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.
Dulwich College is delighted to have been awarded Independent School of the Year 2019 for the Performing Arts by Independent School Parent magazine.
'Phoenix and Unicorn' previewed on 19 September and is now open for visits by appointment until 17 October.
The now annual basketball match between the OAs and the College took place last Thursday, 19 September
The OAs took on the school’s Badminton team last Thursday, 19 September.
The Drama department are very proud of current pupils in Year 12 and 13 who performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this summer with Young Pleasance in their original musical comedy, A Grave Situation.
The Alleynian Sailing Society, celebrating its 35th year, took to the waters of the Solent in July to provide teaching and mentorship to 18 Dulwich boys.
On the weekend of 20-21 July Year 13 Leaver Oludara Odunlami, was selected to make his debut and represent England at the European 7’s Grand Prix held in Lodz, Poland.
It is a pleasure to report that our Year 11 pupils have achieved excellent GCSE results.
Dulwich College Year 13 students received their A level results this morning.
If you are planning a trip to Scotland this month, be sure to catch one of the thrilling and inventive theatre productions at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival featuring Alleynians and OAs.
OAs in Melbourne met up on 2 August at Meatworks Co. for a splendid reunion lunch to celebrate the 400th Anniversary of Dulwich College.
Sydney marked the 400th year with dinner on 1st August.