St Paul’s Community / Events
St Paul’s Athens Lunch
Time: 13:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Ammos Restaurant, Mikrolimano, Piraeus

Menelaos Pangalos (1979-84) invites all those in Athens to join the St Paul’s community for lunch in the Greek sun overlooking the sea. 

For more information and to book email Menelaos Pangalos at menelaospangalos@hotmail.com

Community | All

SPS New Parents’ Coffee Morning
Time: 08:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Wathen Hall Foyer

All new Senior School parents are invited to meet other parents and to learn about school events which you might like to attend or get involved with. 

To book please email events@stpaulsschool.org.uk

Community | Parents

Harvest Festival for First and Second Years
Time: 08:30 - 09:30
Venue: St Paul’s Juniors - School Hall

The Harvest Festival will be held in the School Hall followed by coffee, tea and homemade treats in the SPJ Conference Room. All SPJ Lower First to Upper Second Year parents are welcome to attend. 

Community | Parents

Informal Concert
Time: 16:30 - 17:45
Venue: St Paul’s Juniors - Holst Room

Support our young performers in this ‘sign up and play’ concert, where pupils can gain valuable performance experience in a friendly environment. 

Book now

Arts | Parents

SPARTA: Alessandro Borruso of Sotheby’s, diamond specialist and geologist
Time: 18:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Milton Gallery & Samuel Pepys Theatre

6pm - Nigel Hunter Art Exhibition: Transition, Milton Gallery 
7pm - The Power of Diamond in Art,  Samuel Pepys Theatre

External guests should Book Here. Parents may add to book room.

Community | All

Art Exhibition: ‘Transition’
Time: 18:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Milton Gallery

Join us for the opening night of an exciting new show by two artists formerly on the St Paul’s staff . Nigel Hunter (previous SPS Director of Art) will show sculpture and ceramics, Tim Ollivier will show paintings and prints. This show will then be open during the school day from 27 September–12 October. 

To attend, please email Lucy Hancock at LRH@stpaulsschool.org.uk 

Arts | All

50 Years at Barnes: Captains of School Dinner
Time: 18:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Dining Hall

In 1968, St Paul’s moved into its current location on Lonsdale Road. The past 50 years have seen great change in the School’s buildings and structure, and to mark the occasion we are inviting former Captains of School to return to Barnes for a formal dinner. 

By invitation only.

Community

Service for Lower and Upper Third Years
Time: 08:30
Venue: St Paul’s Juniors - School Hall

The Service will be held in the School Hall followed by coffee, tea and homemade treats in the SPJ Conference Room. All Third Year parents are welcome to attend. 

School | Parents

Thomas Gresham Quiz Night
Time: 19:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Dining Hall

Tickets cost £15 per person, payable on book room - Tables are in groups of 10 only.

If you have a preference of who you wish to be seated with, please fill out the following form  https://goo.gl/forms/sW2Wjj3gW… 

Guests are encouraged to bring their own supper (there will be a prize for the most imaginative spread!), and as last year, there will be a chance to bid on your favourite teacher to help you with one of the quiz rounds!

There will be a paid bar available on the night.

All guests attending are encouraged to make a donation to the Thomas Gresham Bursary Award. You will be able to do this on the evening of the event or alternatively, please contact the Development Office on development@stpaulsschool.org.uk if you wish to make a donation prior to the evening.

Community | Parents

SPARTA: Claymation Workshop
Time: 13:00
Venue: St Paul’s Juniors - SPJ Art Studio

Upper Second, Lower and Upper Third boys are invited to participate in a Claymation workshop run by artist Jennifer Kidd. Jennifer has worked in the film industry alongside Filmmakers including Wes Anderson in Isle of Dogs and Mike Mort in Night of the Trampires

Community | Students

Fourth Form Parents’ Seminar ‘Managing the teenage years’
Time: 18:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Montgomery Room

Julie Johnson, expert in the field, will lead this seminar which will explore loss and change for both teenagers and parents; stages of adolescence; maintaining your relationship and managing boundaries. 

Details of how to book out will be sent by email.

