Wilton's is a very special and unique Grade II listed building here in East London. It is one of the few surviving music halls left in the world, with many beautiful original features—anyone who has been there will speak of its atmosphere. It is incredible that after 160 years, this music hall has somehow managed to survive.
In 1877, a fire ripped through the grand hall. In the 1960’s it was scheduled for demolition by the London City Council (LCC). It took four decades hard work and campaigning, but the building was ultimately saved. Today, it is a grand performance venue once again!
MOTHandRUST designed and built the Wilton’s Music Hall site
about nine years ago now. Wilton’s is still very happy with it—which has proven great value for the non-profit. Here at MOTHandRUST we are proud that many of our robust sites have served a longer lifespan than average and that we have long-term relationships with many of our clients. However, one must remember that no matter how much you love your site, a redesign will be needed at some point.I’ll be leaving work shortly to see Sasha Regan’s all-male the Mikado at Wilton’s, with a drink and pizza there beforehand. Really recommended to anyone here in London.