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Old Etonian Association

Old Etonian Association, Eton College, Windsor, United Kingdom



The OEA was founded in 1897 to keep Old Etonians in touch with one another and to support the School as a united body.  There are currently some 15,000 members worldwide


Three OEs will be in the Oxford boat for Saturday’s Boat Race: Felix Drinkall (TEWH 17) at stroke, Ben Aldous (MJP 16) at six and Will Geffen (PB, MGHM 13) at five:

Events for OEs in New York will take place on 19th and 21st April, including a Field Game match and supper at the MetLife Stadium. See here for details:

Read here about the transportation of a pair of ancient Egyptian feet across the school to their new home in the Jafar Gallery:

Sculpture by Nicholas Rena (ORSB, JF 81) is on display at 'Collect 2018' at the Saatchi Gallery, alongside work by Gordon Baldwin who taught him at school. Further works by both artists are included in a major transatlantic exhibition opening at the Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge (20 March - 18 June). 'Collect 2018', Saatchi Gallery, King’s Road, Chelsea SW3 4RY opens to the public 22 - 25 February 'Things of Beauty Growing', Fitzwilliam Museum, Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1RB 20 March - 18 June

Rugby: Joe Roeske (MJP) scores November's Try of the Month

This weekend, the Thames Hare and Hounds 65th Alumni race saw 272 runners complete the course. The Old Etonian Cross Country team entered their largest ever number, with 13 runners competing. OE runners won three of the race categories. The team also took bronze in two categories: V50 Chataway trophy, and Age Graded. William Ryle-Hodges (RGGP 11) won the race overall, in a blistering 26:55, this is the fastest recorded mark by an OE at the Alumni Race, despite the course being 500m longer this year. Will also won the Age Graded category. Hugh Balfour (RDB 67) won the V60 race, and recorded the fastest V60 time for an OE at the Alumni Race, beating the previous best by approximately 10 minutes! Hugh also scored for the team in the M50 category, finishing 9th. He was 11th in the Age Graded category.

Founder's Day

‘The Four Seasons’: The London Philharmonic will be conducted by Marius Stravinsky (WHR 97) at the Royal Festival Hall on 24 November. See here for further details:

Exciting new art exhibition in the Drawing Schools: Liane Lang, a recent artist-in-residence at the school, has taken advantage of the iconic buildings to put together a compelling portrait of the school’s most familiar venues. She has made subtle changes to the buildings that we know so well, creating overpainted photographs and sculptures that are iconoclastic, but also loving. Some of the works will make you smile. Others will make you see familiar things in a totally different way. Liane is rapidly gaining international fame for her work that takes historical figures and monuments and humanises them by adding figures that poke fun at the solemnity of the objects. She does this while remaining highly respectful and appreciative of the events that have disrupted their history. Drawing Schools from 11th November to 9th December. There will be an Opening Reception and Private View on Saturday 11th November, 7.00-9.00 p.m. RSVP:

RICHARD BULL (ORSB) MEMORIAL CONCERT: Tuesday 17th October at 7.30 p.m. at Cadogan Hall, London L’Orchestre du Monde Beethoven Symphony No.5 Brahms Symphony No.1 For further details please visit: The memorial concert will be supporting SSAFA: The Armed Forces charity

The will be a Carol Concert in College Chapel on 15th December in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Click below to purchase tickets.