Recent College News

Review: Paul Chapman

Category: Speakers, General

It was a huge pleasure for both the Politics and History of Art Societies to host Paul Chapman, nationally renowned Art Historian and permanent curator of the Longford Castle art collection. Paul was invited to share his expertise on Art in Politics and to explain the relationship between these two... More »

Review: Jeremy Hunter

Category: Speakers, General

Earlier this term the Politics Society was privileged to host a visiting lecture on "Life inside North Korea" by photojournalist and former TV documentary maker Jeremy Hunter. Armed with numerous high quality slides depicting many different aspects of the strange world inside the hermit... More »

Review: Orchestral & Ensembles Concert

Category: Music, General, Events

This is always the most moving concert of the year as we say goodbye to the leavers who have put in years of hard work and dedication. Sporting their traditional red rose and standing for their individual ovation, they sum up what it is to be a Marlburian! The evening began with the Master cutting... More »

1843 Society Luncheon

Category: Events, General, Music

The 1843 Society Luncheon was held in The Adderley on Sunday 22nd May with 50 guests in attendance.Those present enjoyed an excellent lunch before hearing from the Master, Jonathan Leigh, and the President of the 1843 Society, Martin Evans. Music scholars Finn Kverndal (C1 Re) and Darcey Goble (MM... More »

University Successes 2016

Category: Academic, General, Pupil Achievements

Over the course of this academic year Marlburians have succeeded on a great number of fronts at the College, and for many, their achievements have been crowned by acceptances to some of the world’s greatest universities.  On the UK scene, eighteen received offers or unconditional places from... More »

History and the Arts Society

Category: Trips

The Junior HATA (History and the Arts Society) were out and about on Tuesday 17th May.They are pictured here during a visit to Chisbury Iron Age camp and its 14th century ruined chapel. More »

Review: Jazz Evening

Category: Music

What a very delightful Jazz Evening we were all treated to - the smoky black that the ensembles were all dressed in oozed jazzy finesse and cool and what we saw was as brilliant as what we went on to hear.  The students' enjoyment of playing and participating radiated out of them and was just... More »

C3 Partnership a Winner

Category: Sport

Pack It In, trained by C3 parent, Brian Meehan and owned by the C3 Partnership, carries the maroon and white colours to victory in the The Weatherbys Hamilton Handicap Stakes at Bath Racecourse on Wednesday 11th May. More »

Review: Choral Evensong

Category: Music, General, Community

Sunday 8th May 2016This was an ambitious and original undertaking, in which the ranks of the Chapel Choir were swelled by Old Marlburians and visiting singers from Lambrook School and the Children’s Choir of St. John the Divine, Kennington. Conducting duties were shared between Alex Hodgkinson,... More »

Transit of Mercury

Category: Community, General, Events

The Blackett Observatory will be open for the Transit of Mercury on Monday 9th May. The planet Mercury transits across the face of the Sun roughly 12 times a century, whilst not as rare as a Venus transit, it is not always well placed for observation.  Last time it was well viewed from... More »

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