Nicholas Brice's (Ch./Le. 1972-76) award-winning Fringe Show returns for 15th year.
News from OBs
August's edition of Our Alumni features Vicky Lam.
Following a varied period of study and work, Vicky became a founding member of the charity, Dignify. She spoke to us about her charity work, gave her younger self some fantastic advice, and reminisced about food discoveries as a youngster in the UK.
Harlequins recently confirmed England, and British & Irish Lions fly-half, Marcus Smith (LE. 2011-17) has signed a contract extension with the Club.
The Old Brightonian has agreed a contract extension which will see the 24-year-old remain in Quins colours beyond the 2023/24 season.
Tosin Akinluyi (Fe. 1990-92) has been nominated as a finalist in the Financial Services Senior Leader of the Year category, at the Black British Business Awards 2023.
Nicholas Allan releases The King's Pants
Following the success of his previous books - including award-winning The Queen’s Knickers - Nicholas Allan is delighting young audiences with his new release, The King’s Pants (published April 2023 by Andersen Press).
Following her days at Brighton College, Lexie studied History at the University of Exeter, graduating in 2018 (BA Hons). She is now working towards a qualification as a solicitor – due to qualify in 2025.
Blind Create started in 2021 with the kind help of Alex Bremer (Ry. 1979-83) of 3Bweb.com. The aim was to launch a new online art tuition service for Blind and partially sighted people.
We caught up with Nick at our recent Old Brightonians President’s Lunch and heard about his fascinating career as a specialist in antiques and fine art. He tells us about corridor cricket, camaraderie in Durnford House and the joy of having triplets!
Emma Bishop (Blackshaw), granddaughter of Bill and Elizabeth Blackshaw, completed the London Marathon at the end of last month, raising a staggering £75,000 for Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.
Will Bicknell-Found is a comedy actor, as well as a private tutor and luxury goods marketeer. "Pool Noodles", Will's show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2022 proved a huge hit, selling out and getting some great reviews.
The Leonardo Competition, sponsored by Old Brightonian Philip Mitchell (Ha. 1960-65), has this year seen its most successful year to date.
The literary magazine Granta will this week publish its Best of Young British Novelists 5 and Old Brightonian Saba Sams (Se. 2009-12) will be included in this prestigious edition.