The start of December marks the start of a very special time of year at Truro Cathedral. They have a huge variety of activities taking place to celebrate Christmas and the celebratory season, from special services and concerts to festive lunches and shopping events. December Highlights: Bach’s Christmas Oratorio by Candlelight; From Darkness to Light; Messiah by Handel; Josh Lyle’s Passage Exhibition – Wadebridge School photography student, Josh Lyle, explores a modern and contemporary view of cathedrals; Messy Table; Cornwall Youth Choir; Christmas Concerts; Late Night Shopping; The Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols; Midnight Mass; join Bishop Tim and the Cathedral Choir for the Christmas Day Service – one of the highlights of the year. You can download the full Autumn/Winter events brochure by clicking here.
The clocks have gone back, the nights are drawing in and the temperature is beginning to drop, but as we approach winter there’s lots to look forward to at Truro Cathedral. Highlights include: Messy Table, Be a Girl Chorister for a Day, Late Night Shopping, A Service of Support for the Refugee Crisis, Verdi Requiem, Light Up A Life, Remembrance Events in November Highlights or you can download the full Autumn/Winter events brochure by clicking here
The Truro Trend Fashion Show, get your dancing boots on for a foot stomping Barn Dance, Open To Question – an informal chance to reflect on issues of faith with Rev. Canon Dr Stephen Dawes, One World Week exhibition themed ‘Refugees’ featuring local groups and how they are helping to make a better world, A Different Child – a new work by local composer, Russell Pascoe – performed by St Mary’s Singers, Half Term Fun with daily art and crafts activities, including finger painting, stained glass pasta and trails plus organ concerts, choral festivals and sunday lunches in October Highlights
Find out about the Cathedral Bells at the Bells Open Day, join Rev Canon Dr Stephen Dawes as he looks at the major world faiths, hear Truro Theological Society lecture by writer and broadcaster, Dr Claire Foster-Gilbert of The Ethics Academy and Westminster Abbey, be there at The Acorn Service, a special service celebrating the lives of those who died from substance misuse and those who live with it, immerse yourself in Organ recitals and so much more in the September Highlights
Meditational Dance, St Endellion Festival, an exhibition of painted collages by Johanna Freudenberg depicting the lives of 24 Cornish Saints, concerts and visiting choirs, fairs and great free, fun activities for all the family, there really is something for everyone, plus how you can Sign-A-Slate to leave a lasting message within the cathedral August Highlights
Oliver Bret organ recital, Poldark Murder Mystery, world premiere performance of The Online Orchestra, summer activities, Crafty Fridays – Knitting and Crochet Group and much much more! in July Highlights