CARTHUSIAN DAY IS ON SATURDAY 26 MAY 2018
The Headmaster warmly invites you to join us for Carthusian Day on Saturday, 26 May from 11.00 am to 4.30 pm.
- Founder’s Court main stage will be home to a full programme of music and drama for all to enjoy.
- There is a full programme of Sport throughout the afternoon, including a family tennis competition and father & son cricket matches.
- Picnic zones will be set up for each House to meet and socialise.
- A food court featuring a range of different cuisines and refreshments including a Champagne bar will be available.
A draft programme of events is available below:
Please register your interest using the link below:
CARTHUSIAN WEEKEND DINNER
Friday, 25 May at 6.30 pm for 7.30 pm
We also warmly invite you to the first ever Carthusian Weekend Dinner – designed to launch Carthusian Day with style!
Enjoy all the fun of the circus during dinner, including entertainment from the breath-taking brilliance of contemporary jugglers, the mesmerising muscles of the Acro Men and the effortless elegance of aerial artist La Luna….plus more surprises around a deliciously stylish three course barbecue dinner.
After dinner, join your sons and daughters as the Charterhouse community gathers together in Founder’s Court to be enthralled by the fire-breathing brilliance of Flame Oz, complemented by the technical wizardry of the Halo Glo Show.
Places are strictly limited! To book please email email@example.com
Jacket and tie
£100 per head
(can be added to the School bill)
HIGHLIGHTS FROM CARTHUSIAN DAY 2017
Our Carthusian community of pupils, parents and staff were all in festive spirits, coming together for the afternoon, under glorious sunshine, to celebrate all that is great here at School. Highlights included a powerful and emotional performance of Wire Break on our Founder’s Court stage, a theatrical tribute to all Carthusians who have given their lives in the line of duty. All were also treated to the incredible breadth of musical talent on display throughout the day. The 32 x100m relay was an athletic sight to behold, and our CCF sections battled it out impressively across a range of competitions. The Family Tennis Tournament involved 64 players and raised £250 for the Fountain Centre at the Royal Surrey Cancer Centre. Rousing renditions of Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus and Parry’s Jerusalem closed the festivities beautifully, marking what we hope will become a Charterhouse tradition for years to come.