January. Among those were James Thornton (67-75), a member of the Alleyn Club committee, and Malcolm Hunter (69-76), School Captain in 1976.
Nikolas Talonpoika (81-89) was appointed Chief Executive Officer of fashion label Christopher Kane. Nikolas has been tasked with accelerating the brand’s international expansion.
Sports Rugby Sam Twomey (08-10) and Nick Easter (91-96), played for Harlequins against Montpellier in the European Challenge Cup Final. After 15 seasons, 54 international appearances and 281 appearances for Harlequins, Nick announced his retirement. He is now a Defence Coach at Harlequins. Will Fraser (06-08) played for Saracens when they beat Racing Metro on their way to becoming European Champions. Beno Obano (11-13) made his professional debut for Bath Rugby. Beno won two consecutive Daily Mail Cups whilst attending Dulwich as well as being part of the team that went undefeated in 2013. Cricket Eoin Morgan who attended the College in 1999 on a scholarship as a teenager from Dublin for a term, played for England in the final of the T20 Cricket World Cup. The team missed out on the trophy after a blaze of West Indian willow in the last over. Richard Evans (87-95) played for England in the Lawyer’s Cricket World Cup in Brisbane.
OAs 1990s Rodney Clark (89-96) and his group Vox Fortura were one of the 45 acts to get through to the live semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent. Rodney was recently a soloist at the
Foundation Schools Royal Festival Hall concert, where he joined Alleyn’s School, Dulwich College and James Allen’s Girls’ School for a special performance of Verdi’s Requiem.
A selection of photographs can be found on our Flickr Pages.
Stephen Browett (69-77), the Chairman of Crystal Palace Football Club provided the tickets for the 1st XI Football team to visit Selhurst Park to watch Crystal Palace play Aston Villa in the Premier League. A game which Villa narrowly won 1-0. Graeme Jenkins (68-77), who made his first conducting appearance with the Dallas Opera in 1992 conducted Vienna. He followed this later in the year by conducting Peter Grimes at the Vienna State Opera. OAs 1980s Jonathan Bartley (80-89) became co-leader of the Green Party of England and Wales with Caroline Lucas. Tom Scholar (79-86) was appointed the new Permanent Secretary of the UK Treasury. ‘Lohengrin’, an opera about a medieval German romance, in
Made with FlippingBook - professional solution for displaying marketing and sales documents online