Did you know?
- Founded in 1889, Morley College is one of the UK’s leading centres for adult education, best known for music and the visual arts, with over 13,000 students studying each year.
- Morley Art Collection includes works by Edward Bawden, John Piper, Bridget Riley, Maggi Hambling and Denzil Forrester. Plus it's free to view all year round!
- You can be part of the new Friends of Morley community - keep in touch with life at the college and reconnect with old friends or make new ones.
- You can listen out for Morley Radio - central to the College’s vision of inspiring ambitions and creating outstanding learning opportunities.
- Morley Forward, is a new development plan to reposition Morley as a contemporary, world class centre for adult learning that will create a fully accessible adult learning environment with enhanced, contemporary and flexible facilities throughout.
61 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7HT
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Meet Vincent van Gogh Experience
At the Meet Vincent van Gogh Experience, you can truly become part of Vincent van Gogh's life and most recognised works
Beautifully-styled 180-seat restaurant and bar.
Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre
Creating an inspirational neighbourhood
Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre
The neighbourhood centre contains:
- An 84-place day nursery providing childcare from 3 months to 5 years
- Out of school provision and youth clubs
- Parent and family support programmes including practical workshops
- Evening and weekend activities
- Conference, meeting and training spaces of the highest quality available for business and community hire
- Creche for parents/carers using the centre
- Access to Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital midwifery and other specialist teams
- Access to training and employment opportunities
- Access to business and social enterprise support
- Offices for Coin Street staff
- Helpdesk operating throughout the opening hours of the centre.
gallery@oxo showcases a varied programme of photography, contemporary design, architecture and issue-based exhibitions.
Secret bar in the BFI Southbank (behind the bookcase!)
For the more explorative of South Bank frequenters, the Drawing Room at BFI Southbank will make for an interesting and altogether more private experience. To enter, look for the secret door behind a bookcase at BFI Southbank. Find it, and you’ve found the way to the Drawing Room – an intimate cocktail bar (which is also available for private parties).
The Drawing Room is also perfect for hosting a stylish, intimate private party or event.
The internationally-renowned venue presents new writing, classics, comedies and musicals.
A four-screen cinema venue showing a huge selection of classic and contemporary films.
IWM London tells the stories of those whose lives have been shaped by war through the depth, breadth and impact of their Galleries, displays and events.
The raw, industrial space programmes exhibitions and events, displaying the best in art & design.
See shows and exhibitions and take part in our vibrant festivals.
Watching a blockbuster at the BFI IMAX, the UK's largest cinema screen.
Oxo Tower Wharf
The Oxo Tower has been a Thames-side landmark since the 1930s. During this time, it had many owners including the Liebig Extract of Meat Company who produced the iconic Oxo Cube.
After becoming derelict in the 1970s, the building and surrounding land were bought by Coin Street Community Builders and developed into the thriving mixed-use neighbourhood it is today.
Florence Nightingale Museum
Who was the real Lady with the Lamp? Travel through three pavilions to relive Florence’s childhood, understand her experiences in the Crimean War and discover how she pioneered modern nursing practice. Her story is brought to life through unique collections, interactive displays and art installations.
The Old Vic
The legendary theatre presents an exciting and eclectic programme.
House Of Vans
Underground tunnels housing a gallery, music venue, cinema, diner and of course, skate park.