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.
Events at this venue
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Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet! Summer Party
We're back! We had such a ball here at Christmas that we have decided to have a summer party too - this time in the lovely upstairs Recital Room. Expect the usual HSDY shenanigans with vinyl DJs, dance line-ups, best outfit comp & free retro sweets & ice pops. As featured in Time Out, BBC Radio London, BBC…
Postgraduate Opera Scenes
Hear future opera stars at the start of their career, as our postgraduate students perform scenes from Albert Herring, Ariadne auf Naxos, Il Matrimonio Segreto and Das Rheingold.
Trinity Laban Symphony Orchestra & The Philharmonia Orchestra
FRI 28 APR 18.00h Conductor Jonathan Tilbrook Nielsen Symphony No.3, Op.27 Trinity Laban's Side by Side series brings together Trinity Laban students with mentors from the Philharmonia Orchestra for a performance of Nielsen's musical masterpiece Symphony No.3, Op.27. Written between 1910-11, the work proved to be…
Fri 28 Apr
Free / 020 8463 0100