St John’s International Baccalaureate students Viki Rutt, Olivia Freeman (pictured) and Emily Palmer organised the evening featuring
Arts & Entertainment - Reviews
It was a very different matter in the on-stage bar. The landlady and landlord of this Northern, post-knock-through pub welcome (if that’s the right word) a series of drinkers who reveal
It was a privilege to have been at the concert given last Saturday (November 30) by Simone Dinnerstein (piano) and Stephan Loges (bass-baritone) in aid of the Marlborough Brandt Group. It took place in the Memorial Hall, Marlborough College by kind permission of the Master.
His aunt Priscilla remained so for decades, as Nicholas revealed on Tuesday night when he came to
What a breath of fresh air! For the new Marlborough Young Actors’ first production this was a big ask: three young actors on stage for the entire production of John Godber’s play Teechers as they act a whole register of fellow students and a staff room of teachers.
Atlantic Odyssey – a Journey through Music had its triumphant world premiere on Sunday evening (October 20) in St Peter’s Roman Catholic Church, Swindon. The performance received a standing ovation from a packed audience of around 450 people.
Online may be heralded as the future of publishing, but former St John’s student James Aitcheson, whose final novel in a trilogy about the Norman Conquest is published on Thursday, is doing remarkably well.
- Roll up, roll up, for the best party in town
- Pewsey Music Festival shrugs off the rain and clouds and gets down to a great mix of sounds
- Our refusal to listen to voice of history has resulted in the disasters of Afghanistan
- St John’s science fair draws huge crowds – and challenges minds of young and old
- Angels and the Apocalypse – St John’s Players at The Theatre on the Hill