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The following are 'ticket only' events. All ticketed events are free of charge unless otherwise indicated. To view all forthcoming events, please see the Calendar. To reserve a place at one of our forthcoming Family Events, please use the Family Events booking form.

The Haileybury Lectures: Charles Allen on Kipling

Thu, 18 September 2014 19:30, Haileybury - venue tbc

To celebrate the life and work of six distinguished members of the Haileybury community, interactive plaques are being installed around the campus. When a URL and QR code next to each blue plaque is scanned, a website dedicated to a famous (and not so famous) Haileyburian is activated. An accompanying lecture series dedicated to each of these subjects starts this term.

Distinguished author Charles Allen gives a lecture entitled, Ruddy and the Raj: India and the making of Rudyard Kipling.

Booking required.

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The Great Gatsby Ball - Haileybury Parents Association

Sat, 20 September 2014 19:30, Dining Hall

The HPA are delighted to announce details of their upcoming biennial ball!  This will be a fantastic 1920's themed ball with a cocktail reception, dancing, entertainment, cocktail bar, casino and a superb menu with selected wines, and will be held in our magnificent Dining Hall.

If you would like to organise a House table then please liaise with your House rep who will be able to help you.

Please note that places are limited and tickets priced at £80 are available for reservation until Friday 18 July.  Please call Box Office on 01992 706355 if you have any queries.

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The Haileybury Lectures: James Barr on Allenby

Thu, 16 October 2014 19:30, Haileybury - venue tbc

Historian and writer James Barr discusses the life of one of Haileybury’s most famous sons, Edmund Allenby in Conqueror of Jerusalem: Edmund Allenby and the shaping of the Middle East.

Booking required.

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Haileybury Society - South Midlands Dinner

Fri, 24 October 2014 19:00, External Venue (not Haileybury)

The Haileybury Society invites all Society members to a South Midlands Dinner at the Hilton Puckrup Hotel for all local OHs.  Pre-dinner drinks at 7.00 pm followed by dinner at 7.30 pm.  Cost is £35 per head for 3 course dinner, including drinks.  Dress smart casual for all guests and partners.

Please book online or call Box Office on 01992 706355 to reserve your place before Monday 22 September.

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Oh! What a Lovely War

Thu, 13 November 2014 19:30, Ayckbourn Theatre

by Joan Littlewood and Theatre Workshop

An ensemble cast from the Removes to the Upper Sixth present one of the seminal pieces of British Theatre of the 20th Century. Notionally set on the Fun Pier in Brighton and drawing on the music-hall tradition of the Victorian and Edwardian eras, this musical production comments on the events of the Great War using popular songs and images of the time. It starts full of pomp and ceremony capturing the optimism that heralded the start of the war. In parodying every nationality and religion the play demonstrates the folly of war and uses black humour to criticise the manner in which eventual victory was won.

Tickets required. Please take your seat by 7.15pm
 

 

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Oh! What a Lovely War

Fri, 14 November 2014 19:30, Ayckbourn Theatre

 by Joan Littlewood and Theatre Workshop

An ensemble cast from the Removes to the Upper Sixth present one of the seminal pieces of British Theatre of the 20th Century. Notionally set on the Fun Pier in Brighton and drawing on the music-hall tradition of the Victorian and Edwardian eras, this musical production comments on the events of the Great War using popular songs and images of the time. It starts full of pomp and ceremony capturing the optimism that heralded the start of the war. In parodying every nationality and religion the play demonstrates the folly of war and uses black humour to criticise the manner in which eventual victory was won.

Tickets required. Please take your seat by 7.15pm
 

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Oh! What a Lovely War

Sat, 15 November 2014 19:30, Ayckbourn Theatre

 by Joan Littlewood and Theatre Workshop

An ensemble cast from the Removes to the Upper Sixth present one of the seminal pieces of British Theatre of the 20th Century. Notionally set on the Fun Pier in Brighton and drawing on the music-hall tradition of the Victorian and Edwardian eras, this musical production comments on the events of the Great War using popular songs and images of the time. It starts full of pomp and ceremony capturing the optimism that heralded the start of the war. In parodying every nationality and religion the play demonstrates the folly of war and uses black humour to criticise the manner in which eventual victory was won.

Tickets required. Please take your seat by 7.15pm
 

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Fifths and Sixth Form present: Agamemnon, by Steven Berkoff

Thu, 04 December 2014 19:30, Ayckbourn Theatre

 “My husband is in Troy.He has left me. He is a memory that is faulty. He is desire curdled.”

In a city abandoned by its King waits a Queen whose heart is poisoned by betrayal, bloodshed and vitriol, her rage smouldering as she awaits an opportunity for revenge. The Fifth and Sixth Form pupils present a visceral and physical production of Berkoff’s retelling of this ancient text. Characterised by language which is at once poetic and grotesque, this is a play about lust, vengeance, the fervour of battle, the fatigue of long absence and the horror of war.

The audience will enter an industrial wasteland; a derelict, once powerful state populated by a chorus of elders who recall the city and its rulers’ experiences and actions. An ensemble cast will push themselves to their limits in a play that starts with the memory of a repugnant act of torture and whose characters are propelled to an inexorable and violent conclusion.

Tickets required. Please take your seat by 7.15pm

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Fifths and Sixth Form present: Agamemnon, by Steven Berkoff

Fri, 05 December 2014 19:30, Ayckbourn Theatre

 “My husband is in Troy.He has left me. He is a memory that is faulty. He is desire curdled.”

In a city abandoned by its King waits a Queen whose heart is poisoned by betrayal, bloodshed and vitriol, her rage smouldering as she awaits an opportunity for revenge. The Fifth and Sixth Form pupils present a visceral and physical production of Berkoff’s retelling of this ancient text. Characterised by language which is at once poetic and grotesque, this is a play about lust, vengeance, the fervour of battle, the fatigue of long absence and the horror of war.

The audience will enter an industrial wasteland; a derelict, once powerful state populated by a chorus of elders who recall the city and its rulers’ experiences and actions. An ensemble cast will push themselves to their limits in a play that starts with the memory of a repugnant act of torture and whose characters are propelled to an inexorable and violent conclusion.

Tickets required. Please take your seat by 7.15pm

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The Haileybury Lectures: Toby Parker on Butler

Sat, 06 December 2014 12:00, Haileybury - venue tbc

College Archivist Toby Parker considers the life and work of Haileybury’s first Master, Arthur Butler. The lecture will include a short tour of two or three of Haileybury’s most important buildings.

Booking required.

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Fifths and Sixth Form present: Agamemnon, by Steven Berkoff

Sat, 06 December 2014 19:30, Ayckbourn Theatre

 “My husband is in Troy.He has left me. He is a memory that is faulty. He is desire curdled.”

In a city abandoned by its King waits a Queen whose heart is poisoned by betrayal, bloodshed and vitriol, her rage smouldering as she awaits an opportunity for revenge. The Fifth and Sixth Form pupils present a visceral and physical production of Berkoff’s retelling of this ancient text. Characterised by language which is at once poetic and grotesque, this is a play about lust, vengeance, the fervour of battle, the fatigue of long absence and the horror of war.

The audience will enter an industrial wasteland; a derelict, once powerful state populated by a chorus of elders who recall the city and its rulers’ experiences and actions. An ensemble cast will push themselves to their limits in a play that starts with the memory of a repugnant act of torture and whose characters are propelled to an inexorable and violent conclusion.

Tickets required. Please take your seat by 7.15pm

Book your tickets online now!



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