Richard Navarro and the Old Royal Naval College present a night of music, dance and image to celebrate this year's relaunch of the Painted Hall.

Outstanding young musicians and dancers from Greenwich, Lewisham and Kent will appear alongside professional performers on the GMT stage to present new pieces which they have created for one of the most spectacular buildings in the world.

The show is also the culmination of months of work towards the creation of Tonesight – a motion-sensing musical 'machine' conceived by Navarro and co-inventor Cal Hewitt – which uses music, movement and audio description to make visual art more accessible to the visually-impaired.

With the Tonesight installation on show in the Painted Hall over the summer, this is a chance to enjoy live performance of the music and dance that will be bringing the magnificent Painted Hall’s characters and themes to life for a new audience in the coming months. 

In addition to performances by students from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Trinity Lewisham C of E Primary School and Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys, the audience will be treated to appearances by Richard Navarro and Nicholas Thurston, Carnyx Brass, Citizens of the World Choir, trumpeter Steve Waterman and soul artist Ben Millbery. 

Admission is free and tickets include buy-one-get-one-half-price entry to the Painted Hall until 30 September 2019