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  • International Evening

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    Friday 22 September 2017
    7.00-10.00pm
    The Great Hall, Dulwich College
    (Open to parents)

    A fun and informal evening organised by the Friends of Dulwich College which embraces the cultural diversity of the College.  A chance for new parents to meet socially and start to feel part of the College community as they meet other parents and staff, whilst enjoying the vast array of cuisine and celebrating the culture of each country represented.  

    For further information or for any queries, please contact Helen Humphreys  helen@humphreys-online.co.uk or friends@dulwich.org.uk

  • GE Moore Lecture

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    Played in Dulwich: Charting the heritage of the village at play

     Thursday 5 October 2017
    6.30-9pm
    James Caird Hall and George Farha Auditorium, The Laboratory
    (Open to the public)

    Could Dulwich be unique? Simon Inglis, sports and architectural historian and author of Played in London, thinks so, with its concentration of sports grounds and range of sports, quite possibly unmatched in urban Britain. In the heart of this sport-scape is, of course, Dulwich College. Completing the sporting theme for the evening will be Daniel Norcross OA, broadcaster and inventor of Test match Sofa, who will discuss cricket and promoting the game today, as well as an art exhibition from Henry Fraser OA.

    Tickets £10, available from lectureseries@dulwich.org.uk.
  • Upper School Symposium

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    Thursday 5 October 2017
    Dulwich College
    (For students in Years 12 & 13)

    Held every October, now in its seventh year, the Symposium is the Upper School’s keynote academic event. For one day, all boys in the Upper School are taken off-timetable, in order to explore academic areas beyond the curriculum.  A day packed full of enquiry, discussion and debate for all boys in Year 12 and Year 13 and guest students from our local partnership schools.

    This year’s theme is ‘Uncertainty’. 

  • Dulwich Literary Festival

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    Friday 10 November to Sunday 12 November 2017
    Dulwich College
    (Open to the public) 

    The programme will be announced and tickets will go on sale at the end of September 2017.

  • ‘Dulwich Political’ a Free Learning week

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    Monday 13 November to Friday 17 November 2017
    Dulwich College
    (For Dulwich College pupils)

    Each year Dulwich College provides a cross-curricular Free Learning week that takes a focus centred around a theme. In 2016 it was Dulwich Linguistic, in 2015 Dulwich Inventive and in 2014 Dulwich Creative. This year’s theme is ‘Dulwich Political’.

    Full details to follow in the Michaelmas term. 

  • The Winter Concert

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    Tuesday 28 November 2017
    7pm
    St John’s Smith Square

    The annual concert will feature the Concert Choir and Madrigal Choir, the College Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra and Symphonic Wind Band.

    Full details to follow in the Michaelmas term from the Music Department. 

  • Carols By Candlelight

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    Friday 8 December 2017
    7pm
    Southwark Cathedral
    (Boys and parents, Years 9-13)

    The College’s Chapel Choir lead a traditional carol Service of music and readings. This Service is open to all boys in the Upper and Middle Schools and their parents.

    Full details to follow in the Michaelmas term from the Music Department.

  • Britten’s War Requiem

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    Monday 19 February 2018
    7pm

    Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre
    (Open to the public)

    Britten’s War Requiem will be performed by the Foundation Schools of Alleyn’s, Dulwich College and James Allen’s Girls’ School (JAGS) to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the end of the Great War, and the pupils and staff who selflessly served their country between 1914 and 1918. 

    The Joint Foundation Schools Orchestra and Chorus will be joined by guest performers Jane Irwin soprano, Robin Tritschler tenor and Philip Tebb baritone.

    All welcome

    Tickets available from Southbank Centre 

  • Junior School Symposium

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    Wednesday 21 February 2018
    Dulwich College
    (Dulwich College and JAPS pupils, Years 3-6)

    Now in its third year, the Junior School boys enjoy an action-packed day of Free Learning, exploration and fun.