What's On at Haileybury

Box office

Box office

Throughout term time, Haileybury organises a small number of events which are open to the general public. These include drama productions, music performances, lectures and occasional tours. To find out more about events coming up, and to book your place, please see the listing on this page.

Saturday 29 April 2017 at 3.00 pm
Hailey Dog Show
Hailey Dog Show

Memorial Quad (view map)

Without doubt a highlight in the canine world! All Haileybury dogs and their owners are invited to compete in the various fun competitions, while raising money for the Haileybury charities.

Open to pupils, parents and staff.

Tuesday 2 May 2017 at 7.30 pm
Open Concert

Bradby Hall (view map)

A mixed programme of classical favourites, jazz and songs from the theatre.

Open to all and no ticket required.

Saturday 6 May 2017 at 4.00 pm
Hertford Theatre Concert

Hertford Theatre

An ambitious performance bringing together members of the Lower School and Chamber Choirs with local singers. All ticket proceeds in aid of Pro-Action charity.

Please book your tickets at hertfordtheatre.com

Monday 8 May 2017 at 6.15 pm
Evensong at Worcester College Chapel, Worcester College, Oxford

Worcester College Chapel, Worcester College, Oxford

Members of the Haileybury Chapel Choir will be singing with the Mixed Choir in a joint choral evensong.

Further details at worcesterchapel.co.uk

Thursday 11 May 2017 at 2.00 pm
LS Drama Production: Peter Pan (matinee for Lower School and staff)
LS Drama Production: Peter Pan (matinee for Lower School and staff)

1985. The Kensington Care Home, London. A 90 year old patient, suffering from dementia, begins to recall her childhood…fond memories of times spent playing with her brothers, cuddling her dog Nana and a visit by a boy called Peter Pan all come to the surface…

This production of Peter Pan has been re-imagined to appeal to a more modern audience. With hints and influences of Twilight, Hunger Games and Pirates of the Caribbean it promises to give J M Barrie’s classic story a fresh and contemporary edge. Performed entirely by Lower School pupils this show promises to be a wonderful and exciting night out and will most certainly re-invigorate the child in you…never grow up!

For Lower School pupil and staff.

Thursday 11 May 2017 at 7.15 pm for 7.30 pm start
Lower School Drama Production: Peter Pan by J M Barrie
Lower School Drama Production: Peter Pan by J M Barrie

Ayckbourn Theatre (view map)

1985. The Kensington Care Home, London. A 90 year old patient, suffering from dementia, begins to recall her childhood…fond memories of times spent playing with her brothers, cuddling her dog Nana and a visit by a boy called Peter Pan all come to the surface…

This production of Peter Pan has been re-imagined to appeal to a more modern audience. With hints and influences of Twilight, Hunger Games and Pirates of the Caribbean it promises to give J M Barrie’s classic story a fresh and contemporary edge. Performed entirely by Lower School pupils this show promises to be a wonderful and exciting night out and will most certainly re-invigorate the child in you…never grow up!

Please book your tickets from the Box Office at haileybury.com

Friday 12 May 2017 at 7.15 pm for 7.30 pm start
Lower School Drama Production: Peter Pan by J M Barrie
Lower School Drama Production: Peter Pan by J M Barrie

Ayckbourn Theatre (view map)

1985. The Kensington Care Home, London. A 90 year old patient, suffering from dementia, begins to recall her childhood…fond memories of times spent playing with her brothers, cuddling her dog Nana and a visit by a boy called Peter Pan all come to the surface…

This production of Peter Pan has been re-imagined to appeal to a more modern audience. With hints and influences of Twilight, Hunger Games and Pirates of the Caribbean it promises to give J M Barrie’s classic story a fresh and contemporary edge. Performed entirely by Lower School pupils this show promises to be a wonderful and exciting night out and will most certainly re-invigorate the child in you…never grow up!

Please book your tickets from the Box Office at haileybury.com

Saturday 13 May 2017
Great British Tennis Weekend

Legends Tennis Centre (view map)

Free courts and free coaching available.
Please book at clubspark.lta.org.uk/OpenDays/LegendsTennisCentre

Saturday 13 May 2017 at 7.15 pm for 7.30 pm start
Lower School Drama Production: Peter Pan by J M Barrie
Lower School Drama Production: Peter Pan by J M Barrie

Ayckbourn Theatre (view map)

1985. The Kensington Care Home, London. A 90 year old patient, suffering from dementia, begins to recall her childhood…fond memories of times spent playing with her brothers, cuddling her dog Nana and a visit by a boy called Peter Pan all come to the surface…

This production of Peter Pan has been re-imagined to appeal to a more modern audience. With hints and influences of Twilight, Hunger Games and Pirates of the Caribbean it promises to give J M Barrie’s classic story a fresh and contemporary edge. Performed entirely by Lower School pupils this show promises to be a wonderful and exciting night out and will most certainly re-invigorate the child in you…never grow up!

Please book your tickets from the Box Office at haileybury.com

Sunday 14 May 2017
Great British Tennis Weekend

Legends Tennis Centre (view map)

Free courts and free coaching available.

Please book at clubspark.lta.org.uk/OpenDays/LegendsTennisCentre

Monday 15 May 2017 at 7.30 pm
Schubertiade Recital Series 4

Music School Foyer (view map)

The fourth and final of our series of pieces inspired by the recitals Franz Schubert and his contemporaries gave in Vienna.

