Hattie Briggs to be interviewed on Radio 2

Hattie Briggs (MM 2006-11) and her band will be performing live on Radio 2 this weekend, Sunday June 30th. They will be interviewed by Richard Madeley as part of the Michael Ball show. They will play their first song at around 11:50am and second song around 12:10 They will also be playing at a series […]

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Etchings by Christopher Hughes

There are two etchings of C House and A House with Chapel on display on the Art School walls that are dignified, low-key, technically accomplished and compellingly beautiful the more one takes the time to view both. Their author is Christopher Wyndham Hughes (CR 1920-46) who taught and lead art at Marlborough when the department […]

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Emerald Fennel (NC 1998-2003)

Not only has Emerald Fennel (NC 1998-2003) written the new series of Killing Eve, due on British screens later in the year, but she is also due to star in the upcoming Netflix royal saga The Crown in the role of Camilla Parker Bowles. This Times article shares all her recent successes. Unfortunately, you will […]

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Anthony Inglis (C3 1966-69) moves to the London Concert Orchestra

ANTHONY Inglis (C3 1966-69, nee Howard-Williams) who is credited with being one of the most frequent performers at The Royal Albert Hall has, after 25 years, left the National Symphony Orchestra and is now The Music Director of the London Concert Orchestra who continue to give regular performances in all the major London concert halls. […]

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OMs link up for Christmas on Broadway

DAVID Mahoney (C3 2001-06) and Joe Arkwright (SU 2011-15) are both on stage tonight – featuring in Christmas on Broadway. Arkwright – who was born in C3 – is a second year trombonist at the RWCMD. During his time at Marlborough, Mahoney was a Music Scholar and a member of Big Band on bass guitar, […]

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