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At the heart of English folk

Trefusis

Trefusis Hall is one of the most flexible rooms at Cecil Sharp House. It is used as a dance studio, for medium-sized concerts, dances, rehearsals, training days, conferences and banquets. With a sprung floor, mirrored wall and doors opening out onto the walled garden, this is a pleasant and versatile space.

The floor was replaced and the room was fully redecorated in 2017.

  • Room Size: 14 x 8m
  • Capacity: 120 seated theatre-style, 80 for sit down dining
  • Sprung wooden floor
  • Mirrored wall
  • Direct access to private walled garden, toilets and cafe
  • Upright piano
  • Curtains for blackout or privacy
  • Accessible by lift or stairs
  • AV equipment on request (charges may apply)

 
Ideal for
 parties, conferences, auditions and workshops, rehearsals and concerts.

Lady Mary Trefusis was President of the English Folk Dance Society from 1913 until her death in 1927.