Wilton’s Music Hall is a wondrous tiny empire of creativity tucked away in a less than trendy part of the East End. Squeezed on all sides by the trendy bits, Tower Hamlets nonetheless stubbornly clinging to its own lack of trendiness – I live nearby. It suits me. Currently undergoing a two-year project to renovate the building, they haven’t let that massive undertaking prevent them from artistic ambitions like staging a free dance festival in support of new choreographers. Wilton’s Strike! dance festival presents a series of new work devised specifically for the space in a range of styles.
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