School | Parents

Parents’ Group: Sixth Form Parents Tour of Highgate Cemetery
Time: 11:00
Venue: Highgate Cemetery

Designated a Grade II Historic Monument, the West Cemetery is home to the most impressive architectural features of Highgate Cemetery and can only be visited by guided tour. The tour will last approximately 70 minutes exploring Egyptian Avenue, Circle of Lebanon, Terrace Catacombs and the mausoleum of Julius Beer. 

To book please email Pippa Gravestock at pippa.gravestock@btinternet.com

Community | Parents

C&U Dept: US University Basics for Sixth Form and new Lower Eighth Parents
Time: 18:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Montgomery Room

Our US Universities team will lead this presentation, explaining the various kinds of colleges and the process involved in applying to US colleges and universities. Find out about the support and guidance Paulines will receive in the Lower and Upper Eighth forms, and meet the US team, including our Colet Fellows. 

To book please email careers@stpaulsschool.org.uk

School | Parents, Students

John Colet Day Service
Time: 14:30
Venue: St Paul’s Cathedral

This annual service takes place in St Paul’s Cathedral and is attended by the Mercers’ Company, Governors, St Paul’s Juniors, St Paul’s Girls’ School and St Paul’s School. 

Guests for this event will be invited directly, but if you have any queries please email: events@stpaulsschool.org.uk 

Upper Eighth Parents’ Post Cathedral Drinks
Time: 15:40
Venue: St Paul’s Cathedral Area

All Upper Eighth parents attending the John Colet Day service are invited to come together for drinks after the ceremony. 

Book now

Community | Parents

Come and Sing Musicality
Time: 19:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Wathen Hall

Join us for a musical tour around the world and across the decades, from Dickensian London to pre-war Austria, from Rydell High to Bali Hai. This evening, conducted by former Director of Music Ben Parry, offers something for all ages, with songs from shows including The Sound of Music, Mary Poppins, Grease and Oliver! After a rehearsal with live band, we will perform in concert. 

Book now

Arts | All

Open House Afternoon
Time: 14:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Samuel Pepys Foyer

We are pleased to invite members of the Community to join us for our Autumn term Open House event. This will be an opportunity for current parents, former parents, former staff and Old Paulines to explore the School, hear from our senior staff about the future of St Paul’s and reconnect with the Community. Places are limited, so do book early to join us. 

Book now

Community | All

Music: Piano Evening
Time: 19:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Wathen Hall

This evening of solo piano performances showcases the range of talent we have at St Paul’s on just one instrument. Don’t miss this chance to hear the versatility of the piano demonstrated by our pupils. 

Book now

Arts | All

Billy Budd
Time: 19:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Milton Studio

It’s 1797 and the British are in fear of the principles of the Rights of Man spreading like a contagion from France in the aftermath of the revolution. Join us on board the HMS Bellipotent, under the respected leadership of Captain Edward Vere, where a rivalry develops between John Claggart, the Master-at-Arms and a seasoned sailor, and the popular young pressed man Billy Budd. Rivalry leads to plots, plots to accusations and accusations to death… 

Book now

Arts | All

Golf: OPGS v Old Cholmeleians
Time: 13:00
Venue: Highgate Golf Club

This OPGS match, for Old Paulines only, will be played against Old Cholmeleians at Highgate Golf Club, the closest 18 hole course to central London. We encourage all Old Paulines with an interest in golf to sign up. 

To book, please email Neil Fitch at n.fitch@ntlworld.com

Sport | Old Paulines

Old Pauline Lodge Meeting
Time: 17:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Montgomery Room

The Old Pauline Lodge was founded in 1919 for old boys of St Paul’s School. It has around 50 members, all of whom are either old boys, staff or former staff of St Paul’s School. Membership reflects the rich cultural and religious diversity found at the School itself. The Lodge hosts four meetings at the School each year. 

To book please contact secretary@oldpaulinelodge.org.uk

Community | Old Paulines, Former Staff

Predict the Man Booker Award
Time: 18:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Kayton Library

Six of our Lower Eighth boys will take on one of the shortlist each and argue that their book should be the winner of the coveted prize. Copies of the books are available for students and staff to borrow from the Library. 

Booking details available soon.

