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An Installation by poet Lemn Sissay MBE and artist Mary Branson
Join us for an evening focusing on heritage and craft skills, where we will be joined by guest speaker Alex Langlands, of the BBC’s Victorian Farm, Edwardian Farm and Wartime Farm fame.
Seth Lakeman takes a break from the Robert Plant musical juggernaut in Autumn 2018 to release his ninth studio album The Well Worn Path and head
Alabaré's flagship event, The BIG Sleep welcomes those who want to take a stand against homelessness.
Visit the Cathedral's 15th-centur
Join us for a series of conversations addressing the big issues of today with high profile panellists from journalism, public life and think tanks.
A lunchtime performance featuring Schola Nova Silvana, a small mixed-voice vocal ensemble, based in the New Forest and specialising in western medieval plainchant.
Please be seated by 15:10
Our expert guides share the findings from an on-going project recording and interpreting the Cathedral's medieval graffiti.
An opportunity to hear The Cathedral Choir singing repertoire from the fourthcoming tour to Vienna, Salzburg and Bratislava.
Wednesday 3rd April: Classical Guitar Recital, Craig Ogden
Salisbury Musical Society will be returning to the Cathedral to perform Mozart Mass in C minor K427 and Bach Ca
Holy Week begins with the Palm Sunday Eucharist, when we recall our Lord’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem.
The Cathedral Choir sings the ancient and dramatic Office of Tenebrae in an imaginative processional service drawing on the Sarum tradition.
During this service the Bishop blesses oil which will be used in the course of the year by the clergy of the diocese as they minister to the sick or prepare their people for Christian discipleship.
Jesus’ commitment to love, service and forgiveness, even in the face of cruel opposition and gathering darkness, is the theme of the Maundy Thursday services.
The Liturgy of Good Friday includes an account of the Passion sung to Plainsong, the Veneration of the Cross and the Prayers of Intercession.
The nave is prepared as an oratory for silent prayer, and visitors on that day will be invited to spend a few moments of quiet reflection.
The Easter vigil readings are read in the Chapter House interspersed with plainsong psalmody.
As the vigil concludes, we move outside where, with the ‘sun arising in the East’, we kindle the Easter fire, from which the Paschal candle is lit.
Join Fiona Bruce and the Antiques Roadshow team of the country’s leading authorities on arts and antiques who will offer free valuations for your family heirlooms or car boot bargains.
Would you like to have a go at stone masonry under the tutelage of one of our own Cathedral masons?
Normally hidden from view, several private gardens in the Cathedral Close will be open to visitors in aid of the Friends of Salisb
We are pleased to announce that Swing Unlimited Big Band will be joining us again on the lawns of Salisbury Cathedral for an afterno
The Lost Cinema's Open Air showings return for a third year in August 2019.
These are popular events which sell out fast each year.