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Salisbury Cathedral curator Jacquiline Creswell and Sandy Nairne, former Director of the National Portrait Gallery, discuss the exhibition ‘Celebrating 800 Years of Spirit and Endeavour
Originally destined to be heard for the first time in Salisbury Cathedral on its Foundation Day (28 April), the premiere of the Salisbury Anthem has been re-imagined as a virtual performance, led b
20 iconic and important pieces of contemporary art by notable artists such as Henry Moore and Grayson Perry, exhibited both inside and outside the Cathedral.
Join us for pre-recorded services of words and music broadcast at 10:30 every Sunday and be encouraged by our continued
We may not be able to welcome you to the Cathedral at the moment but that does not mean we cannot pray together regularly.
Long before lockdown, Karen O’Donnell from Sarum College’s Centre for Contemporary Spirituality had begun to write a book due to be published next year that considers the church in a virtual space.
The Lost Cinema returns to Salisbury Cathedral this Summer.
The Lost Cinema returns to Salisbury Cathedral in the Summer and Grease has been chosen for this viewing through The Lost Cinema Facebook voting poll.
The Lost Cinema returns to Salisbury Cathedral in the Summer.
Due to current restrictions, we have made the difficult decision to postpone our 2020 Flower Festival until 2022. The new date for your diaries are Tuesday 10 May - Sunday 15 2022.
The Cathedral Choir is joined by soloists