Recent College News

Gallery: CCF Biennial Inspection

Category: CCF, General, Events

The latest CCF Biennial Inspection took place at the College on Wednesday 2nd March.The inspecting officer on this occasion was Brigadier McClean, MBE, Head of Army Equipment.Brigadier McClean was very complimentary about the good levels of leadership that he saw at all levels during his time with... More »

Wovoka Gentle

Category: Events, General, Community

The second of two performances by bands from Seb Fagg’s (C1 2004-09) Yucatan record label took place in the Mem Hall on Saturday 5th March. After a sequence of electronic music by Tom Niven (B1 2004-09), Wovoka Gentle (Will Stokes (B1 2003-08), Immie Mason and Ellie Mason) treated us to a... More »

Review: Art Scholars' Exhibition

Category: Art, General, Events

The Art Scholars’ show, this year titled ‘Never Mind The Sex Pistols Here’s The Art Scholars’, is always a valuable opportunity to view the work of some of our most talented artists. This year, the exhibition was curated by Artist in Residence, Archie Franks and Senior Art Scholar, Jemima Jones (NC... More »

Review: Careers Speed Dating

Category: General, Events

A group of Old Marlburians were invited back to Marlborough on Tuesday 9th February to talk about their current careers and how they got there. As a year group who is currently having to figure out, at least for the near future, what we may want to do with our lives we were given the opportunity to... More »

Poetry Society and Creative Writing

Category: Academic, General, Events

There was a joint meeting of Poetry Society with the Creative Writing group on Thursday 11th February: an Own Verse and Prose evening held in Adderley.  There were readers from the Remove, Lower Sixth and Upper Sixth providing an evening of excellent quality original work, introduced and read... More »

Review: Southbank Sinfonia

Category: Music, General, Events

It is always a pleasure to hear the sound of a young orchestra, full of youthful musicianship and integrity, passion and pride of place. Southbank Sinfonia, conducted by Simon Over produced a wonderfully balanced programme complemented by sensitive playing, expression, and a great sense of musical... More »

Review: Orchestral and ensembles concert

Category: Music, General, Events

The annual visit of the Southbank Sinfonia is hugely anticipated by all the students involved. For two days the side-by-side arrangement requires real commitment and concentration by all of the players. As strange as it seems, this does not appear to create exhaustion but rather lift the spirits... More »

Review: In The Marlborough Night Garden

Category: Events, General, Academic

It is a rare occurrence that one has the opportunity to see what is out there. Not so by travelling to the far corners of the earth, or looking up and seeing the moon, but seeing objects that are up to 23 million light years from our very own galaxy. The prize-winning astrophotographer Gavin James,... More »

Review: Illumination

Category: Events, General, Community

The Michaelmas Term’s Illumination was anticipated eagerly with the promise of more variety and more comedy performances following the musical dominance of last year’s shows.  The new team of Will Heard (LI U6), Keya Punja (MO U6), Charlotte Russell (MO U6) and Alice Studdert-Kennedy (NC U6)... More »

OMs take the stage

Category: Music, Events, General

A number of OMs on the Yucatan records label performed in the Mem Hall on Saturday evening.Josh Edwards (BH 2004-09), Josh Jordan (LI 2004-09), Will Stokes (B1 2003-08) and Seb Fagg (C1 2004-09) all performed alongside Blanco White on stage.To find out more about Yucatan Records and George Cosby... More »

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