Latest events coming up at Norwich Cathedral
October is a busy month at Norwich Cathedral with the arrival of the Hostry Festival, Bishop's day of celebration, science festival events, music and services.
Hostry Festival – from October 15
From Sunday 15th the Hostry Festival returns for its seventh year, with the programme featuring a production of The Eagle Has Two Heads, Paint Out Norwich, the Norfolk Arts Awards and much more. For full details and to book tickets visit hostryfestival.org.
Bishop’s Day of celebration and prayer – October 14
A day for everyone across the Diocese to come together and be inspired about mission, explore different styles of prayer, take part in music workshops and perform in a scratch choir. Plus, there will be special activities for children and young people.
The day is free to attend and no booking is required - just come along on the day and please bring others with you from your parish, benefice or community. It is an event for people of all ages. Click here for more information
Norwich Science Festival October 21 - 29
Norwich Cathedral will be one of the Norwich Science Festival venues between 21-29 October, with spectacular science shows, guides to the universe and the chance to hear from Britain’s first astronaut! Visit norwichsciencefestival.co.uk to find out what's on.
Organ recital – October 18
Come along to the next organ recital at Norwich Cathedral on Wednesday 18th at 7.00pm, when John Challenger from Salisbury Cathedral plays a programme that includes Chorale Prelude on a Theme of Tallis by Harold Darke. Click here for more information
Doorway of Hope Service – October 19
A special service, organised in partnership with Time Norfolk, takes place on Thursday 19th at 7.30pm for all who have been bereaved by the death of a baby through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, termination or stillbirth, as well as during the early months of life. Click here for more information
Hidden Curiosities exhibition – until November 30
An exhibition running throughout the month, charting world time travel through the Cathedral's Historic Library and its collections. Click here for more information