Arts | All

Billy Budd
Time: 19:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Milton Studio

It’s 1797 and the British are in fear of the principles of the Rights of Man spreading likea contagion from France in the aftermath of the revolution. Join us on board the HMS Bellipotent, under the respected leadership of Captain Edward Vere, where a rivalry develops between John Claggart, the Master-at-Arms and a seasoned sailor, and the popular young pressed man Billy Budd. Rivalry leads to plots, plots to accusations and accusations to death…

Book now

Arts | All

Billy Budd
Time: 19:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Milton Studio

It’s 1797 and the British are in fear of the principles of the Rights of Man spreading likea contagion from France in the aftermath of the revolution. Join us on board the HMS Bellipotent, under the respected leadership of Captain Edward Vere, where a rivalry develops between John Claggart, the Master-at-Arms and a seasoned sailor, and the popular young pressed man Billy Budd. Rivalry leads to plots, plots to accusations and accusations to death…

Book now

Arts | All

New York Wine Tasting
Time: 18:30
Venue: Cornelia Street Cafe

Robin Hirsch, Old Pauline and restaurant owner, will host a monthly wine tasting on the third Tuesday of each month at Cornelia Street Cafe, Greenwich Village, NYC. Do join us if you are living in New York or travelling through the city, to catch up with alumni and friends of the School. We particularly encourage young OPs to attend to build connections in the city. 

To book, please email Angelo Chan at angelo.kh.chan@gmail.com 

Community | Parents, Former Parents, Former Staff, Old Paulines

OP Third Thursday Drinks
Time: 18:30
Venue: The Rutland Arms, Hammersmith

Back by popular demand, this is a restoration of an OPC event that used to take place in previous years. Going forward, on the third Thursday of each month Old Paulines from across the generations are invited to congregate to share memories and good conversation over a drink or two. 

Community | Old Paulines

Head of the Charles

Venue: Head Of The Charles

The St Paul’s Rowing crews take to the River Charles in the hope of continuing their summer of success. If you’re in Boston, do join us to support the crews as they compete in the 54th Head of the Charles Regatta. 

Sport | All

St Paul’s Sydney Branch Dinner
Time: 19:00
Venue: Sydney area

All Old Paulines and Paulinas in the Sydney area are invited to join Freddie Blencke (1986-91) for dinner. 

For more information and to book please email Freddie Blencke on fblencke@bellpotter.com.au

Community | All

Cambridge Dinner
Time: 19:00
Venue: Cambridge University, Emmanuel College

We welcome any Old Paulines studying at Cambridge to the annual Cambridge Dinner. Take a break from lectures to catch up with old friends and staff and welcome the new Old Pauline freshers joining the University this autumn. 

Book now

Community | Old Paulines

Wessex Branch Meeting : Guest speaker Maxine Shaw
Time: 12:15
Venue: Langton Arms, Tarrant Monkton

If you are in the area, do join us to catch up with other Old Paulines and to hear Maxine’s update on life at St Paul’s. 

For further information and to book please email dmporteus@hotmail.com

Community | Old Paulines, Former Staff

Strings Afternoon
Time: 13:30
Venue: St Paul’s School

An enjoyable and challenging day of ensemble playing. Attendees will work towards a performance at the end of the day. Open to Paulines, St Paul’s Juniors and pupils from other schools grade 3 and above. 

Book now

Arts | Students

Parents and Staff Book Club
Time: 18:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Kayton Library

Come and join us at our first Book Club to chat about the winner of the Golden Man Booker Prize, Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient. Sharing its birthday with our current School site, the Man Booker Prize is the leading literary award. The Golden Man Booker Prize is a one-off award crowning the best work of fiction from the last five decades of the prize. Five titles were selected by five judges and then voted for by the public. Copies of the book are available for students and staff to borrow from the Library. 

Booking details to follow.

Community | All

SPARTA Lecture: On Being an Artist, Sir Michael Craig-Martin CBE RA
Time: 19:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Wathen Hall

Michael Craig-Martin taught at Goldsmiths College School of Art from 1974-1988 and again from 1994-2000 and is also widely regarded as the godfather of the Young British Artists of the 1980s and 1990s. He has taught and nurtured, amongst others,
Julian Opie, Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, Liam Gillick and Gary Hume. In his talk titled On Being an Artist, Michael Craig-Martin will present and discuss his ideas about the changes that have occurred in contemporary art, in the art world, and in his own work over the past 50 years. 

