Past events

19th March 2023

A post-Gaudy Gardens & Grounds Tour with a Worcester Gardener, for Gaudy attendees. While the Tour is open to those coming only for drinks, please do not register if you are not attending the Gaudy at all.

The tour will be taking place at 10:30am on Sunday the 19th of March, meeting by The Cloisters. Attendance is capped at 25, so bookings will be first-come, first serve.

If you would like to attend, please book below.


18th March 2023

You are invited to your Gaudy. It is open to all Old Members who matriculated between 2011, 2012 and 2013.

Please book your ticket here.

If you would like to book accommodation, use the booking link that is included in your email invite.

11th March 2023

Worcester College Law Dinner is on Saturday 11th March 2023.

It starts at 6:30pm with a Drinks Reception in the Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre followed by a four course dinner in the Hall.

Please note that the booking link for Old Members' accommodation will be in the invite email.

The dinner is open to all Old Members who read or are practising law.

8th March 2023

Book your place for the next online academic lecture.

Professor Andrew Stephen: 'More of a friend, Less of a Foe: Overcoming Public Concerns of Artificial Intelligence'
5 - 5.45pm

Professor Stephen is Deputy Dean for Faculty and Research at the Saïd Business School. L’Oreal Professor of Marketing.

David Steinsaltz
23rd February 2023
23rd February 2023

'Ageing: What is it? Why is it? Where is it going?' 5 - 6pm in the Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre. This booking is for the live lecture in College.

Book your ticket to attend the in-person lecture on Eventbrite

8th February 2023

It is easy to become overwhelmed listening to the talks and pledges that have emerged from the recent COP 27 Climate Conference in Egypt. Global commitments make great soundbites. But they also remove agency from the vast majority of people on the planet. Rob Penn – ‘reformed’ lawyer, journalist, author and broadcaster – co-founded the woodland creation and landscape restoration charity Stump Up For Trees in 2020 to help mitigate the climate and biodiversity crises in his own backyard, the Brecon Beacons in south-east Wales.

4th February 2023

Book you ticket for the Winter Garden Talk, Tour and Lunch

10.30am - 2.30pm

Hot drinks on arrival, talk tour and light lunch in the Linbury Room.

£20 per person (one guest can be invited at £20)

Deadline to book your ticket is 20th January.

18th January 2023

Book your place for the next online academic lecture.

Professor Patricia Clavin: Turbulence and Human Security, 1900-1950.

Patricia Clavin is Professor in Modern History in the History Faculty, a Professorial Fellow at Worcester College as well as Director of the Oxford Martin School of Changing Global Orders.

11th December 2022
As part of the Gaudy weekend we are offering a tour of the Gardens and Grounds by Head Gardener Simon Bagnall. It will start at 10.30am in the Cloisters. The tickets are limited and you will need to book on the link below.