Old Salopian Events

Please find below details of forthcoming events that are either specifically for (or involving) Old Salopians, or which may be of particular interest to them. 

Other school events of more general interest to Old Salopians will be found on the main Calendar page of the School's website, as well as on the Forthcoming Events pages of particular sections: Arts Events, Sports Fixtures; Academic Lectures & Events etc.

Saturday 5 September 2015

  • 12:30
    Meeting to discuss ideas for the future of Salopian Arts

     

    The Salopian Club Arts Committee meeting are meeting on:

    5th September 2015

    at

    The Curtains Up - 28a Comeragh Road, London W14 9HR

    12.30pm. Lunch is available.

    Anyone is welcome to come along and offer ideas for the future activities of Salopian Arts, but please contact Peter Fanning or the OS office if you are intending to come, so that we can book lunch.

    For those who would like to make a day of it, the Young OS Summer Party and BBQ will take place later on the same day!

    We hope that you can make it.

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  • 18:00
    Young OS Summer Party and Barbecue

    Diary Date! 

    Young OS Summer Party and BBQ

    at The Grand Union Pleasure Garden, 123 Acre Lane, London

    6pm until late!

    Food, drink and DJ 


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Monday 28 September 2015

  • 19:30
    Salopian Club Lecture: Walking With the Wounded - Walk of Britain 2015 (Ashton Theatre)

    We are honoured to welcome six wounded veterans as they undertake a 1,000-mile Walk of Britain 2015 to raise awareness and funds for Walking With the Wounded.

    Having set off on in north Scotland on 22nd August and climbed Ben Nevis on Day 3, they are due to reach the Market Square in Shrewsbury at about 4pm on Monday 28th September.

    We look forward to welcoming them to Shrewsbury School shortly afterwards, where they will be resting for the night.

    We are also thrilled that there will be a chance for pupils, staff and members of the local community to come and hear the Walk of Britain team talk about their experiences and the work of Walking With the Wounded at 7.30pm on Monday 28th September in the Ashton Theatre.

    There is no charge for admission, but there will be a collection afterwards for Walking With the Wounded.

    Space in the Aston Theatre is limited, so please reserve your free tickets in advance by contacting Juliet Young, Operations & Events Organiser on 01743 280812 or jyoung@shrewsbury.org.uk

    “Walking over 1,000 miles is no mean feat. Yet again, we will be able to demonstrate that despite injuries these men and women look to their future with great determination and courage. We are also very excited about walking amongst the communities who have been so supportive of the military and Walking With The Wounded and we look forward to them coming out to support the team on their journey.” Edward Parker, Co-founder and CEO of Walking With The Wounded

    For more details of the Walk of Britain expedition, to follow the team's progress and to make a donation, please visit http://walkingwiththewounded.org.uk/walkofbritain2015/

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Wednesday 30 September 2015

  • 18:15
    Chapel Choir sing Evensong at The Queen's College, Oxford

    All are welcome to attend this service of Evensong sung by our Chapel Choir in the Baroque splendour of the chapel of The Queen's College, Oxford.

    The Choir will perform music by Adrian Batten, Claudio Monteverdi and Sergei Rachmaninov.

    The Headmaster and senior members of staff will be hosting a reception in College for all members of the congregation following the service at 7pm. For more information, please contact marketing@shrewsbury.org.uk

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Saturday 3 October 2015

  •  
    Old Salopian Day 2015

     

     

    Put the date in your diary for Old Salopian Day 2015

    3rd October 2015

    11am onwards

    at Shrewsbury School

    The event will include the official opening and tours of the brand new academic building, along with Chapel, lunch in KH, House visits and a lecture by Alex Bland. There will also be sports and other activities for children, so please bring your family along.

    Look out for further details and a booking form in the latest edition of the Salopian, or contact us (01743 280892) for more information. An electronic copy of the booking form can be found here.

    We look forward to seeing you here.

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  • 19:30
    'Russian Treasures' - Tenebrae in Concert (Chapel)

    Described as “phenomenal” (The Times) and “devastatingly beautiful” (Gramophone Magazine), award-winning choir Tenebrae, under the direction of Nigel Short, is one of the world’s finest vocal ensembles and is renowned for its passion and precision. 

    We welcome Tenebrae to the Chapel at Shrewsbury School to perform their latest album, 'Russian Treasures'.

    Russian choral music has been a feature in Tenebrae’s concert performances since the choir’s inception. Over the years they have worked extensively with Russian language coaches whilst nurturing their own characteristics of passion and precision to deliver a special and heartfelt tribute to the music of these great composers.

    Choir and Organ describes the release of 'Russian Treasures' as “majestic interpretations with a beautiful bloom on the recorded sound”.

    Tickets £12 available from www.ticketsource.co.uk/shrewsburyschool or Juliet Young on 01743 280812

    This concert is being kindly supported by Old Salopian Richard Baker.

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Friday 6 November 2015

  • 18:30
    Wales and West of England Dinner

     

    You are warmly invited to attend our

    Wales and West of England Dinner

    at the Cardiff and County Club

    on 6th November.

    Tickets cost £60 each (£20 each for under 25s), to include pre-dinner drinks and wine with the meal.

    Make the most of the beautiful Welsh capital (Cardiff was ranked sixth in the world in the National Geographic list of alternative tourist destinations) with a weekend stay. Take a tour of the Millennium Stadium (book via this link) and then visit the 'Kick-offs and Keepsakes'  exhibition, at the National Museum, described as 'an exciting multimedia exhibition looking at the story of rugby through Welsh eyes'. Just two hours by train from  London and Shrewsbury.

     

    Tickets are now available to buy online via this link.

    If you prefer to book by post please make cheques payable to The Salopian Club and send them to us here at The Schools.

    Call 01743 280892 for more information.

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Thursday 19 November 2015

  •  
    Save the date for City Drinks.

    Put the date in your diary for the Salopian Club City Drinks, which will take place on Thursday 19th November at The Travellers Club. Pall Mall.

    Further details will follow and we look forward to seeing you there.

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Thursday 26 November 2015

  •  
    Save the date for Birmingham Drinks.

     

    Birmingham Drinks will take place on Thursday 26th November at All Bar One, Newhall Street B3 3NY.


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Friday 4 December 2015

  • 18:00
    Salopian Club and Shrewsbury School Foundation Christmas Drinks (Alington Hall)
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