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Rooksnest, the house that inspired 'Howard's End'.

New 'Howards End' begins Sunday, 12 November.

10 November 2017

Music by Bernstein and Vaughan Williams appear on the Choir's new recording.

6 November 2017
Huw Watkins

Welsh composer Huw Watkins has composed the commissioned carol for A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols.

23 October 2017
Visiting children trying out singing in the Chapel

The first ever King's Chorister Experience Day took place on Saturday 7 October.

11 October 2017

Memorial service for Professor Sir Patrick Bateson, FRS, Provost of King’s College 1988–2003. Saturday 18 November, at 2.30pm

29 September 2017

A new album on the King's College record label by cellist and former chorister Guy Johnston is released today.

8 September 2017
Jane Austen

Following the success of July's open day, which was attended by over 1,000 people, King's College Library is opening its doors to the public once more to showcase treasures related to Jane Austen and her family.

7 September 2017

Fiona Mozley and Zadie Smith have been long-listed for The Man Booker Prize 2017

23 August 2017

We are very pleased to announce that the first two holders of the King's College/Hartley Rogers CBSO Scholarships in Orchestral Composition will be Darren Bloom and Patrick Brennan

18 August 2017

King’s announces the winners of the Entrepreneurship Prize 2017, where two teams have won funding for their exciting business ideas

7 July 2017

The 18 July 2017 marks the 200th anniversary of the death of Jane Austen, and King’s College Library joins the commemorations with an exhibition showcasing rare first editions of all of her novels

5 July 2017

The story behind E.M. Forster's posthumous novel 'Maurice' is being explained this Sunday, 9 July.

5 July 2017
Photograph of C.R. Ashbee in Jerusalem, c.1919.  [CRA/1/44, f.356]

Online exhibition using archives to explore C.R. Ashbee’s life, ideology and achievements.

Recent accessions to the Ashbee papers are the subject of the latest post on our special collections blog.

4 July 2017

Pop-up Opera is an innovative touring opera company which aims to broaden the appeal of opera and to challenge the way opera is performed, by taking it into unusual spaces and making intimate and engaging.

30 June 2017

The College’s mixed Choir, King’s Voices, was set up in 1997-98 to enable women to participate in the choral musical tradition of the College. 

27 June 2017
The King of Instruments front cover

New album debuts at number one in the UK Specialist Classical charts.

26 June 2017
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