He’s already an award-winning actor and author, and his 30+ directing credits include Shirley Valentine, Carmen Jones, The Magic Flute and Jus’ Like That in the West End. Could he add artistic director to his CV? While hosting the inaugural “Offies” at Wilton’s Music Hall, Simon Callow revealed his deep affection – and possible ambition – for the historic venue. “If somebody asked me if I would like to take over the Wilton’s Music Hall as artistic director, I would find that a very hard thing to say no to,” Callow told the Londonist, “because it’s the most beautiful space in Britain and, maybe, one of the most beautiful theatre spaces in the world.” As for what he might programme: “There would be no limit at all. Opera, which has been done here, ballet, whatever. There’s no limit.”