Blackheath Halls is a registered charity and part of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. As well as being the main rehearsal and performance venue for the Faculty of Music, Blackheath Halls presents a diverse programme of concerts and events, as well as a varied community engagement programme. You can help us do more by either making a donation to a particular area of our work or leave us to use your gift where it is most needed.
All contributions, whether large or small, are vital to our continued success. You can support the work of Blackheath Halls by making a donation to:
Community Engagement Work
Each year we offer people of all ages and all levels of ability the opportunity to work with first class professional performers and creative teams, to learn new skills and to perform in ensemble productions in our historic building in front of large audiences. Projects include the popular Community Opera and Children’s Opera.
Throughout the year we present a series of performances and events including the popular Blackheath Sundays recitals which bring some of the country’s leading classical artists to perform in Blackheath Halls’ Recital Room.
As a Grade II-listed building and, in addition to our programme of capital works which include improvements to the Great Hall and Roof, the Halls has an ongoing programme of maintenance and upgrading which aims to enhance the comfort and experience of both our audience and artists. Various naming opportunities are available for significant gifts.
Blackheath Halls and Trinity Laban Patrons
This autumn we will be launching a new Patrons scheme. Supporters will have the opportunity to get closer to Blackheath Halls or Trinity Laban with benefits including access to a series of exclusive events.
Further information will be available soon.
Remember Blackheath Halls in your will
By leaving a legacy to Blackheath Halls you will ensure that future generations continue to experience the enjoyment the Halls gives you. Trinity Laban and Blackheath Halls can accept legacies and bequests of any of the following types: Residuary, Pecuniary, Specific or Reversionary. Alternatively, if you have already made a will, or have updated it recently, you can add a legacy or request by drafting a codicil.
For further information, please download this document about leaving a legacy in your will, or get in touch, should you wish to discuss your legacy plans.
Legacy pledgers will be invited to join us at an annual Legacy Lunch as a thank you for their committed support, and as an opportunity to demonstrate the impact legacies will have.
Blackheath Halls is a registered charity (Charity Number 287589)
Join the Friends of Blackheath Halls
The Friends of Blackheath Halls are a group of like-minded individuals who love Blackheath Halls and support our work.
The Friends of Blackheath is a registered charity (Charity Number 1023390)
Trusts and Foundations
We are extremely grateful to all the trusts and foundations who fund important areas of our work. Their support plays an integral part in helping Blackheath Halls to achieve our charitable purposes.
We offer an array of bespoke opportunities for organisations to support our work and whom, in return, receive a range of benefits.
For more information about supporting Blackheath Halls or Trinity Laban, please contact Ruth Thomas, Development Officer on 020 8305 3894 or at [email protected].