‘You managed to present that group of irreligious, uncivilised and unenlightened folk as a coherent, well-disciplined and musical ensemble. What magic!!! Please thank them all for their wonderful contribution to the concert.’ Sue Capper, making light of the informal definition of the word heathens from dictionary.com
'Thank you Deb and all of the Heathens who sang so beautifully last night. So many great comments from all of the audience - you certainly started the BANC AGM with a flourish! Your enthusiasm was more than measurable'. Adrienne
President BANC Committee.
Upcoming Events 2019
Wed 23 Oct BANC AGM with Jacinta Tobin, 6pm Presbyterian Church Hall, Wentworth St
Sat 30 Nov Sculpture in the Wild at Gallery H & the Monkey Creek Cafe, Dargan 5.15 in the program, 3pm - 6.30pm
Sun 8 Dec Christmas concert with Blue Mountains City Band. 2pm St Hildas Church, Katoomba
Sat 14 Dec, Blackheath railway station, 11am 150th anniversary commemoration. On the station.
Sat 14 Dec, Blackheath Golf Club Xmas Concert, 7pm
Completed in 2019:
Sat 11 May Blackheath Day
Sat 24 Aug Bulgamada, Phillips Hall, all day
Contact The Heathens
Sat 05 Oct Leura Gardens Festival, 1pm https://leuragardensfestival.com.au/
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With many thanks to: Phillia for photos during the rehearsal(s) and to: Victoria’s Paul for the concert photos. Click this link to see the photos.
Arrive by 9.20; enter via Gardiners Cres. 9.30 rehearsal with Christine for Heathens only 10.30 morning tea at rear of Hall 11.30 rehearsal with Heathens and Loosely Woven 1.00 Lunch; soup and bread in Hall 1.30 doors open on Park … Continue reading
With Loosely Woven at 2pm on Sunday 3rd August 2014. 56 instrumentalists and singers present a light-hearted, folky sort of accoustic concert/cabaret as a fundraiser for the Blackheath Area Neighbourhood Centre. Instrumentalists include: violins, viola, cello, flutes, clarinet, harps, whistle, … Continue reading
On a cool, wet, typical Blackheath day the community gathered to pay its respects to Dawn Baker – an eccentric and much loved Blackheathen. There were eulogies from family and friends, The Heathens sang and people from across the community … Continue reading