Throughout September

Tales in Drag

6th & 20th September

Our new story telling sessions aim to instil self-confidence and acceptance of others in small children, while having them laughing the whole way through. Join gender-fluid performers for specially selected stories, singalongs and craft workshops.


Related Articles View More UK Regional Stories   Shows

More Hot Stories For You