Suitable for groups of up to 60, Storrow Hall is often used for small rehearsals, workshops and classes, as well as a cloakroom or dressing room for events hosted elsewhere in the building. The room is also ideal for children’s parties where the adjacent cafe is perfectly located for parents to relax with a coffee and cake.
James Storrow was the President of the American branch of the English Folk Dance Society in the early 1900s.
To exit this space in the event of a fire or other emergency evacuation, please note that our lift cannot be used and it will be necessary to use steps to reach ground level. Storrow Hall has 4 steps up, one small step down and 8 further steps up to ground level.