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  • 20 Oct

    Spanish food in London: supermarkets and restaurants

    As part of our Spanish Language of the Month we asked the Spanish tutors to choose the best places in London to enjoy Spanish food.
  • 17 Oct

    The Parallels of Surgery & Craft

    Last night saw the second in the autumn series of Penny Lectures with Professor Roger Kneebone exploring the hidden world of the surgical theatre and the parallels with craft and performance.
  • 14 Oct

    Profile: Cecil Coles

    Cecil Coles was a talented promising composer and former Morley tutor when he died during World War One. His work is just one of the pieces featured during the forthcoming Morley Chamber Orchestra concert.
  • 13 Oct

    Strictly's 5th Judge: Week 3

    Morley's Ballroom tutor, Hanna Sierzputowska, gives her verdict on this week's performances.
  • 10 Oct

    Morley In Its Own Write

    As part of the 125 anniversary celebrations the Morley Student Council are holding a writing competition, open to all current Morley students.
  • 03 Oct

    'Woman of the Year' Alice Farnham

    Morley College offers warm congratulations to music tutor Alice Farnham who has been recognised at this year’s Women of the Year awards, celebrating achievement across all fields.
  • 03 Oct

    Profile: Professor Roger Kneebone

    In the second Penny Lecture of the autumn series Professor Roger Kneebone explores the links between the operating theatre and the performance theatre. Here we find out more about Professor Kneebone’s career and work.
  • 02 Oct

    Memories of a student

    Marian Cooke, one of Morley’s oldest serving students, kicked off the year of on-going celebrations for our 125th anniversary when she cut the celebratory cake at the tea party.
  • 30 Sep

    Highlights of our 125th birthday!

    Monday 29 September marked the 125 year anniversary of Morley College, and like any good birthday we spent most of the day eating cake!
  • 29 Sep

    From student to international artist

    Former Morley student Katharine Coleman started glass engraving as a hobby at the College and has since gone on to exhibit and teach in the UK and internationally. Here we find out what it's like returning to where it all began.