On the 27 January, Ted Craig OA gave an exciting and engaging talk about alternative careers in law;
On the afternoon of Friday 24 January, Dr Joe Spence, the Master, Simon Yiend, COO, and College colleagues welcomed...
Our congratulations to those who have been honoured in the New Year’s Honours list. Dame Floella Benjamin OBE DL, former Governor and past parent, received a DBE for her services to charity.
Also honoured were Commander Graham Hockley OA who received the title of LVO and Eoin Morgan OA, England One Day International Cricket Captain who was awarded a DBE for his services to cricket.
The Alleynian, is the annual magazine recording the activities of the school year at Dulwich College and beyond. Issue 707 looks back on the extraordinary events of our quatercentenary year, as well as looking forward to the future for all those in our global community.
On the 20 January 2020 Peter Petyt, an OA from 4 Rivers Legal, delivered a fascinating talk to the Law Society of Dulwich College.
Congratulations to the OAAFC as they secured promotion to the Arthurian Premier Division.
Following their sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last year, Jez Bond OA, founder and artisitic director at Park Theatre, Finsbury Park, presents the story of Ernest Shackleton's expedition to Antartica.
Five OAs lined up along with 250 other harriers ten days before Christmas ready to tackle the tricky five mile course over Wimbledon Common.
It was great to see so many of the 2019 leavers last night for a drink. Merry Christmas to all!
The College’s Carols by Candlelight 2019 was held at Southwark Cathedral on Friday 6 December.
On Wednesday the College 1st XV welcomed back Josh Ibuanokpe (2007-2014).
Dulwich College welcomes Graham Ward CBE as a Fellow of Dulwich College.
OAs Femi Sofolarin and Oludara Odunlami are making huge strides in the shortened version of the game.
On the evening of Monday 11 November, The Old Library hosted our first Humanities and Languages Networking evening.
Ekow Quartey (OA), who is shortly to play Macbeth at Shakespeare’s Globe, rehearsed ’Macbeth’ with Megan Basham (Lady Macbeth) and Louis Rudnicki (Macbeth) last night.
Many thanks to all the OAs who attended the first Humanities and Languages networking event last night. We’re very grateful for their support, and the insights and advice they shared with current pupils.
On Saturday, Old Alleynians living and working in Shanghai joined us for drinks at our Dulwich College Reunion.
On Monday 4 November, Marco De Benedictis (OA) led a stimulating discussion on sustainable finance at the Credit Suisse building in the heart of Canary Wharf
October 14 saw the fifteenth and final lecture evening in the GE Moore series.
The 157th meeting of Dulwich and Bedford’s 1st XV’s as part of the 400 anniversary celebrations was always going to be a special occasion.