The Perfect setting for your Event
The Music Room is a quiet, spacious and soothing place for people to meet, sing, exercise, work, and display.
Since it’s refurbishment in 2014, the new floor, paintwork and lighting all lend themselves to providing a welcoming space that people to enjoy coming to and spending time in.
We provide a friendly, personal and affordable service in a venue that has an historical feeling and appearance, but is also a practical space for so many different requirements.
Whatever your needs, please get in touch for a no obligation chat to see how we can help. We look forward to welcoming you to The Music Room.
Our choir have used the Music Room for weekly rehearsals for nearly two years, and it is the perfect venue for music-making. It is just the right size for the choir (numbers have ranged from ten to twenty singers), and the excellent acoustics, enhanced by the stripped floorboards, make for a really warm sound whilst allowing us to hear details really well. Good lighting and good heating in winter are a plus.
The Music Room is on a very quiet street, right next to a fantastic sculpture garden on one side and a lovely old courtyard on the other, so we always feel we are coming to rehearse in a rather special environment, and this certainly helps us get into the right frame of mind from the word go.Tim Herdon
The Music Room is a fantastic venue to hold my stretching classes. It’s light and
bright and this is certainly a factor in creating a friendly, but also calming atmosphere in
which my participants can really get the most out of their exercise and relaxation.Denise W
I really like the fact that it is a private space, quiet and away from passing traffic. It almost feels like it could be my front room. The space is very clean and lends itself to creating whatever atmosphere you fancy. Gemma and family are really friendly, helpful and accommodating of realistic, if strange requests.
For me the main thing is that it is not a soulless hall, it is someone’s home and carries all the positives this brings.Sandy Hellig