03 March 2011

An enthralling evening of sporting knowledge and prowess was possibly being held somewhere on Thursday 3rd March, but at the Brighton College Sports Quiz the name of the game was definitely fun and fundraising.  Ian Braid kicked off the evening showcasing the fantastic work of SportsAid, joint recipient of the evening’s proceeds, who offer financial support to talented young sportsmen and women at the beginning of their careers.  John Inverdale was magnificent as quizmaster, encouraging competitive spirit and berating those underhand or rather under-table tactics being employed by certain teams.

14 January 2011 Glyndebourne Festival Opera 2011 opens on Saturday 21st May 2011, with performances throughout the summer until Sunday 28th August.  As ever, the stage is set for a stunning season, with a rich programme from Britten to Handel, offering the ultimate theatrical experience.

In collaboration with Glyndebourne, we have been able to secure a fantastic priority booking offer for Old Brightonians, allowing you to purchase tickets ahead of their release to the general public. You can take advantage of these exclusive booking rights between  Monday 21st February and Friday 4th March, before tickets go on sale to the public on 26th March.
28 November 2010

Geoff Crosthwaite (B. 1950-55 ) who died, in Epsom Hospital, on the 28th Nov 2010 aged 73, after a long illness bravely fought, was a stalwart supporter of Bristol House and the College. He was of an adventurous nature which led to his discovery of part of an original 1860 Corps uniform, whilst on ‘drill’, cleaning the depths of the Armoury.

23 November 2010 Donald Adamson Carr died on 23rd November 2010 aged 98.
12 October 2010 Geoffrey Jarman died on 12th october 2010.
05 October 2010 Raymond T Wattenbach died on 5th October 2010
08 October 2010

The College's innovative Entrepreneurship Programme was attended by a panel of OB judges today as part of the ongoing process to choose 3 business propositions that will receive the funding required to realise and commercialise.

25 July 2010 David G Lacey (D. 1947-52) died on Sunday 25th July 2010 after a long illness. David attended the Royal Veterinary College in London and after gaining experience with other vets, ran his own practice in Sturminster Newton for 40 years before illness forced him to retire in 2000.

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