Illumination is always one of the most anticipated events of each term and this first performance of the year with a new line up of presenters and producers India Gaul (EL U6), Ollie Fairweather (SU L6), Emily Taplin (MO U6) and Harry Humphreys (C2 U6) did not disappoint.
By popular demand the... More »
In the December 2012 edition of Rugby World Magazine the Marlborough College 1st XV are named Team of the Month.
The text below is reproduced from the published article:
A first Team of the Month award for Marlborough, who, under No 8 Charlie Pascoe, made their finest start to a season in... More »
'Life of Galileo’, a play by Berthold Brecht which highlights overcoming adversity and the necessity of a society that is open to change, was vibrantly performed by its cast and brilliantly directed by Jane Darby. With simple architecture and a Brechtian performance style it had strong... More »
After becoming Area Champions on Wednesday 3rd October the U14A Netball team were determined to succeed again and progress through to the next round of the Annual County Netball tournament on Sunday 18th November at Dauntsey's.In the group stages they achieved the following results:Marlborough v... More »
The Smallbore Shooting team's senior IV won the English Schools 50m challenge on Saturday, beating teams from Wellington, Gresham's, Abingdon, Sherborne and Dauntsey's. This is the first time Marlborough have won this prestigious competition, previously dominated by Wellington and Greshams, and... More »
The Poetry Society was delighted to host the launch of Jacob Polley's latest book The Havocs. Jacob ran a workshop for members of the Poetry Society, as well as giving a reading of some of his poems in Adderley in the evening. It was a fantastic day enjoyed by all those attended, and offered a... More »
It was a big day in the CCF on Remembrance Sunday. Every cadet was involved in one way or another. For the L6 cadets, their role was easily the most public. They took part in a parade down the Marlborough High Street, complete with bands and bagpipes, the bagpipes played by Marlburians and... More »
13th November witnessed another Evening Pupils’ Recital held in the Goodison Hall, which these days is particularly atmospheric with its new lighting rig. An enthusiastic and informed audience was on hand to enjoy an eclectic array of music performed by some extremely worthy Music... More »
After weeks of preparation, costume designing and learning preps, the Remove Shakespeare festival had arrived. The first play was Much Ado About Nothing and it started the evening with a song. This relaxed the audience and the night began.
As the song finished, we watched the story of Claudio... More »
The latest sculpture to be hosted in Court was installed this week. 'God-rod' by Lucy Strachan, is an 11 metre high, carbon fibre rod, coated with maroon nylon filaments. The weighted base rests on the lawn and rocks according to the strength of the wind.
Unfortunately, the weather conditions on... More »