Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment: classical music as a proper concert

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment present The Night Shift – Classical Music: Minus the Rules


London’s late-night classical event returns to Wilton’s Music Hall with an intimate line-up featuring four musicians from the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment along with soprano Julia Doyle. Enjoy music from composers including Night Shift favourite Henry Purcell plus support from 7:45pm and a DJ set afterwards until close. The usual Night Shift non-rules apply – so bring your drinks in, and clap whenever the mood takes you.

Wilton Hall itself is worth the trip. It's the oldest surviving music hall in London and it is plain simple beautiful with an amazing atmosphere. It's a bit difficult to find, though.

Tickets cost £12 in advance, £15 at the door. I don't know how popular the event will be and if it will sell out. You might want to consider buying your ticket in advance.

Tickets of the Night Shift

See you at Wilton Hall

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  • Palma

    The music,the venue, the people, everything was great. Thanks Henning

    May 15, 2014

  • Divya

    Enjoyed some really good music in a very relaxed setting. Would love to go again! Thanks Henning, for organising this.

    May 15, 2014

  • Elle

    Apologies for needing to leave just before the end of the concert yesterday, as it meant I was unable to say goodbye. I hope everyone enjoyed the venue and music as much as I did. Thanks to Henning for organising.

    May 15, 2014

  • Elisabeth

    Forgot that I had already signed on to another event....is anybody looking for a ticket for this event and would like to buy from me? It is 12 pounds.
    Thanks this event sounds great and the other one I signed up too it is a difficult choice

    May 11, 2014

  • Maja

    What a great find. This meetup has to be repeated once I am back in London! Thank you Henning-great research.

    April 30, 2014

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