12 The Close
For over 900 years the awesome beauty of this Norman building has reached out and touched people, speaking to them of God’s glory and his love for each one of them. The Cathedral’s architecture is justly famous, its history fascinating and its collection of art and objects outstanding. The Cathedral deserves its five star rating as a tourist attraction, but this is no museum.
The Cathedral is open from:
Suggested donation adults:£5, conc:£4, family: £12.
The new Visitor and Education centre (the Hostry) has specially designed classroom facilities for schools and adult education programmes, as well as modern, flexible conference facilities and an encounter space for public exhibitions.
World War One Centenary Concert: world premiere of Cavell Commission by Patrick Hawes
- 12 July 2014 7:30-10pm
World War One Centenary Concert: world premiere of Cavell Commission by Patrick Hawes commemorating the life, courage and faith of nurse Edith Cavell (who is buried in Norwich Cathedral) with English Chamber Orchestra, soprano Elin Manahan Thomas, Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society, students from international Britten Music Course, conductor Nathan Waring + Vaughan Williams Lark Ascending and works by Burgon, Guest, Pearsall and Butterworth
Tickets from Theatre Royal Norwich and Norwich Cathedral Bookshop. Visit www.sheringhamandcromerchoral.co.uk for further information.
Creative Arts Programmes for KS1,2 and 3
A number of new cross curricular programmes involving art and craft, music, dance and drama, ending with a plenary of discussion, reflection and stillness. The Cathedral's images, architecture and art provide ideal 'springboards' to learn about our world, spirituality and self expression. Our live interpretation programmes explore the medieval lives of holy people who lived in and around the Cathedral.
(Group size: one class;Duration 10.00-3.00 Level: KS1,2,3)
- Juliet Corbett, Schools Officer
- Gatehouse Press