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Award winning sculptor Diane Maclean works mostly with large-scale forms, often in stainless steel, incorporating light, reflection, colour and movement. Created in response to a place, a theme or
Take a backstage tour with an expert guide around our Works Yard, one of only nine English Cathedral works yards in the country.
Visit the Cathedral's 15th-centur
Join us for a fun family day where you can discover the similarities and differences between organ pipes and highland bagpipes, then create music based on these principles in a hands on workshop wi
Our expert guides share the findings from an on-going project recording and interpreting the Cathedral's medieval graffiti.
The ten-piece brass ensemble, Decadent Brass, will be performing an eclectic programme with a few surprises added in!
Salisbury Hospice Charity are hosting a fundraising Concert at Salisbury Cathedral.
Musical direction by Howard Moody
At the beginning of the year, before our Willis organ was dismantled for restoration, John Challenger, Assistant Director of Music, and Emily Naish, Archivist, spent a very enjoyable hour or two so
We live in an age of challenge - and perhaps crisis - for our churches.
Come and hear a talk from Dr Alexandra Woodall, curator of our ‘Pulling Out the Stops’ exhibition.
Margaret Ravalde (soprano) will be accompanied by our Assistant Director of Music, John Challenger, on piano for a performance of music by Debussy, Ravel, Schumann and Quilter.
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.
Join us for an illustrated talk by Professor John Rink, one of the world's foremost authorities on the music of Fryderyk Chopin.
Pianist, composer and broadcaster David Owen Norris plays his signature repertoire and reveals some of the more extraordinary experien