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A fabulous production of the musical ‘Fame’ brought a blast of the 1980s to Stonyhurst this week. An excellent cast sang, danced and acted with huge energy and skill, brilliantly recreating the class of ’84 from New York’s School of Performing Arts.
Unbeaten 1st XV forge ahead in Nat West CupPosted: 08/12/13
The Stonyhurst 1st XV, unbeaten this season, are through to the next round of the Nat West Cup, after their 6 - 3 victory against Leeds Grammar this weekend.
Rhetoric Fair supports the British Red CrossPosted: 06/12/13
Laser Quest, bucking bronco, dunk tank, cake sale, face painting, space hopping down the gallery…just some of the attractions at this year's Rhetoric Fair on Campion Day. The event raised almost £3,000 for the British Red Cross and was enjoyed by Stonyhurst pupils of all ages, staff and their families.
Westminster Cathedral Choristers visit StonyhurstPosted: 04/12/13
Stonyhurst was delighted to welcome the choristers of Westminster Cathedral Choir this week. They gave an outstanding concert in St Peter's church, attended by an audience of over 600 people. During their stay they had a tour of the College, met up with former WCCS choristers now at Stonyhurst, had a fascinating introduction to the historic collections and played football!
Stonyhurst to feature on BBC TV's One ShowPosted: 29/11/13
Stonyhurst College is to appear on BBC TV’s The One Show as part of a feature on the pioneering photographer Roger Fenton.
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