Blackheath Halls

Built in 1895 by William Webster, 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.

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It was originally used as a venue for orchestral and choral works and played host to some of the most famous musical performers of the early 20th century.

Since fully reopening in 1991, Blackheath Halls has offered an unusual and beautiful venue with a flexible approach. The Halls regularly holds classical concerts, rock/pop performances, folk/world events, and comedy acts, and our family performances and activities are becoming more and more popular every year.

Further to our lively season of events, our varied and engaging community programme makes up a core part of what the Halls is about, giving members of the local community and beyond the opportunity to get involved with a variety of activities.

Address details

Blackheath Halls
23 Lee Road

Contact details

Tel: +44 (0)20 8318 9758

Details are subject to change so please make sure you check with the company before using their services. Thanks!