The Cathedral newsletter keeps you up to date with stories and events.
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8 November 2011
In view of the occupation of the Cathedral churchyard today by Occupy Sheffield, the Dean of Sheffield, the Very Reverend Peter Bradley, issued the following statement on behalf of the Cathedrals governing body, the Cathedral Chapter:
27 October 2011
English Folk Singer, Laura Marling is performing live at Sheffield Cathedral on Saturday 22 October, as part of When the Bells Tolls Tour, which sees Laura playing at some of the country's oldest and finest Cathedral's.
13 July 2011
27 May 2011
12 May 2011
9 May 2011
5 May 2011
3 May 2011
18 April 2011
22 February 2011
17 February 2011
5 February 2010
Kathryn Tickell is one of the best-known and best-loved performers in the UK folk scene. Much of her music is rooted in the history, people and landscapes of her native Northumberland - all arranged with true craftsmanship, as fiddle, Northumbrian smallpipes, melodeon & guitar blend satisfyingly together to produce one of the most distinctive, yet expertly balanced sounds anywhere in traditional music.
8 April 2011
10 January 2011
We are issuing an invitation to anyone who wants to come to Explore God's Mercy this Lent. Bishop Steven will be leading five sessions in Sheffield Cathedral on the Wednesday evenings in Lent. Bishop Cyril will be leading similar sessions on the same evenings in Doncaster Minster and Archdeacon Martyn Snow will be doing the same in Rotherham Minster.
4 January 2011
13 December 2010
Sheffield Cathedral is delighted to have been able to commission Ben Parry to write a new carol for the Cathedral Choir. Christ’s Nativity, with a text by Henry Vaughan, will be given its first performance on Christmas Eve in Sheffield Cathedral at the popular Service of Lessons and Carols
14 December 2010
Sheffield Cathedral is preparing for a real South Yorkshire Christmas. This Sunday (19 December) at 18.30 hrs, the Cathedral’s choir will combine with Ella Taylor, BBC Radio 2 Young Chorister of the Year 2010, to sing local, traditional carols, as well as pieces from Benjamin Britten’s Ceremony of Carols.
18 November 2010
16 November 2010
Sheffield Cathedral is preparing to meet Her Majesty the Queen on the morning of Thursday 18 November as she comes to see the work of the Sing! Project and to meet staff and volunteers at the Cathedral Archer Project.
14 October 2010
Congratulations to one of our former choristers, Ella Taylor, 16, who has made it through to the 2010 final of BBC Radio 2's Chorister of the Year at St Paul's Cathedral in London. Ella, who is now studying on a music scholarship at Lancing College in Sussex, sang with the Cathedral choir for six years until this summer.
6 November 2010
Show of Hands performed with Miranda Sykes on 6 November at the Cathedral. Support act from Jackie Oates. It's the first time the Cathedral has provided a venue for a folk concert, this is considerably different from the usual music performances played at the Cathedral.
4 November 2010
A Sheffield teenager has sung her way to success to be presented with the prestigious BBC Radio 2 Young Choristers Of The Year prize in this special Silver Jubilee anniversary year of the Competition. A chorister from Durham won the prize for the boys category.
29 September 2010
Last week Sheffield Cathedral held an event in the West End and 1554 Gallery to launch the switch on of their new website www.sheffieldcathedral.org. The new site incorporates 21st century technology including blogs, video streaming, a virtual tour and opportunities to make online donations and purchases in the online shop.
10 August 2010
2 August 2010
It is soon coming round to that time of year again, when you need to start thinking about where to book this year's Christmas festivities. Nothing says Christmas quite like celebrating in the heart of Sheffield Cathedral.
20 July 2010
10 June 2010
The second Summer Music and Arts Festival will end on a high with the almighty sound of the Cathedral Choirs from Blackburn, Sheffield and St John the Divine, New York who are joined by composer Gabriel Jackson to celebrate composition for choirs.
24 May 2010
From the 16th June until the 4th July a flock of 1200 Golden Starlings, are to be exhibited in the nave of the Cathedral. This awe inspiring spectacle is created by over 1,000 Sheffield school children and Art in the Park.
18 May 2010
On Monday 7 June, the Dean of Sheffield, Peter Bradley and Dr Andreas Onnerfors, expert in freemasonry, invite you to join them for a stroll around the city centre looking for evidence of hidden symbols and codes that you may well not know even existed.