OM Focus: Tim Triptree (TU 1989-94)

Tim Triptree (TU 1989-94), international wine director at Christie’s, recently hosted a wine tasting lunch event – exclusively for OMs – at Bar Boulud at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park. After what was an insightful occasion for those OMs in attendance, Tim discussed his career to date, his role, liaison with The Marlburian Club and a […]

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Coconuts Organic

The Club office received a welcome gift of two tubs of Coconut Organic ice cream (Choc Orange and Double Caramel) on Monday from Cecily Mills (MO 1996-2001). Delicious! Cecily founded the vegan ice cream brand four years ago and it has been a busy few months for her and her small team of four, including […]

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Growth of The Marlburian Club

The Marlburian Club continues to grow in many areas. A number of year-groups have enjoyed an expanded programme of reunions for five, 25, 30, 40 and 50 years and we look forward to House reunions for Summerfield and Elmhurst in June and September. OMs have also found MC Global Connect a useful way to keep up the […]

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Healthcare Event

Thank you to the 49 OMs and Parents who registered for the Healthcare event at the impressive Medical Society of London on Monday 18th February.  Our special guests, Hugh Pym (C1 1973-77) and Sir Christopher Edwards (LI 1955-60) were on top form as they discussed their diverse careers and experiences within the healthcare sector. Nothing was off the table […]

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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 celebrate Oxbridge Offers

Congratulations to the six Old Marlburians who have been offered places at Oxford and Cambridge Universities; the pupils, listed below, should be truly proud of their achievements. Scarlett Atkinson (NC 2013-18) History of Art – Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge Abbey Fawcett (CO 2016-18) Psychological and Behavioural Sciences – St Catharine’s College, Cambridge Francesca Hamilton […]

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Communications Networking

Another hugely successful business networking event was held last week. Hosted by the Communications Professional Group, Jeremy Cohen (B2 1986-90) spoke about “Finding Growth in a Disrupted World”. Comments we received after event included: “Thank you so much for organising a fantastic event yesterday evening. It was brilliant to hear Jeremy’s fascinating insight into retail […]

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Reed Smith Appointment

BECCA Naylor (MM 2003-08) has become Reed Smith’s Pro Bono Manager for Europe, the Middle East and Asia (EMEA). Becca started working there as a trainee in 2014 following a strong background in human rights. You can read more about her story and rise through the ranks here.

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King Lear In Brooklyn

MICHAEL Pennington (PR 1957-61), who toured as Lear in Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy King Lear this year, has published a book about his experiences. “King Lear In Brooklyn” is Pennington’s meditations on grappling with Shakespeare’s greatest role, and gives a fascinating insight into the punishing mental and physical impact the role can have on those who […]

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Gold Award Winner

LAST year’s BBC Radio 2 series 30 Years Man And Boy, A Calmer Chameleon: The Boy George Story, was written and produced by Lewis Borg-Cardona (BH 1973-77). The programme, for Magnum Opus Broadcasting, has just won a Gold Award at the 2016 New York Festivals ‘World’s Best Radio Programs‘ competition. Click here to list Add […]

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