MCCS Concert: Red Priest

Category: Music

‘Beautifully eccentric’, ‘colourful’, ‘brimming with virtuosity and originality’ and ‘absorbing’ are just a few superlatives that one could apply to the concert given by Red Priest in the Memorial Hall as the second concert in the series of the 2012/13 Marlborough College Concert Series... More »

Marlborough Excels... National Youth Orchestra

Category: Pupil Achievements

Savannah Brown (MO L6) and Henry Williams (CO U6) are currently members of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain.  Savannah has been recently promoted to one of the second principal violins and Henry is currently principal double bass. Both are long standing members of this... More »

Governor's Cup Rugby Video

Category: Sport

 England's oldest inter-schools rugby fixture, the Governor's Cup, took place on Saturday 29th September between Clifton and Marlborough, in the presence of 3,000 interested spectators, which included England head coach Stuart Lancaster. These teams first clashed in 1864 - the year that... More »

American University Fairs

Category: Trips, General

Last week, 25 students went to London to attend a number of American University Fairs featuring Universities from all over the country including NYU, Middlebury, Bowdoin, Harvard, Yale and Stanford to name a few. Some Canadian Universities were also present which added to the variety. The... More »

Marlborough Excels... Michael Miller

Category: Pupil Achievements

Michael has recently been awarded a Choral Scholarship to Exeter College, Oxford following an audition in September 2012. This is a huge achievement for Michael following an outstanding contribution to Chapel Choir over the years, which has seen him become Head of Choir for his final Upper Sixth... More »

Marlborough Excels... Ivo Devereux

Category: Pupil Achievements, General

Ivo Devereux (B1 U6) successfully auditioned last Easter for the 2012 NYT Summer Programme. Competition was intense and there were apparently around 2000 applicants auditioning for some 200 places. At 17 Ivo was, I believe, the youngest applicant to be accepted (most are 20-21) and it is... More »

'Illicit' the Dark side of Globalisation

Category: General, Speakers

This week the Politics Department was delighted to host award winning documentary maker Helen Fitzwilliam. She addressed a packed Ellis Theatre about the dark side of globalisation before showing her film ‘Illicit’. The documentary outlined in vivid detail how globalisation has allowed gangs and... More »

Ian Wilkins Exhibition Video

Category: Art, Events

Ian Wilkins, our newly appointed Artist-In-Residence at Marlborough College for 2012 - 2013, welcomed the College community to his first private view of exciting relief and three dimensional prints in the Mount House on Friday 28th September. Ian is a recent graduate from Cardiff School of Art... More »

Macmillan Coffee Morning

Category: Community

On Friday 29th September, Lyndel Moore and Rachel Bruce hosted a Macmillan 'World's Biggest Coffee Morning' event in Barton Hill. Sally Cripps, the dame of Barton Hill, Mrs Moore and members of the local community made a vast amount of cakes, which were sold throughout the morning, keeping the... More »

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