Arts | All

Rugby: 1st XV v Radley
Time: 14:15
Venue: St Paul’s School

All members of the community are welcomed back to St Paul’s to watch this annual highlight in the rugby season.

No need to book

Sport | All

RAF 100 : 100 Years of People Pushing Technology
Time: 18:45
Venue: St Paul’s School - Samuel Pepys Theatre

The Royal Air Force was formed in the midst of war to bring together resources, people and knowledge. At the start of the First World War the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service had approximately 200 aircraft between them; at the end of 1918 there were 20,000. In four years the capability of the aircraft and the men and women was pushed and tested in ways that no-one had previously envisioned. It set a precedent for the next nine decades.

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School | All

St Paul’s Professional Groups: Finance Network
Time: 18:30
Venue: St Paul’s School

The St Paul’s Professional Groups were first launched in 2016 in collaboration with the Old Pauline Club and the Parents’ Group. Their aim is to connect those working in specific professional fields and to support current pupils and young OPs in their career journeys. The Finance Network, launched in Spring of this year, will see its second meeting at the School. Any members of the community working in or with an interest in finance are welcome to attend this panel talk and dinner.

Book now

Careers | All

Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Form Parents’ Seminar: ICT
Time: 18:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Montgomery Room

Katie Douglass, Director of ICT, will give a PSHE parents’ seminar about young people and the challenges and opportunities created by technology. With smart phones, social media and the meteoric rise of Fortnite, the digital world of the teenager has changed beyond recognition in the last ten years. How do you as a parent support and guide your child through this brave new world? 

Details of how to book will be sent by email.

School | Parents

Art Exhibition : Translation
Time: 18:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Milton Gallery

The opening night of our show based around language in art, presenting books, prints and sculptures by 15 different artists including our own Emi Avora. This show will also be open to view during the school day from the 8 November–7 December. 

To attend, please email Lucy Hancock at LRH@stpaulsschool.org.uk 

Arts | All

WWI with Michael Grant and Graham Seel
Time: 18:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Kayton Library

Michael will talk on the work of Paul Nash, and that of his younger brother, John. Graham will present his findings after a year of research into his grandather’s diary, an important record of events on the Messines Ridge in April 1918. 

Book now

School | All

Old Pauline Golf Society Winter Meeting
Time: 08:30
Venue: West Hill Golf Club

The Old Pauline Golf Society, founded in 1909, opened its doors to the wider St Paul’s Community in 2017, now welcoming parents, former parents, teachers and sons of OPs to join in with their activities. This winter meeting will take place at West Hill Golf Club. 

To book, please email Neil Fitch at n.fitch@ntlworld.com

Sport | All

Paulines in the First World War
Time: 18:30
Venue: St Paul’s School

Join the Junior History Society to explore the part Old Paulines had to play in the First World War. Through a range of artistic media, created by Paulines of 100 years ago and Paulines of today, we will remember the fallen. 

School | All

Lower Eighth Parents’ Coffee Morning
Time: 09:30
Venue: Whole Foods, South Kensington

Please join us for an informal coffee morning at Whole Foods, South Kensington. During the Autumn term Lower Eighth parents are invited to a series of coffee mornings spread across London. 

Book now

Community | Parents

Act of Remembrance
Time: 11:00
Venue: St Paul’s School

As a whole school we gather for the annual Act of Remembrance. OP Laurence Binyon’s poem For the Fallen is always central to these ceremonies: we will remember them. 

School | All

How did the First World War end? A talk by Professor Sir Hew Strachan
Time: 19:00
Venue: St Paul’s School

St Paul’s welcomes Professor Sir Hew Strachan who will share his expertise at this lecture open to the entire St Paul’s Community. Sir Hew is a renowned military historian and is an expert on WWI. 

Book now

School | All

Ensembles Concert
Time: 19:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Wathen Hall

Enjoy the music-making of our numerous groups, diverse and exciting in instrumentation and style. 

Book now

Arts | All

OP Third Thursday Drinks
Time: 18:30
Venue: The Rutland Arms, Hammersmith

Back by popular demand, this is a restoration of an OPC event that used to take place in previous years. Going forward, on the third Thursday of each month Old Paulines from across the generations are invited to congregate to share memories and good conversation over a drink or two. 

