Graves Hall

It’s easy to see why the airy, graceful Graves Hall was chosen as the main venue for important College events when No.6 was opened in 1864. It is decorated with very fine plasterwork, which includes the monogram of Queen Victoria, the reigning monarch at the time of construction. Marble statues representing 19th century Presidents of the College stand in each corner.

Bright and spacious, this flexible space is an impressive setting for ceremonies, banquets, exhibitions, drinks receptions and large social gatherings.


Exam 64

Classroom 96

Theatre 126

Hollow block 46

Boardroom 46

Banquet 120

Reception 150

U-shape 38

Cabaret 63

Dimensions (Approximately)