Lewisham Borough of Culture 2022

FRI 28 & SAT 29 JAN

Thanks to funding from the Creative Change Fund, Blackheath Halls is producing several events around Blackheath as part of the Lewisham Borough of Culture launch day and we'd love you to join us!


9am-10am | Commuter Commotions, Blackheath Station

Marco Russo (cello)
Lydia Brookes (oboe)
Lucia D’Avanzo Lewis (viola)
Christina Schuetz (violin)

Musicians from Blackheath Halls Orchestra play music including a new commission by Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance student composer Emily de Gruchy.

From 5pm | Blackheath Halls Pop Ups, outside The Crown pub, Blackheath Village

Performance schedule:

5pm | Blackheath Halls Youth Choir sing songs from the shows, including The Greatest Showman

5.30pm | Heart of Steel performs on the steel pans

6.30pm-7.15pm and 7.30pm-8.15pm | Family Steel Pan Workshop with Heart of Steel, Hearn Recital Room, Blackheath Halls

A chance for your family to try out the steel pans

FREE TO TAKE PART but pre-booked ticket essential. Everyone attending needs a ticket, and all children must be accompanied by an adult.


11am (FULLY BOOKED) & 1pm | Beginners Yoga to Music, Hearn Recital Room, Blackheath Halls

Join Emma Levy from Emmy Levy Yoga and Blackheath Yoga for an introduction to yoga, accompanied by cellist Urška Horvat and pianist Irina Lyakhovskaya from the Blackheath Conservatoire.

FREE TO TAKE PART, but pre-booked ticket essential. Age 18+. Please bring your own yoga mat or towel

11am-3pm | Family Treasure Hunt, starting at Blackheath Halls

Collect your booklet from Blackheath Halls, and then take a self-guided walk around Blackheath Village, learning more about its history, architecture and culture, courtesy of
Jo Townsend Architects

With many thanks to all our funders, partners and participants who have made this possible: Blackheath Halls, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance, The Conservatoire and We Are Lewisham

Dates and times

This event finished on 29 January 2022.

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