Patrick, son of former Director of Art, Nick Bremer, is the feature artist at the prestigious ClarendonFine Art Gallery in Cobham, with the Private View being held on Saturday, June 3rd.
The Old Brightonian Community
Rufus Saunders (Le. 2009-16) has been making the most of sporting opportunities at Cambridge University since arriving to read Land Economy at Fitzwilliam College at the start of this academic year.
We're proud and excited to announce that two of our distinguished Old Girls, Sarah Taylor (W. 2002-07) and Laura Marsh (F. 2000-05) have been selected to represent Englandin the Cricket World Cup in India, starting in late June.
It was fantastic to hear that James Lasis (Du. 2012-14) has joined the Rotherham Titans as second rower from National One Side Loughborough Students, having previously been on the books at Premiership Side Harlequins.
Jack Faulkner (son of Jill Ward (Fe. 1978-80)) and friend Ted Welman have finally reached land after 56 days, 23 hours and 45 minutes after casting off in Gearldton, Australia. The pair completed this incredible rowing journey in aid of Médecins Sans Frontières.
Phoebe Haines (Wi. 2004-06) is an award-winning British Mezzo Soprano, with vocal qualities that have been variously hailed as ‘extraordinary’ (The Times), ‘silvery’ (The Evening Standard), ‘impressive’ (The Los Angeles Times), and ‘opulent’ (Sunday Times Culture). To Phoebe, Brighton College and its Music Department were an inspiration and greatly influenced her career path.
Tony follows up on his hugely successful bestseller "Round Ireland With a Fridge" with his new adventure "Once More Unto The Fridge".
Sarah took an indefinite break from the game last year and has not played a formal match since last year’s World T20 semi-final against Australia but the 27-year-old was awarded an England contract in December last year and has resumed training with the national squad.