Former Pupils Biographies
We have a new section with biographies of former pupils of the school who have done interesting things.
Emma-Jane Thommen (pictured above), is a highly talented singer – musician who has previously performed at our club events. (website no longer available).
The Rosie Kay Dance Company aims to make compelling dance theatre work that challenges and engages. Watch the Wild Party on YouTube. Read about her MK Ultra project in Inside the Illuminati with Rosie Kay and Adam Curtis.
Romeo + Juliet will premiere on 17 March 2021 at Birmingham Hippodrome.
Rosie is a regular attendee at our events.
RHS in London Club regular Gordon Burt has published his new book Football and Mathematics: Premier League and World Cup which is available as a free Online book or as a paperback for £10.
For more details or to download an online copy go to Gordon’s website.
To order a Paperback copy , email email@example.com; telephone 01908 611296.
… or post a cheque payable to ‘Gordon Burt’, 28 Severn Drive, Newport Pagnell, MK16 9DQ, Bucks, UK.
Enfant terrible and Lightwarrior Johnny Melville – actor, writer and director has a large website documenting his activities. He is also listed on IMDb and he has a YouTube channel
School and FP Links
The Royal High School Club website has information about the Edinburgh club and its activities, including the popular Annual Dinner, as well as photos and memories of the school. Founded in 1849 with the objective of maintaining the history and standards of the principal school of Edinburgh, the Club welcomes all former pupils to its membership
Links to the Royal High School of Edinburgh web site, our Edinburgh parent club’s web site and the Royal High Primary School web site.
School Former Pupils and Buildings
This excellent Edinburgh photographic site includes historical hand coloured engravings of the School buildings from 1578 to 2002. There are many interesting historical photographs of Edinburgh too
Feature details of famous former pupils like Robin Cook, Alexander Graham Bell and Ian Charleson, and
the Regent Road School .