As part of Wilton’s new season, Camille O’Sullivan returns to London’s oldest music hall for the first time since lockdown.
Between 9-13 March, the internationally-acclaimed singer will perform a stripped-back evening with just piano, creating an intimate evening of songs with her long-time friend, musician Feargal Murray.
Camille sings songs and stories about loss, love, light and darkness – some are hymnal but on occasion she can rock out, choosing music from her favourite writers Cave, Cohen, Bowie and Radiohead, along with some new originals. She has appeared on Jools Holland (BBC) and has performed her five-star sell out shows all around the world, including at the Sydney Opera House and Royal Festival Hall.
Wilton’s has been granted the use of Society Of London Theatre & UK Theatre’s ‘See It Safely‘ mark, which means they are in compliance with the government’s safety regulations. The venue will be opening in January with a specially-programmed socially distanced season of intimate shows.
Start time: 6.45pm
Running time: 60 minutes, no interval
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