London Handel Festival - Wigmore Hall

Wigmore Hall

Wigmore Hall is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading venues for chamber music, early music and song. With over 100 years of history, an unparalleled acoustic and a programme featuring many leading international musicians, Wigmore Hall is a favourite amongst audiences and artists alike. Its ornate Edwardian auditorium hosts over 480 concerts each year, featuring concerts from early music and baroque to jazz, and study events, family days and music for Early Years and schools. Wigmore Hall is a major force in the contemporary music world, presenting up to 40 commissions per season and extensively promoting world, UK and London premieres.

Situated at the heart of London’s West End, just minutes from Oxford Street, Wigmore Hall has its own restaurant and bars, enabling all visitors to enjoy a pre-concert meal or relaxed drink and interval refreshments.


  • 36 Wigmore Street
  • London W1U 2BP

Getting to Wigmore Hall

By London Underground

Nearest stations:

  • Oxford Circus  Bakerloo Line, Central Line, Victoria Line
  • Bond Street  Central Line, Jubilee Line

To plan your journey visit the Transport for London (TfL) website.