Old Melburnian clubs welcome new members

Joining an Old Melburnian Club is a great way for Old Melburnians to connect with others who have similar interests.

New members – both men and women – of all ages and abilities are always welcome at each club. While expertise and experience is well received, it is not required to join. While some of the clubs are competitive, there is also an emphasis is on friendship and fun with social activities forming an important part of the Club’s activities.

Members can take on a variety of roles in most clubs including as team players, helping behind the scenes, volunteers and supporters.

Most Clubs also welcome members who are not Old Melburnians themselves but might have a connection to the School through family or friends.

Our Clubs welcome all Old Melburnians, including women who attended Grimwade House.

Two new clubs have been formed in recent years. You’ll find further information about them below.

You can find out more about the clubs, including contact details here.

We encourage you to get in touch with the Club that interests you.

If you are interested in starting a new Old Melburnian club, or have any questions at all, please contact the Club’s liaison person on The Old Melburnians Council, Marc Cuming (OM 1983), via [email protected]

Old Melburnians Drama Club

The Old Melburnian Drama Club staged its first production in 2015. Rehearsals are about to commence for its upcoming production, the comedic The Whole Darn Shooting Match by Jack Perry. It will be staged in October 2022.

If you are interested in being part of this, or future, productions, the club would love to hear from you.

Those wishing to contribute to the production by undertaking backstage duties are also welcome. There are a wide variety of roles to be filled. Experience, while desirable, is not
always necessary.

Contact details are available here.

Bookings for the 2022 production will open mid-September.

Old Melburnian Table Tennis Club

The Old Melburnian Table Tennis Club is looking for new members interested in playing competitive and/or social table tennis. All games are played at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC).

Formed in 2019, the club competes in the Table Tennis Victoria Premiership League. These games are played on a Wednesday evening, with training occurring on a Sunday morning and at another time during the week as determined by the individual players.

There are also social games played on a Sunday morning. A great way to meet up with fellow Old Melburnians, people with all levels of experience are welcome at this activity.

Contact details are available here.