The link between Coventry Cathedral and the arts can be traced back throughout history, but a most significant moment being the creation and performance of Britten’s War Requiem in 1962 for the consecration of the New Cathedral. Benjamin Britten is
Coventry Cathedral has been selected as one of the top ten places which tell the history of England’s art, architecture and sculpture.
‘Meet Me In The Ruins’ is a new, diverse and dynamic piece of theatre created for Plumbline Festival – a year-long festival celebrating 100 years of Coventry’s Diocese & Cathedral.
The Cathedral’s Patronal Festival is just the occasion for a summer concert full of favourites from the choral, orchestral repertoire and world of opera and musicals.
We wish to take forward the management of our ‘Making Space for Hope’ project in preparation for Coventry becoming UK City of Culture in 2021.
Join us in exploring the challenging but beautiful Christian vision for the world, as we reflect on how to live our faith day by day.
We’re reviewing our pattern of informal worship. OPEN “Cathedral Praise” takes place on Sunday 9th, and Breathing Space on 23rd September. There is NO 6.00 service this Sunday, September 2nd. We apologise for any inconvenience caused but hope to see
Don’t miss Britten’s War Requiem, which will be performed in the Cathedral at 7 pm on November 14th.
Due to the build and breakdown of one of our Plumbline Festival events, the Cathedral Ruins will be operating with restricted access from Wednesday 16th – Monday 20th August. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.