FEATURED: Wilton’s Music Hall Announces Spring 2020 Season

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For everyone with a curious imagination…

Wilton’s Music Hall are thrilled to announce the return of some of of their favourite companies and the exciting premieres of extraordinary new work in their Spring 2020 season.

Highlights include:

London International Mime Festival
 comes to Wilton’s with The Strange Tale of Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel (14th – 18th January), a Told by an Idiot and Theatre Royal Plymouth production, with Royal & Derngate, Northampton and Unity Theatre, Liverpool.

The Watermill Theatre
 return to Wilton’s following their magical Twelfth Night there in 2018 with two bold new productions performed in repertory – A Midsummer Night’s Dream (29th January – 15th February) and Macbeth (22nd January – 8th February).

Return to Heaven
 (28th February – 14th March) is a brand new dance theatre show by Mark Bruce Company that sees two explorers (Dane Hurst, Eleanor Duval) search the dark mysteries of the ancient world to enter a perilous land beyond time and death.

After their incredible inaugural production of The Rake’s Progress at Wilton’s in 2017, OperaGlass Works are back with Benjamin Britten’s The Turn of the Screw (25th March – 4th April). Conducted by John Wilson, this ‘curious story’ quickly becomes a haunting tale of innocence and corruption.

Following the storming success of The Pirates of Penzance earlier this year, Sasha Regan’s All-Male Company are taking to the seas once again with H.M.S. Pinafore (15th April – 9th May). Set in the hold of a WWII ship, Gilbert & Sullivan’s comic opera provides the perfect distraction from the goings on above board.

Tickets for the new season are now on sale!

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