Community | Old Paulines

St Paul’s Juniors Play: The Terrible Infants
Time: 18:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - School Hall

“Tilly loved telling tales, but the tales Tilly told tended to be totally untrue… little Tilly loved to lie, she didn’t know why, it just made her feel funny inside… like the buzzing of a little bee in her belly, excited from too much honey”. Meet tale-telling Tilly and her troupe of Terrible Infants in St Paul’s Juniors’ Autumn production. Brought to life by a large ensemble of third years, Oliver Lansley’s ambitious script, likened to a meeting of Tim Burton and Roald Dahl, is packed with puppetry, music and naughtiness. What ever happened to Beatrice, with a bee in her bonnet? Have you heard the story of Thingummyboy? Not to mention mingin’ Mingus with fungus fingers… and that’s not even the half of it. Featuring original material devised by the cast, this theatrical, sad, silly and deliciously dark piece of theatre will be one not to miss.

Tickets to be released in late September. 

Arts | Parents, Students

Wine Tasting at 67 Pall Mall
Time: 18:00
Venue: 67 Pall Mall

Back by popular demand, we return to 67 Pall Mall for another evening of fine wine and socialising. Join us to learn about and indulge in the club’s extensive collection of wines, and to share laughter and merriment with friends.

Early booking advised. 

Book now

Community | Parents, Former Parents, Former Staff, Old Paulines

St Paul’s Juniors Play: The Terrible Infants
Time: 18:30
Venue: St Paul’s School

“Tilly loved telling tales, but the tales Tilly told tended to be totally untrue… little Tilly loved to lie, she didn’t know why, it just made her feel funny inside… like the buzzing of a little bee in her belly, excited from too much honey”. Meet tale-telling Tilly and her troupe of Terrible Infants in St Paul’s Juniors’ Autumn production. Brought to life by a large ensemble of third years, Oliver Lansley’s ambitious script, likened to a meeting of Tim Burton and Roald Dahl, is packed with puppetry, music and naughtiness. What ever happened to Beatrice, with a bee in her bonnet? Have you heard the story of Thingummyboy? Not to mention mingin’ Mingus with fungus fingers… and that’s not even the half of it. Featuring original material devised by the cast, this theatrical, sad, silly and deliciously dark piece of theatre will be one not to miss.

Tickets to be released in late September

Arts | Parents, Students

St Paul’s Juniors Play: The Terrible Infants
Time: 18:30
Venue: St Paul’s School

“Tilly loved telling tales, but the tales Tilly told tended to be totally untrue… little Tilly loved to lie, she didn’t know why, it just made her feel funny inside… like the buzzing of a little bee in her belly, excited from too much honey”. Meet tale-telling Tilly and her troupe of Terrible Infants in St Paul’s Juniors’ Autumn production. Brought to life by a large ensemble of third years, Oliver Lansley’s ambitious script, likened to a meeting of Tim Burton and Roald Dahl, is packed with puppetry, music and naughtiness. What ever happened to Beatrice, with a bee in her bonnet? Have you heard the story of Thingummyboy? Not to mention mingin’ Mingus with fungus fingers… and that’s not even the half of it. Featuring original material devised by the cast, this theatrical, sad, silly and deliciously dark piece of theatre will be one not to miss.

Tickets to be released in late September. 

Arts | Parents, Students

Launch of the St Paul’s Medical Professional Network
Time: 18:30
Venue: St Paul’s School

The St Paul’s Professional Groups were first launched in 2016 in collaboration with the Old Pauline Club and Parents’ Group. Their aim is to connect those working in specific professional fields and to support current pupils on their career journey. This event will bring together the many in our Community who work in healthcare or who are interested in doing so. Following a talk from experts in the sector, guests will share advice and stories over dinner. 

Book now

Careers | All

New York Wine Tasting
Time: 18:30
Venue: Cornelia Street Cafe

Robin Hirsch, Old Pauline and restaurant owner, will host a monthly wine tasting on the third Tuesday of each month at Cornelia Street Cafe. Do join us if you are living in New York or travelling through the city, to catch up with alumni and friends of the School. We particularly encourage young OPs to attend to build connections in the city. 

