Alexander Armstrong (1989)
Alexander Armstrong (1989) is a successful comedian, actor, writer and television presenter. He read English at Cambridge and was a choral scholar at Trinity. Alexander is best-known as half of the comedy duo Armstrong and Miller who starred in four series of The Armstrong and Miller Show. He has hosted the BBC series Have I Got News For You more than 20 times and has co-presented the hugely popular TV quiz show Pointless, alongside Richard Osman (a fellow Trinity alumnus) since 2009. In 2015, his fourth and fifth books were published: , The A – Z of Pointless (co-authored with Richard Osman), and Land of the Midnight Sun, in which Alexander documented the adventures had during his two-month trip to the Arctic for ITV. In addition to this, 2015 saw Alexander release a classical album, A Year of Songs which topped the Classical Music charts.In November 2016, he released his second album, Upon a Different Shore. (Photographer: David Scheinmann.)
Rachel Marshall neé Shannon (1989)
Rachel Marshall neé Shannon (1989) was a contemporary of Alexander’s in the choir at Trinity, where she read Music. Rachel enjoys a varied career as teacher and singer and has performed with many of the leading vocal ensembles in the UK. With the company New Chamber Opera she specialises in Classical opera.
'Singalong Workshop' for the concert