Julian Lloyd (CR 1991 – ) – Online & Mount House Exhibition

Julian Lloyd’s work as an artist will surprise many. His commitment to painting is at least as long as his long career as Head of Classics at Marlborough and the pieces in this exhibition are just a small selection of an extraordinary outpouring. Working in watercolour appeals to many who embark upon the complicated business […]

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Russell’s International Call

Congratulations to Alex Russell (C2 2010-14) who has been included in the Canada 7’s squad for their forthcoming round of fixtures. Alex now travels to Dubai with the Canadian squad to take part in the Emirates Invitational 7s. The trip will include two tournament weekends for a number of the best rugby sevens teams in […]

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Event Review – “The Fight Against Modern Slavery”

More than 80 guests joined the Marlburian Monday on 8th March to hear Julia de Boinville (TU 2006-08) talk about ‘The Fight Against Modern Slavery’. Julia, the co-founder, along with HRH Princess Eugenie, of The Anti-Slavery Collective (TASC), gave a superb and informative presentation explaining how the Collective is endeavouring to raise awareness, convene changemakers, […]

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Damian Katkhuda (B1 1983-87) New Record Deal

Congratulations to Damian Katkhuda (B1 1983-87) whose band, The Mostar Diving Club (pictured above performing at our Celebration of the Individual concert in February 2020), signed a new contract with BMG last week. We look forward to hearing his new music soon.

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Event Review – Mental Health & Optimising Well Being

During our virtual ‘Question Time’ on the topic of Mental Health the panel of experts explored the challenges that modern living poses to our mental health as well as strategies for optimising our well-being. Club Chair, Karen Hill (B2/MM 1988-90), moderated the evening, guiding the conversation between panellists and posing questions from the audience. The […]

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Page Fuller (MO 2008-13) at Cheltenham

Page Fuller (MO 2008-13) will undoubtedly be delighted to have a ride in the Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys Handicap race at Cheltenham Festival, the equivalent of the Olympics in the jump racing world. Her mount, First Lord de Cuet, is trained by Martin’s son David, the race run in his father’s honour and now in […]

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