Events

The St Paul’s Community Events programme provides our community access to interesting speakers, social occasions and an immense network. We hope that you will find something to whet your appetite whether a virtual or face-to-face event.

You can also view our virtual events after they have happened here.

24 May

Topical Tuesdays: Writing creatively for the page and screen – with Sam Bain OP, 1984-89 (Peep Show) and Patrick Neate OP, 1984-89 (Twelve Bar Blues)

OP writers Sam Bain (Peep Show) and Patrick Neate (Twelve Bar Blues) join us for this Topical Tuesday on writing creatively.
25 May

The Future of: Education with Sally-Anne Huang, High Master, and The Rt Hon Lord Baker of Dorking OP, 1948-53

The High Master and Lord Baker of Dorking join us with The Future of: Britain's Education in our series of fireside chats hosted by Old Pauline Club President, Lord Ed Vaizey of Didcot.
26 May - 27 May

The Hog

As old age creeps up on him, the Great Leader can feel control slipping through his fingers: the country is filled with rebels, those closest to him can't be trusted, and rumours of a horrific creature dwelling in the sewers are spreading fast.
26 May

St Paul’s School Chapel Consecration

In the ambitious re-building of the school, we had been without such a dedicated place for ten years, but we are delighted that as we emerge from the pandemic and look to the future, we are able to consecrate the school's Chapel. This important service allows us to honor Colet's vision and enable the spiritual life of the school to flourish.
09 June

Old Pauline Lodge Meeting

The Old Pauline Lodge was founded in 1919 for old boys and current and former staff of St Paul’s School.
12 June

Joint Strings Afternoon

String players from both St Paul’s School and St Paul’s Girls’ School work together on a classic from the String Orchestra repertoire. This term students will work on Shostakovich’s ‘Chamber Symphony’.
15 June

SPJ Exam Candidates Concert

This important event gives pupils taking exams this term an opportunity to perform one of their exam pieces in a friendly and supportive atmosphere, so that they can receive some feedback before their exams.