Boys from across the School have taken to the stage to compete in the annual Mortimer Singer Prizes.
The competition, which was founded in 1995 by Forbes Singer who was a governor at the time, features two sections: Solo and Band. His son, Mortimer Singer (Moretons 1990³), is an Old Harrovian.
Soloists must sing unamplified, accompanying themselves on an acoustic stringed instrument, while bands of any description can take part.
Adjudicated this year by Dr Dave Ranyard, CEO Dream Reality Interactive, first prize in the solo round went to George Gallagher for delivering a polished performance of his own song, Blue Ivory, while The Fugitives were singled out for the energy and excitement they brought to their performance of Tom Pollock's song Mucky Trotters.