Culture & Sport: Colours, Blues, Honours, and Special Awards 2017

Friday 22 September 2017: Our annual Awards Ceremony was held in the Clegg Hall, recognising achievements and excellence by our Wynberg Men in the areas of Culture & Sport. Click to view the photographs of the trophy winners and the Honours award recipients. Our congratulations to all, your commitment across our Four Pillars of Culture, Sport, Academics and […]

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Cultural Excursion: King Kong, Legend of a Boxer

On Sunday, 21 August, 50 staff members, family members and learners from WBHS watched “King Kong – Legend of a Boxer” at Fugard Theatre. As avid theatre goers and lovers of the dramatic arts, this was the first professional musical performance that the boys were able to enjoy under the advisement of their drama teacher, […]

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Teacher & Old Boy, Keenan Oliphant, heading for Columbia University

Saturday 19 August 2017: At an emotional bon voyage party  in the Fish Bowl, friends and family bade farewell to Wynberg Boys’ High School’s music teacher, Old Boy Keenan Oliphant, who heads to the prestigious Columbia University in New York to pursue a Masters of Fine Art Directing for Theatre. The Wynberg Boys’ Schools, Staff, […]

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The Crucible – Major Wynberg Boys’ & Girls’ Production – The Review

27 – 30 March 2017, this year’s joint major Production between WBHS & WGHS: If you have not yet obtained your tickets for The Crucible directed by Lindsay Wills and assisted by Alex Wilson, make your way to the Aileen Currie Hall as a priority. Those of us in the audience last night were treated […]

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Our Country’s Good: Review & Photos

Wynberg’s Master in Charge of History, Mr. Shaun Hewett writes: I am anything but a regular theatre-goer and I knew next to nothing about ‘Our Country’s Good’ when taking my seat in the Nussbaum Theatre for the show’s opening night on Tuesday. I left – two hours later – thoroughly intrigued by a script and […]

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Wynberg 175 School Production: Our Country’s Good

Wynberg 175: Our major drama production for 2016 is the acclaimed 1988 play by Timberlake Wertenbaker, Our Country’s Good, based on the novel by Thomas Keneally. The production takes place in the Nussbaum Auditorium, co-presented with Wynberg Girls’ High School, on Tuesday 19, Wednesday 20, Friday 22 and Saturday 23 April. Directed by Old Boy […]

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Headmaster’s Letter to Old Boys

Headmaster Keith Richardson talks to our Old Boys:   Dear Old Boys For some years, we as a school have been sending out a quarterly Online Magazine to Old Boys around the world. This has included videos, pictures and extensive reports of the activities of the school over the previous term. However, it has been […]

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Explore Wynberg’s Social Media Platforms

Much of Wynberg’s day to day activities across our four pillars of Academics, Sport, Culture and Service is covered by our Social Media Team straight to Facebook (our first choice sharing platform): please scroll down the list of our dedicated Facebook Pages and click through the links to select your personal favourites. Links to our Wynberg Media […]

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Wynberg at the Shakespeare Schools Festival, 30 July 2014

Wynberg Boys’ Acting Association Teacher in charge:      Mrs K Filinova-Bruton The WBAA, in association with Wynberg Girls’ High is a Drama Society open to all pupils who attend Wynberg Boys or Girls’ High, grades 8 – 12. This year’s WBAA will be taking part in Shakespeare Schools Festival for the 5th time, since WBHS […]

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Dragon: The Cast, On Stage, In Costume

Soviet playwright Evgeny Svartz wrote this political satire in 1944 to highlight how the abuse of power in pre and post WWII Germany and Russia led to tyranny and oppression. He used the popular legend of St George and the dragon to illustrate the universal truth – which is still applicable today – that unless […]

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