Where: Wilton’s Music Hall, Graces Alley, London E1 8JB
£: Tickets cost £10 – £15 (suitable for ages 14+)
What is it?
A suite of short plays, City Stories: Tales of Love and Magic in London, will be performed at Wilton’s Music Hall in London.
The tales are a sequence of interwoven love stories, written and directed by award-winning playwright James Phillips, in an ode to our beloved capital. With original music composed and performed live by singer-songwriter Rosabella Gregory (winner of New York Songwriter’s Circle Song Contest), this innovative cabaret drama promises to take audiences on a magical journey through London and its dwellers.
City Stories returns to London fresh from a critically acclaimed hit run in New York.
The City Stories Company includes Uriel Adiv, Daphne Alexander, Peter Bradley, Emily Bruni, Louisa Clein, Matthew Flynn, Tom Gordon, Rosabella Gregory, Scott Handy, Alexander Hanson, Gary Kemp, Sarah Quintrell, Grace Smart, Phoebe Sparrow, Martin Turner, Yolanda Vazquez, and Jay Villiers.
Wilton’s Music Hall is a gem in the heart of London, and the oldest grand music hall in the world. It presents a year round programme of live music and theatre productions, alongside learning and participation work that engages the local community.
The Grade II listed building recently completed a four-year capital project, with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund. This project, designed by Tim Ronalds Architects, recently won the RIBA London Award 2016, RIBA London Conservation Award 2016, and RIBA London Building Of The Year 2016.
More info: wiltons.org.uk