Blackheath Halls

Blackheath Halls
23 Lee Road, London, SE3 9RQ
  • Box office 020 8463 0100
  • General enquiries 020 8318 9758
  • Box office times Mon–Fri 10am–5pm
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Built in 1895 Blackheath Halls, along with the Conservatoire of Music and the School of Art, is part of the oldest surviving purpose built cultural complex in London. In its lengthy history it has played host to Sir Ernest Shakleton, George Bernard Shaw and Suffragette rallies. Today it offers a programme of classical concerts, both orchestral and chamber perfromances, as well as folk/world events, live comedy and family shows.

Blackhalls are two minutes walk from Blackheath rail station. There is ample parking in the Station Car Park but no parking at the Halls themselves.

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Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet! Big Xmas Disco Ball

A retro night of 70s & 80s soul, funk and disco classics - for people who remember the tunes first time round and still want to party - and everyone who loves a good boogie. Perfect for a work or friends knees-up!

Sat 9 Dec

£16.50 / 020 8463 0100

Jette Parker Young

The Royal Opera House comes to Blackheath Halls as singers from the Jette Parker Young Artists Programme perform in the intimate setting of the Recital Room before a Q&A session. A wonderful opportunity to hear the 'opera stars of the future'.

Wed 22 Nov

£10 (£8) / 020 8463 0100

  • 19:30 – 21:30

Kerry Godliman

The stand-up and actress muses on (mis)communication in a modern age.

Fri 8 Dec

£15 / 020 8463 0100

  • 20:00

Nathan Caton: Pursuit Of Happiness

The exciting young stand-up is going from strength to strength. Coming from Amused Moose and Chortle Award runner-up in 2015 to a circuit headliner and a recognised name on TV and radio, Nathan's blend of personal and political comedy is not to be missed.

Sat 25 Nov

£15 / 020 8463 0100

  • 20:00

Trinity Laban Wind Orchestra And Sinfonia Wind

Catch Head of Wind, Brass and Percussion Andrew Dunn as he conducts the Trinity Laban Wind Orchestra featuring Vaughan Williams' Flourish for Wind Band, written in 1939 as the opening to the pageant Music and the People at the Royal Albert Hall, alongside contemporary works by Frank Ticheli, Stephen McNeff and Trinity…

Fri 24 Nov

£5 / 020 8463 0100

  • 19:30

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