This charged and intimate production of Shakespeare’s darkest and most atmospheric play was visually stunning.
On Monday, the Year 13s from Dulwich College and JAGS came together to wrap presents for the Southwark-based charity Little Village, which is making sure that no child in Southwark is without a present at Christmas.
On Wednesday the College 1st XV welcomed back Josh Ibuanokpe (2007-2014).
Year 8 pupils showed Home Alone over two lunchtimes this week in the Raymond Chandler Library to raise money for our charity partner, Save the Children.
For the last three years students from Dulwich College have been working in Dulwich Park as one of our community action projects. The core focus in the early years was the American Garden.
At the Chartered Institute of Linguists award ceremony four Dulwich boys were amongst the eight nationally who scored 100% in the 'Real Lives' suite of examinations.
Dulwich College welcomes Graham Ward CBE as a Fellow of Dulwich College.
Almost 500 students from across the College crammed into the Great Hall on Tuesday lunchtime to listen to the Upper School candidates representing the five main parties in the DC Mock Election.
The Badminton Programme continues to go from strength to strength with coach Mr Kettle, ably assisted by Mr Suddaby, Mr Ottewill and Mr Annett, leading the Senior boys to recent victories against Tonbridge, KCS and Whitgift as they remain unbeaten so far this year.
Ralph Buckle, from the Institute of Economic Affairs, delivered an excellent lecture to the Economics Society on the topic the sharing economy.
Budding writers in the Middle School enjoyed hearing first-hand about the process of becoming a published novelist.
Well done to our two Year 8 teams who competed yesterday in the International Kids’ Lit Quiz regional heats.
The College’s annual Winter Concert was held on Monday 25 November in Cadogan Hall.
From 11 – 15 November 2019, Dulwich College’s Modern Languages Department embarked on a “Lingva festivalo” (Esperanto for “Languages Festival”) – a week of pupil-centred free-learning activities ranging from crêpe-making to seminars on post A level Language study and careers.
The Foundation Schools’ Lunchtime Concert series celebrated its 150th concert on Wednesday 20 November.
Boys participating in the National Theatre's New Views script writing programme were treated to a vibrant workshop led by Sonia Jalaly last week.
Upper School House Drama 2019 provided a real treat for the packed house in the Edward Alleyn Theatre and our adjudicator, Jez Bond (OA) artistic director of the Park Theatre.
Jack Probert, Year 13, has been named Goldsmiths Young Writer 2019 for his short story, 'This is the Night'.
Included in the Service were canticles by Stanley Wilson, former Director of Music at the College.