A Level Page to Stage pupils along with Drama and Theatre students were privileged to engage with two of this country's leading stage and screen actors to discuss Simon Stephens' new version of Chekhov's 'The Seagull'.
The Raymond Chandler Library welcomed award winning author Stewart Foster for a lunch time talk on Monday 16 October.
Tuesday 10th October 2017 was a very special day in the history of the CCF at the College.
The annual Music Scholars' Concert was given on Tuesday 10 October in the Old Library.
The Upper School Symposium took place on Thursday 5 October, and this year's theme was 'Uncertainty'.
On Monday 9 October the U9 A and B teams attended the Eaton Square School 6-a-side Tournament at Battersea Park.
Boys in the Remove and their parents were invited to attend the Beyond Dulwich Evening to learn more about the opportunities open to them once they have left the College.
On Thursday 5 October the U11 squad travelled to Alleyn's School to play in the ISFA seven-a-side London regional tournament.
Dulwich College musicians performed their first lunchtime concert of the series at Christ’s Chapel in Dulwich Village.
It was a great pleasure to welcome 24 teams and over 250 Year 5 players to this year’s tournament, held at Dulwich College on 3 October.
The annual Instrumental, Singing Day was held at the College on Thursday 28 September.
Dulwich College’s Modern Languages Department celebrated the European Day of Languages with a range of pupil-centred free-learning activities and sessions last week.
Thursday 28 September saw the launch of a new community project.
Throughout the Michaelmas term, the under 13, under 15 and 1st XI football teams have all begun their national cup competitions.
Dedicated to the wives of two Former Governors, the newly completed Memorial Garden is situated alongside the Grimshaw designed Laboratory building.
The 17th Thwaites Bach Competition took place in the Old Library on Thursday 21 September in the company of the Competition’s benefactor, Professor Sir Bryan Thwaites OA (1936-40).
The Union Fair on Friday 22 September was a big success, with more than 40 societies presenting.
What a wonderful evening. The Friends set up team and table hosts began setting up early, anticipating lots of guests, keen to taste their country cuisine.
Congratulations to Noah Armitage-Hookes who continues his success in the National 5000m rankings.
Olufemi ‘Femi’ Sofolarin (Sixth Form) was a team member of the Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Athletics Club that won the U20 National Finals of the UK Youth Development League (UKYDL).