A beautiful room with several layout options; Hall was one of the first buildings built when the School moved from its original London location. With oak panels, vaulted ceiling, beautiful arches, stage with grand piano, natural lighting and historic paintings on the walls, the room is an impressive space.
Hall can be used in various guises for presentations, conferences, exhibitions, concerts and dinners. It has its own stage area and gallery and can seat up to 360 theatre style or 126 for dinner /dances.
Hall was added in 1884, designed by Sir Arthur Bloomfield during the height of the Romantic gothic revival. The building boasts a pinnacle spire, croquets, stone escutcheons, gargoyles and armourial shields of the Headmaster and seven of his Assistant Masters