Morley College is an adult education college in London. It was founded in the 1880s and has a student population of 10,806 adult students. It offers courses in a wide variety of fields including science, languages, drama, dance, music, computing, exercise and health and humanities.
Morley College is located in the Waterloo District of London, on the South Bank, close to the city's arts centre. Its buildings occupy sites on either side of the boundary between the London boroughs of Southwark and Lambeth.
... Tippett was invited in 1940 to become the director of music at Morley College in South London ... to accept a condition that would have required his giving up his work at Morley College ... He invited them to perform at Morley College and they stayed at his home at Oxted ...
... Morley Gallery opened in 1968 as part of the Arts Centre in Morley College ... situated in an old pub adjacent to the main College building, has a painting and drawing studio and a print studio on the first, second and third floors ... Morley Gallery occupies the whole of the ground floor with six imposing windows facing Westminster Bridge Road and King Edward Walk, London,SE1 ...
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