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9 July 2012

Listen to music in Wilton's Mahogany Bar

Music tonight in the beautiful Mahogany Bar at Wilton's Music Hall courtesy of Family Atlantica Duo, playing at the bar as part of Music Monday, their free weekly showcase for 'vintage' bands and cabaret artists.

We are told that the Mahogany Bar was built around 1725, probably as a pub, and has traded under many names over the years including The Albion Saloon and The Prince of Denmark. It took until 1828 for it to be refurbished in mahogany and subsequently became popular with the sailing fraternity. Today, famous fixtures and fittings are sadly no longer with us, but it remains a popular spot.

^Picture © photography.ambjorn.com via Flickr used under a Creative Commons license^


  1. Read this early this morning. Going to see music tonight. Thanks! :)

  2. Love Wilton's Music Hall, The Mahogany Bar is a great bar for somewhere to take a date in London especially on a Tuesday as they have live Jazz/Swing music from the London Dance Orchestra and is free entry.