To book, please email Angelo Chan at angelo.kh.chan@gmail.com 

Community | Parents, Former Parents, Former Staff, Old Paulines

Music: Autumn Concert
Time: 19:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Wathen Hall

In the term’s flagship concert, we will enjoy music from groups including the Chapel Choir, Symphony and Chamber orchestras. The evening will feature Debussy’s evocative and enchanting Pre?lude a? l’apre?s-midi d’un faune, telling the story of a mythical faun’s sleepy explorations of a wooded glade whilst playing his reed-pipe.

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Arts | All

SPJ Christmas Fayre
Time: 11:00
Venue: St Paul’s Juniors - St Paul’s School - Sports Hall, Dining Hall

Expect the favourite traditional games, cakes, luxury hampers and festive treats, and external stalls to pick up some Christmas gifts. 

No need to book

Community | All

Fourth and Fifth Form Parents’ Seminar: ‘The party scene’
Time: 18:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Montgomery Room

Julie Johnson, parents’ seminar provider, will be exploring what the ‘party scene’ involves, from supervision, location, alcohol, drugs, and the planning and preparation that should be taken before a party. Fourth Form pupils will hear a similar presentation entitled ‘Alcohol and Parties’ on 5 December, which current Fifth Form pupils heard last year.

Details of how to book will be sent by email.

School | Parents

My Fair Lady
Time: 19:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Samuel Pepys Theatre

Directed by Christian Anthony – book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe

One of the 20th century’s most cherished musicals, My Fair Lady collected six Tony Awards on its original Broadway run, whilst the film adaptation later took home eight Oscars, including Best Picture. The tale of Eliza Doolittle, a cockney flower girl transformed into a high society lady via an unlikely and tempestuous friendship with Professor Henry Higgins, comes now to the Pauline stage. Featuring one of musical theatre’s greatest
scores, including ‘Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?’, ‘I Could Have Danced All Night’, ‘On the Street Where You Live’ and ‘Get Me to the Church on Time’, My Fair Lady is a timeless treat for all.

Book now

Arts | All

Old Pauline Golf Society AGM and Annual Dinner
Time: 18:30
Venue: Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Course

Steeped in heritage and with an illustrious history, the Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club will host the Old Pauline Golf Society for its AGM this autumn. All are welcome to join us for the meeting and for the annual dinner afterwards. 

To book, please email Neil Fitch at n.fitch@ntlworld.com

Sport | All

Launch of St Paul’s Entrepreneurs Network
Time: 18:30
Venue: Huckletree West

The St Paul’s Professional Groups were first launched in 2016 in collaboration with the Old Pauline Club and Parents’Group. Their aim is to connect those working in specific professional fields and to support current pupils on their career journey. This event is a chance for the many entrepreneurs in our Community to come together for the first time to share stories and discuss their adventures with current pupils and young Old Paulines whose enterprising skills will see them seeking out their own path. 

Book now

Careers | All

My Fair Lady
Time: 19:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Samuel Pepys Theatre

Directed by Christian Anthony – book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe

One of the 20th century’s most cherished musicals, My Fair Lady collected six Tony Awards on its original Broadway run, whilst the film adaptation later took home eight Oscars, including Best Picture. The tale of Eliza Doolittle, a cockney flower girl transformed into a high society lady via an unlikely and tempestuous friendship with Professor Henry Higgins, comes now to the Pauline stage. Featuring one of musical theatre’s greatest
scores, including ‘Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?’, ‘I Could Have Danced All Night’, ‘On the Street Where You Live’ and ‘Get Me to the Church on Time’, My Fair Lady is a timeless treat for all.

Book now

Arts | All

Parents’ Group: Upper Eighth Parents’ Christmas Coffee
Time: 10:00
Venue: Saatchi Gallery

Upper Eighth parents are invited to pre-Christmas coffee in Chelsea at the Saatchi Gallery. This is a chance to meet up in a cosy atmosphere and get your Christmas shopping organised. 

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Community | Parents

Autumn Concert
Time: 18:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Wathen Hall

All are welcome to attend the first concert of the St Paul’s Juniors school year, featuring both the new and returning talent.

