Cedars Hall is a world class performing arts venue, opened in autumn 2016 and designed by leading London architect, Eric Parry, and is the most audacious development in the history of Wells Cathedral School.
Cedars Hall provides the capacity for audiences of 350 in its main recital hall named Eavis Hall after our Old Wellensian Michael Eavis, CBE, founder of the Glastonbury Festival. Eavis Hall is a flexible and modern performance space accommodating an orchestra of 60 performers and an audience of 250, with other configurations possible through adaptation of seating and platforms. Whilst the hall’s award-winning design was devised to give chamber musicians the very best acoustic experience, the flexibility of the technical specification means that this venue is accessible for performers of every discipline – for amplified music, dance, drama and lectures.
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