Virginia Woolf : Killing the Angel

Presented by the Friends of Blackheath Halls

SUN 8 NOV 3pm | Great Hall

Tickets on sale until 12pm on SUN 8 NOV to ensure social distance seating allocation completed

Following previous well-received performances of Kathleen Ferrier Whattalife and Ethel Smyth: Grasp the Nettle, classical singer and actor Lucy Stevens returns with a one-woman play portraying the life of Virginia Woolf in her own words, incorporating music and song from contemporary female composers.

Through Woolf’s writing, it reveals her troubled childhood and her views on literature, Bloomsbury and the challenges women face as artists.

“Such a great show … amazing performance as Virginia Woolf and well deserved standing ovation” March ’20

“Lucy is a remarkable performer the way she can go into and out of song and dramatic monologue is just amazing.” Dr Debbie Challis LSE Library

Your email confirmation is your ticket for the recital. Please print this out to present to the usher or display it on your phone.

Please note that we are operating with staggered arrival times for audience members to encourage social distancing and minimise the need to pass other customers – we encourage you to arrive at the appropriate time as listed below:

14.30 - 14.40 = Rows L – U
14.40 - 14.50 = Rows E – K
14.50 - 15.00 = Rows A – D

The bar is closed, but you are welcome to bring bottles of water or soft drinks in with you to the Great Hall. No other drinks or food must be brought into the premises.

For further information about how our socially distant performance will work please read through our FAQ section or contact the Box Office with any queries.

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