Past Annual Dinners

See a list of which colleges hosted the annual dinner over the years. The first entry is 1886 and many years are recorded. There are gaps around the First and Second World Wars but the list is complete from 1948.

2018 at Gonville and Caius with Mr Richard Villar

2017 at Kings  with Sir John Gurdon, Nobel Prize winner

2016 at Christ’s with Psychiatrist Dr Raj Persaud

2015 at Magdalene with Henry Marsh

2014 at Downing
2013 at Gonville and Caius
2012 at Sidney Sussex, with Richard Humphreys
2011 at Trinity Hall, with Jeffrey Archer
2010 at Peterhouse, with John Makinson
2009 at Queen’s
2008 at Emmanuel, with Lord Judge
2007 at Corpus Christi
2006 at Christ’s, with Lord Lamont
2005 at Magdalene
2004 at Clare
2003 at Downing
2002 at Gonville and Caius
2001 at Sidney Sussex
2000 at St John’s
1999 at Trinity Hall
1998 at Jesus
1997 at Peterhouse
1996 at Queens’
1995 at Emmanuel
1994 at Pembroke
1993 at Christ’s
1992 at Corpus Christi
1991 at King’s
1990 at Magdalene
1989 at Trinity Hall
1988 at St John’s
1987 at Fitzwilliam
1986 at Clare
1985 at Pembroke
1984 at Girton
1983 at Trinity
1982 at Downing
1981 at Christ’s
1980 at Queen’s
1979 at St John’s
1978 at Jesus
1977 at Gonville & Caius
1976 at Magdalene
1975 at Pembroke
1974 at Corpus Christi
1973 at Darwin
1972 at St Catharine’s
1971 at Downing
1970 at Queens’
1969 at King’s
1968 at Gonville and Caius
1967 at Emmanuel
1966 at Christ’s
1965 at Trinity
1964 at Churchill
1963 at St John’s
1962 at Peterhouse
1961 at Sidney Sussex
1960 at Pembroke
1959 at Trinity Hall
1958 at Gonville and Caius
1957 at Clare
1956 at Queens’
1955 at Jesus
1954 at Emmanuel
1953 at Trinity
1952 at Trinity Hall
1951 at Christ’s
1950 at Magdalene
1949 at Pembroke
1948 at Downing
1939 at St John’s
1938 at Corpus Christi
1937 at King’s
1936 at King’s
1935 at Sidney Sussex
1933 at Corpus Christi
1931 at Downing
1929 at Jesus
1928 at Pembroke
1926 at St John’s
1924 at Trinity
1923 at Gonville and Caius
1922 at Gonville and Caius
1911 at Gonville and Caius
1886 at Gonville and Caius