Morley College has several performance spaces which host a regular programme of events and performances throughout the year.
Emma Cons Hall
The Emma Cons Hall is the largest of our performance spaces and is named after Morley College founder Emma Cons. It has a built in stage and features large scale murals by painter Martin Froy. It is used for a number of performances by students at Morley, including our larger concerts and dance showcases. It’s also used for College events such as the annual Morley Winter Fair.
The second of our performance spaces, the Holst Room was named after Gustav Holst, Director of Music at Morley between 1907 -1924. It is an ideal space for intimate performances and recitals, and is regularly used for music classes. The Holst Room is also the setting for our popular series of free lunchtime concerts, featuring performances by music staff and students.
Our fully equipped drama studio is a flexible space, providing the perfect setting for drama and opera productions as well as day-to-day classes. It is regularly used for drama productions and opera performances.