Blackheath Halls will present Verdi's Macbeth in July, the seventh year of this renowned community opera.
Led by a professional production team, the cast is made up of local people, young and old, and is fronted by soloists from the international opera world.
This year the soloists include Quentin Hayes as Macbeth, Miriam Murphy as Lady Macbeth, Matthew Rose as Banquo and Charne Rochford as Macduff.
Three vocal students from Trinity Laban take on some of the other roles: Susie Buckle is Lady Macbeth's Lady-in- Waiting; Simon Dyer is the Doctor and Thomas Drew will sing the role of Malcolm.
Chorus leaders and music students from Trinity Laban will join the Blackheath Halls Orchestra alongside musicians from the local community.
Rose Ballantyne, Blackheath Halls Opera Project Manager, said:
"The Blackheath Halls Opera is made up of hundreds of local people, from 8 to 80, every year. They work together with world famous professionals to bring to life a fully staged opera production of great artistic worth and vibrancy."
Blackheath Halls - 9, 10, 12 July 2013 at 7pm and 14 July 2013 at 14.00h Tickets are £17 | £15 concessions.
Picture courtesy of Jan H Andresen