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9th July, 2013

Blackheath Halls Opera 2013: Macbeth

Event Details

9th July, 2013
Tue 9, Wed 10 and Fri 12 July at 7pm; Sun 14 July at 2pm
End Date:
14th July, 2013
Great Hall, Blackheath Halls
£17 | £15 concessions

Music Giuseppe Verdi
Musical Director Nicholas Jenkins
Director Christopher Rolls
Designer Oliver Townsend
English translation Jeremy Sams
Performed by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd

Blackheath Halls is delighted to present its seventh annual community opera. Once again members of the community perform alongside leading opera professionals, local school children and Trinity Laban students in an exciting accessible and high quality production of Verdi’s Macbeth, right on your doorstep.


Macbeth Quentin Hayes
Lady Macbeth Miriam Murphy
Banquo Matthew Rose
Macduff Charne Rochford
Malcolm Thomas Drew*
Lady-in-Waiting Susie Buckle*
Doctor Simon Dyer*
Servant Andrew Crozier
Assassin David Culpan
Herald George Lusty
King Duncan Tony Brewer
*vocal student from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

Blackheath Halls Chorus
Blackheath Halls Orchestra
Pupils from Charlton School, Greenvale School, Year 5 at St Margaret’s Primary, 
Year 5 at Brooklands Primary School

Do you want to join the Blackheath Halls Chorus or Orchestra for Verdi’s Macbeth? The chorus and orchestra are open to all adults – young or old. 
Do you have stage management experience?
Can you sew, or do hair and make up?
We are always looking for volunteers to help in our community opera production. If you would like to get involved then contact Rose Ballantyne at for more information and to register your interest. 

For more information please click here.

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