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Review: Orchestral & Ensembles Gala Concert

Category: Music

With the Saxophone Quartet providing a spirited introduction in the foyer of the Ellis Theatre, a capacity audience gathered for this summer’s Gala Concert, and what a feast of music was enjoyed! Alongside beautiful playing, other impressive musical skills, including conducting and composing, added... More »

Pupil Achievements: Summer Term

Category: Pupil Achievements

A list of pupil achievements from the Summer Term can be found here - or follow the latest news on Twitter @MarlboroughCol here. Congratulations to Archie Griffin (C3 L6) who represented Wales U18 over the Easter holiday period. He came off the bench against England, before further appearances... More »

Artist in Residence News

Category: General, Academic, Art

The Art School is delighted to announce that this year’s Artist in Residence, Julia Schuster, has just been selected to exhibit her work at the EUROPEAN CERAMIC CONTEXT 2018 held in Denmark. She will represent her nation Austria at the biannual showcase that presents the best of contemporary... More »

Junior Ski Trip to Les Ménuires

Category: General, Trips, Sport

Ned Finney (CO Sh) looks back on the Junior Ski Trip to Les Ménuires. Very early on the morning on the 25th of March, we left London to go to Les Ménuires in the French Alps. On arrival at the ski resort, we were overwhelmed by the snow conditions, some of the best snow we had ever seen at this... More »

Review: T.A Cotterell

Category: Trips

T.A. Cotterell, author of What Alice Knew came to speak at Marlborough on Friday 4th May about ‘Becoming an Author’; this was a fascinating insight into not only the process of writing, but also of the business of editing and marketing, and the reality of the modern publishing world. A far cry... More »

175/50 Art Exhibition opens tonight

Category: Art

Exhibition: OM 175/50: ART ‘NEW CONTEMPORARIES’  We are celebrating a fascinating collection of artworks, created by eight OM artists who have recently graduated from their degree and post graduate courses. The exhibition opens within the Mount House Gallery on Friday 11th May, from... More »

Blog: Ascension Day

Category: Community

My dog Rollo absolutely despises it when I leave the house and he has to stay. My constant companion believes it to be a complete injustice, a doggy-travesty, that I get to go outside but he must remain, alone, albeit in the comforts of the kitchen with his food and water, chew toy and very ample... More »

Blog: The Building Blocks of Success

Category: Sport

Strength and conditioning (S & C) forms one of the integrating factors associated with Marlborough College’s core mission to produce versatile pupils who can succeed at anything they choose to do. However, S & C is a relatively vague term, causing some people to question why S & C would... More »

Review: Peter Hall - Wasted Youth

Category: General

On Thursday 26th April the Remove attended a presentation by Peter Hall, from Wasted Youth. Peter spoke about the dangers of drugs and alcohol, but from a perspective that instantly caught the attention of the pupils. Firstly, he came from a very similar background to many of them: privately... More »

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