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Tuesday 25th May


Complimentary. Please note that places for this event are limited and therefore we encourage you to register as soon as possible.


Complimentary. Please register via the ‘Register here’ button. The link to the event will be sent to the email address provided on the registration form a couple of days before the event.


You’ll be given a link to the event. You should not share this link, but members of your household are welcome to join the call (these guests will be with you on camera, using the same device/Zoom account). 

Booking deadline

The deadline to register for this event has now passed.

General information

For further information or if you have any enquiries, please contact the Development Office on 01223 338700 or at

Johnian Society Virtual Talk: Interview with Jonah Hauer-King (2014)

The current restrictions on social gatherings make it harder than usual for Johnians to meet in person. To address this, the Johnian Society is hosting a series of virtual talks with alumni via Zoom. You may participate in the event for as long or short a time as you like, staying just for the interview or also engaging in friendly conversation with fellow alumni. 

Jonah Hauer-King will talk about his time at St John’s College and the ADC, and his acting career since he left Cambridge. Claire Griffiths (1985), Committee member of the Johnian Society, will conduct the interview, which will be followed by a Q&A.

8.15–8.30pm: Online check-in opens.
8.30pm: Event is live.
8.30–8.35pm: Welcome message from Claire Griffiths (1985), Committee member of the Johnian Society.
8.35–8.55pm: Interview with Jonah Hauer-King (2014).
8.55pm onwards: Q&A and networking.

Invited speaker:

Jonah Hauer-King (2014)

Jonah was born and raised in London, and graduated from St John’s in 2017. His career began on stage at the Lyric Theatre in Belfast and in Kenneth Branagh’s The Entertainer at the Garrick. He went on to make a number of films such as Old Boys and A Dog’s Way Home, and has appeared in BBC productions of Howard’s End, Little Women, and World on Fire. Most recently, he has been cast as Prince Eric in Disney’s live-action remake of The Little Mermaid.

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