Open to all and no ticket required.

Friday 19 May 2017 at 7.30 pm
Piano Showcase

Music School Foyer (view map)

A mixed programme showcasing the established and emerging talents of our pupils.

Open to all and no ticket required.

Friday 26 May 2017 at 7.30 pm
BBQ with the Rock Bands

Terrace (view map)

Haileybury bands bring the festival feel to Terrace with their youthful strumming and drumming!

Open to all and no ticket required.

Saturday 27 May 2017
Speech Day

Sports Hall (view map)

For all current Haileybury families, a celebration of the year’s achievements. The Speech Day Art Exhibition in Art School will be open to all

Friday 9 June 2017 at 2.00 pm
Dame Emma Kirkby and Marcia Hadjimarkos Masterclass
Dame Emma Kirkby and Marcia Hadjimarkos  Masterclass

Bradby Hall (view map)

Hertfordshire Festival of Music

A wonderful opportunity for young singers and pianists to gain inspirational insight from these two leading performers.

Please book your (free) tickets with Hertfordshire Festival of Music

info@hertsmusicfest.org.uk or 07976 307423

Sunday 11 June 2017 at 11.00 am
Hertfordshire Festival of Music Viola and Piano with Sarah-Jane Bradley & John Lenehan (Bradby)
Hertfordshire Festival of Music Viola and Piano with Sarah-Jane Bradley & John Lenehan (Bradby)

Bradby Hall (view map)

Award winning violist Sarah-Jane Bradley joins forces with virtuoso pianist John Lenehan.

Please book your tickets at hertfordtheatre.comHaileybury is a proud sponsor of the Hertfordshire Festival of Music

Friday 16 June 2017 at 7.30 pm
Music Scholars Showcase
Music Scholars Showcase

Bradby Hall (view map)

Featuring Haileybury’s best singers and musicians, this will be a top class night showcasing their hard work and dedication from the last year.

Open to all and no ticket required.

Friday 23 June 2017 at 9.00 pm
Madrigals Concert (Great Amwell Pool)

An evening of serenade and song. All are welcome to attend what is a musical favourite for Haileybury and the local community.

Open to all and no ticket required.

Saturday 24 June 2017 at 7.30 pm
Concert in Holy Trinity Church, Chrishall

Holy Trinity Church, Chrishall (Royston SG8 8QU)

The Chamber Choir, in collaboration with Royston Choral Society, will be singing favourite folk arrangements, madrigals and English part songs in beautiful surroundings.

Tickets available on the door

Monday 26 June 2017 at 2.00 pm
Removes and Middles Drama Production: Gormenghast (matinee performance)
Removes and Middles Drama Production: Gormenghast (matinee performance)

Ayckbourn Theatre (view map)

In a world bound by iron laws and dead rituals, two young men are struggling to make their way: Steerpike, the renegade kitchen-boy who seduces and murders his way up the social ladder, and Titus Groan, heir to Gormenghast, who comes to threaten its very existence.

Performance for pupils and staff.

Monday 26 June 2017 at 7.15 pm for 7.30 pm start
Removes and Middles Drama Production: Gormenghast
Removes and Middles Drama Production: Gormenghast

Ayckbourn Theatre (view map)

In a world bound by iron laws and dead rituals, two young men are struggling to make their way: Steerpike, the renegade kitchen-boy who seduces and murders his way up the social ladder, and Titus Groan, heir to Gormenghast, who comes to threaten its very existence.

Please book your tickets from the Box Office at haileybury.com

Tuesday 27 June 2017 at 2.00 pm
Removes and Middles Drama Production: Gormenghast (matinee performance)
Removes and Middles Drama Production: Gormenghast (matinee performance)

Ayckbourn Theatre (view map)

In a world bound by iron laws and dead rituals, two young men are struggling to make their way: Steerpike, the renegade kitchen-boy who seduces and murders his way up the social ladder, and Titus Groan, heir to Gormenghast, who comes to threaten its very existence.

Performance for pupils and staff.

Tuesday 27 June 2017 at 7.15 pm for 7.30 pm start
Removes and Middles Drama Production: Gormenghast
Removes and Middles Drama Production: Gormenghast

Ayckbourn Theatre (view map)

In a world bound by iron laws and dead rituals, two young men are struggling to make their way: Steerpike, the renegade kitchen-boy who seduces and murders his way up the social ladder, and Titus Groan, heir to Gormenghast, who comes to threaten its very existence.

Please book your tickets from the Box Office at haileybury.com

Thursday 29 June 2017 at 7.00 pm
Summer Concert: Proms In The Park
Summer Concert: Proms In The Park

Pavilion Field (view map)

Time to dig out the hampers and rugs, and join in on this farewell occasion for Haileyburians leaving us this summer including pupils, staff and Mr Joe Davies, the Master. Favourite classical pieces from Handel and Holst as well as contemporary elements will bring the year to an end in true Proms style. Picnics encouraged but please no glass or candles.

Open to all and no ticket required.

Saturday 22 July 2017
Great British Tennis Weekend

Legends Tennis Centre (view map)

Use of free courts.

Please book at clubspark.lta.org.uk/OpenDays/LegendsTennisCentre

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