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Broken Shells: A Medieval Sea Story

Date online: 20 June 2017

Broken Shells: A Medieval Sea Story

Friday 30 June: 5.30pm to 6.30pm, Manchester CathedralStoryteller and academic Daisy Black brings to life Chaucer’s Man of Law’s Tale – a tale of love, fear, violence and the queer, cold ...

A New Suite of Liturgical Furniture

Date online: 19 June 2017

A New Suite of Liturgical Furniture

Easter Sunday witnessed the consecration of the new suite of liturgical furniture to support the installation of the Stoller Organ by The Right Reverend Mark Ashcroft, Bishop of Bolton. The ...

The Duke of Cambridge visits Manchester Cathedral

Date online: 2 June 2017

The Duke of Cambridge visits Manchester Cathedral

On Friday 2 June 2017, The Duke of Cambridge visited Manchester to meet some of those who were affected by the attack at Manchester Arena. The Duke visited Greater Manchester Police Headquarters, ...

Friday 2 June 2017 - Visitor Information

Date online: 2 June 2017

Morning Prayer (9.00am) will take place in the Fraser Chapel.The Cathedral will close to the public at 9.30am and reopen with limited access at 12.30pm. Holy Communion (1.10pm) and Evening ...

Thursday 25 May: Update from Manchester Cathedral

Date online: 25 May 2017

Manchester Cathedral has now reopened to the public. We would like to thank everyone for their patience and support over the last few days.

Afghan Whigs Concert

Date online: 24 May 2017

Due to this week’s events in the area surrounding Manchester Cathedral, the concert for The Afghan Whigs on Friday 26 May, will now be taking place at the O2 Ritz on Whitworth Street West.

A Statement from the Dean of Manchester

Date online: 23 May 2017

The Cathedral community is devastated by the terrorist bomb at Manchester Arena in which over twenty people have been killed and about sixty people have been injured. The concert attended by mostly ...

Monday 15 May 2017: Visitor Information

Date online: 15 May 2017

The Cathedral will close to the public at 1.15pm so that we can complete preparations for the Broughton House Centenary Service.Evening Prayer will be said at 4.30pm. Those attending Evening ...

Vacancy for Cathedral Architect

Date online: 8 May 2017

The Dean and Canons of Manchester Cathedral are seeking to appoint a new Cathedral Architect to support and guide the Chapter in its care for, and development of, the fabric of the Cathedral Church ...

Have you bought your tickets for the Quiz Night?

Date online: 2 May 2017

Cathedral Quiz Night

'Help us light up the Cathedral's future'Join us on Thursday 11 May 2017 at 7pm for our annual quiz night hosted by members of Manchester Cathedral, in aid of the Cathedral's Lighting ...

Capture the Cathedral is now open for entries!

Date online: 2 May 2017

The Capture the Cathedral competition has produced some absolutely stunning images of one of the oldest buildings in Manchester. It is open to absolutely everyone; whether or not you fancy yourself ...

Watch Cristina Rodrigues working on new altar frontals

Date online: 27 April 2017

Here is a short video of Portuguese artist, Cristina Rodrigues preparing an art installation for Manchester Cathedral that will be inaugurated in the autumn of 2017.Cristina’s project involves ...

Annual Reports for 2016/2017 now available!

Date online: 26 April 2017

Annual Reports for 2016/2017 now available!

The Annual Reports for 2016/2017 are now available for download in readiness for the AGM & Easter Vestry meeting on Sunday 7 May 2017. To download and read the reports, click here.Hard copies ...

Capture the Cathedral returns for its fifth year!

Date online: 12 April 2017

Capture the Cathedral returns for its fifth year!

The Capture the Cathedral competition has produced some absolutely stunning images of one of the oldest buildings in Manchester. It is open to absolutely everyone; whether or not you fancy yourself ...

The Stoller Organ to be played for the first time on Easter Day

Date online: 12 April 2017

The Stoller Organ to be played for the first time on Easter Day

There has been an organ in Manchester Cathedral since at least the 1680s with different instruments being rebuilt, modified and replaced over time. The old organ was badly damaged when a bomb ...

Manchester Cathedral to offer free shoe shine on Maundy Thursday

Date online: 10 April 2017

For the sixth year running, Manchester Cathedral clergy will continue the tradition of shining the shoes of the shoppers in Manchester Arndale.