The Silver Tassie 2021

On Monday 7 June 2021, the Old Marlburian Golfing Society (OMGS) put forward a team in The Silver Tassie, a ladies golf competition for alumnae of independent schools. See the OMGS page for the full report.

Read More

The Return of the Pico Players

After a lengthy absence, The Pico Players, Rosie Wintour (MM 1996-2001) are delighted to be reunited and performing once again. They are recording a series of short concerts with some wonderful soloists which they will be sharing for a limited time on their YouTube Channel. Their first performance is Beethoven’s Violin Concerto with Freya Goldmark.

Read More

Event Review – SW France dinner

We met chez John Wilkinson in Le Castéra on Saturday 23 May. Having had to miss out on last year’s lunch – the Year of the Plague – we were determined to make a show this year even if it meant keeping numbers down to six and below. Quality rather than quantity! With Rupert (C3 […]

Read More

Michael Elwyn (B3 1956-61) in Under Milk Wood

Michel Elwyn (B3 1956-61) wrote to us to tell us that he is back at the National Theatre in the final week of rehearsal for Under Milk Wood. The performance will be the reopening show in the socially distanced, reduced capacity, Olivier Theatre from June 16th to July 24th. He is playing assorted characters (Mog […]

Read More

Marlborough College in 100 Portraits

If you are near Marlborough during June, do drop in to the Mount House Gallery to see the latest exhibition by artist-in-residence Katyuli Lloyd (MO 1998-2003). Katyuli conceived of “Marlborough in 100 Portraits” after the first Covid Lockdown. “The idea of portraits and celebrating people, in the context of lockdown and having not been able […]

Read More

Marlburian Monday – Michelle Jana Chan (TU 1990-92) ‘Hitchhiking, Galaxies, and why travel is not bad for the planet’

The final Marlburian Monday talk of this academic year, entitled ‘Hitchhiking, Galaxies, and why travel is not bad for the planet’ will be given by Michelle Jana Chan (TU 1990-92) at 8pm on Monday 14th June. Travel Editor of Vanity Fair and award-winning writer Michelle will discuss some of her poignant travel experiences on journeys around […]

Read More

no emotions by Jemima May (NC 2013-18) and Sophie Wheeler (EL 2013-18)

no emotions, a clothing collection by Jemima May (NC 2013-18) and Sophie Wheeler (EL 2013-18), is growing in leaps and bounds. Described as “a young British brand who design high quality clothes, to be worn day and night”. Their “designs are beautifully made and very versatile, from a lazy pyjama day to a hectic day […]

Read More

Obituary – Lt Col Neil Lockhart (B1 1939-43)

Lt Col Neil Lockhart, son of General Sir Rob Lockhart KCB CIE MC, was born in Edinburgh on 1st June 1925 and died in Gillingham, Dorset on 1st May 2020. He was educated at Cargilfield School, Edinburgh and Marlborough College, where he represented the school at rugby and cricket. On leaving school in 1943, Neil […]

Read More