Celebrating summer with events across The Whitgift Foundation's services open to the public.
There are a range of wonderful events taking place across The Whitgift Foundation’s services that are open to the public to attend:
Whitgift School is taking part in the Open Garden Squares Weekend. An additional Open Garden in aid of the NSPCC will take place in July.
Open Garden Squares Weekend
Sunday 10 June, 11am-4pm
Admission*: £4 adults, children U12 free
NSPCC Open Garden
Wednesday 25 July, 2-4.30pm
Admission*: £4 adults, children free
Members of the public will be able to enjoy the School’s wonderful range of gardens, complete with exotic wildlife, bonsai trees and maze.
Delicious traditional afternoon tea will be available to purchase in the beautiful Founder's Garden, which will also feature a plant sale.
All proceeds from ticket sales will go to the event charity. Click here for more information.
*Payable on the door
Most garden areas are accessible by wheelchair
Stay healthy and connected this Carers Week 11 – 17 June 2018
Carers Week is a national campaign to raise awareness of the UK’s 6.5million unpaid carers. The Carers Support Centre in Croydon has a jam-packed programme lined up for the week including health and wellbeing events and an international food tasting day.
Trinity Summer Arts Festival 2018
21st June - 30th June
The Trinity School community will take part in our annual celebration of the arts during the Trinity Summer Arts Festival, which will take place from 21st to 30th June.
Started in 2015 as part of commemorating 50 years since the school moved to Shirley Park, this event has proved to be one of the most popular weeks in the school calendar.
There is an inspiring and varied programme of events, including the annual Art and Photography Summer Exhibition, a buskers’ lunch and a film festival, as well as many other surprises!
HAMLET by Shakespeare
WEDNESDAY 30th MAY 2018 at 7.30pm
The Mitre Theatre, Trinity School, Croydon CR9 7AT
Hamlet is directed by Chris Chambers and designed by Emeline Beroud with lighting by Alistair Lindsay. Hamlet’s theme is written by Chris Chambers with an 80’s/Retro/Glamrock inspired soundtrack. A new and brave adaptation which will appeal to all ages – even those who don’t profess to be Shakespeare fans will be pleasantly surprised. Shakespeare’s Hamlet has numerous comedic moments – who knew?!
Adults £15.00/Concessions £5