There are very good reasons for supporting Blackheath Halls:
Blackheath Halls is a registered
Blackheath Halls offers high quality performances
- You can enjoy a varied programme of music, comedy, literature
and much much more. You can take part in our thriving Community and
- Blackheath Halls offers performances and events for all
- Ticket prices are very competitive.
- Blackheath Halls is right in the heart of Blackheath
- Blackheath Halls has been part of cultural life in South East
London since the late 19th Century and for all these years has been
located in its Grade II listed building
- We are proud to be part of the UK's first Conservatoire of
Music and Dance, Trinity Laban
We could not offer all this without your support, through
attending our performances, through taking part in our community
events or through becoming a Blackheath Halls donor.
Your regular donation, however small, does make a real
difference to us. It gives us a steady stream of income and enables
us to develop our Learning & Participation programme and to
improve our facilities.
We also very much appreciate your donations to individual
projects, such as our annual Community Opera and our regular
Blackheath Sundays series. Both of these rely heavily upon the
generosity of individual donors.
Your support is vital for the next phase in the development of
our Victorian building. We are planning the installation of a lift
to the Recital Room and a small extension to incorporate the lift
and give us extra meeting space.
Legacies are hugely important to the long term future of
Blackheath Halls and our Development Officer, Helma Zebregs, would
be very pleased to have a chat in confidence with you about
legacies and how they can benefit Blackheath Halls.
If you would like to support Blackheath Halls, either as a
regular donor or by making a donation to a particular project, we
would love to hear from you.
Please contact Helma Zebregs or +44 (0)20 8318 9758
for further information or to make a donation.
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