Book now

Arts | All

My Fair Lady
Time: 19:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Samuel Pepys Theatre

Directed by Christian Anthony – book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe

One of the 20th century’s most cherished musicals, My Fair Lady collected six Tony Awards on its original Broadway run, whilst the film adaptation later took home eight Oscars, including Best Picture. The tale of Eliza Doolittle, a cockney flower girl transformed into a high society lady via an unlikely and tempestuous friendship with Professor Henry Higgins, comes now to the Pauline stage. Featuring one of musical theatre’s greatest
scores, including ‘Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?’, ‘I Could Have Danced All Night’, ‘On the Street Where You Live’ and ‘Get Me to the Church on Time’, My Fair Lady is a timeless treat for all.

Book now

Arts | All

My Fair Lady
Time: 19:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Samuel Pepys Theatre

Directed by Christian Anthony – book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe

One of the 20th century’s most cherished musicals, My Fair Lady collected six Tony Awards on its original Broadway run, whilst the film adaptation later took home eight Oscars, including Best Picture. The tale of Eliza Doolittle, a cockney flower girl transformed into a high society lady via an unlikely and tempestuous friendship with Professor Henry Higgins, comes now to the Pauline stage. Featuring one of musical theatre’s greatest
scores, including ‘Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?’, ‘I Could Have Danced All Night’, ‘On the Street Where You Live’ and ‘Get Me to the Church on Time’, My Fair Lady is a timeless treat for all.

Book now

Arts | All

Music: Jazz at the Bull’s Head, Barnes
Time: 14:30
Venue: St Paul’s School

Our regular afternoon set, at Barnes’ iconic jazz venue, featuring small combos and jazz ensembles. 

Tickets will be available through MusicGlue

Arts | All

Wreath Making with Bloom & Wild
Time: 18:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Samuel Pepys Foyer

Bloom & Wild, co-founded in 2013 by Old Pauline Aron Gelbard (1995-2000), is now the UK’s top rated online flower delivery company. We invite all members of the community to join us for a workshop in creating the perfect festive wreath to adorn your front door this Christmas. 

Places are limited so early booking is advised.

Book now

Community | All

Christmas Festival
Time: 18:00
Venue: St Paul’s School

The festivities continue with music, drama and comedy in the Wathen Hall, a perfect evening for all of the family. 

Booking details to follow.

Community | All

Carol Service
Time: 19:00
Venue: St Mary Abbots Church

We hope that St Paul’s Juniors parents will be able to join us for this enjoyable and festive event in the annual St Paul’s calendar. Members of the congregation are asked to be seated by 6.45pm. 

No need to book

School | Parents, Students

Supper Evening
Time: 19:00
Venue: Colets Health and Fitness, Thames Ditton

Do take this opportunity to make up a table with your year group or simply come by yourself, you are sure of a warm welcome. Family and friends are welcome to attend. 

Details of how to book will be released in October.

Community | Old Paulines

SPS Boat Club Plum Pudding Races

Venue: St Paul’s School - The Boat House

A festive and fun event for both the boys and spectators. Come and watch with a drink as St Paul’s rowers participate in races comprising mixed eights in themed fancy dress. 

To book please email Sarah Field, President of the Boat House, at SYF@stpaulsschool.org.uk

Sport | All

Colet Choral Society and St Paul’s Camerata: Handel’s Israel in Egypt
Time: 18:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Wathen Hall

The St Paul’s Schools community choir and the Colet Choral Society join forces with SPS Camerata and soloists to perform Handel’s masterful oratorio, Israel in Egypt.

Book now

Arts | All 

St Paul’s School Carol Service
Time: 18:30
Venue: Holy Trinity Barnes

The service is a traditional ‘candlelit’ a air, with lessons, carols and anthems performed by the St Paul’s Chapel Choir. Refreshments of mulled wine and mince
pies will be available. 

Booking details to follow.

School | All

Rugby: Upper Eighth v Recent Leavers
Time: 11:00
Venue: Colets Health and Fitness, Thames Ditton

Which side will you support as the Upper Eighth take on recent leavers in this annual game. Join us at Thames Ditton to watch the old talent battle against the new. 

No need to book.

Sport | All