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  • 10 Apr

    Morley tutor collaborates on theatre show

    One of Morley’s Digital Design and Film tutors has been working on a collaborative project with director Mark Arends for a production at the Unicorn Theatre.
  • 01 Apr

    Middle Earth comes to Morley with Elvish language course

    Pedil edhellen? Morley College is pleased to announce the introduction of an Elvish language course to its academic programme for 2014-15.
  • 26 Mar

    Morley leads the way for new women conductors

    Morley College has responded to recent discussions about the lack of women conductors by piloting a new course ‘Women Conductors at Morley’
  • 24 Mar

    Easter Enrolment

    The College enrolment office will have reduced opening hours during the Easter period. Find out the best way to enrol.
  • 18 Mar

    Morley student sings for survival on The Voice

    Access to Music student, Gary Poole, is coming down after a rollercoaster six months singing for survival on the BBC Saturday night show The Voice.
  • 10 Mar

    Richard Deacon exhibition: Student review

    Student Peter Buck reviews the Richard Deacon exhibition at the Tate Britain which he visited along with his fellow students on the Sculpture: Developing your Practice course.
  • 02 Mar

    What is Sound Art?

    Course tutor, Camilo Salazar, gives us a clue to what we might expect at the new sound art exhibition at Morley Gallery.
  • 02 Mar

    Who wins our vote?

    We now know who won the Oscars but who gets our Morley musical vote? We ask Head of Vocal Studies, David Revels.
  • 20 Feb

    Morley Big Band swings on BBC Radio 4

    Morley College’s legendary Big Band leader, Tony Douglas, and the Morley Big Band have appeared on BBC Radio 4 last Saturday in the programme When Garry Met Tony.
  • 17 Feb

    Morley Goes for Green

    The College has implemented a new scheme to drive up recycling with a target of 80% recycled and zero landfill waste. The first term of the scheme has seen dramatic results but also key areas of improvement.