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Three of Liverpool’s most popular attractions, City Explorer Bus Tour, Mersey Ferries and Liverpool Cathedral, have joined forces to offer visitors to the region a new way to see the city.
Liverpool Cathedral, as part of the opening weekend of the Liverpool Biennial 2014, is to host a new, specially composed work by Michael Nyman performed by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra on Saturday 5 July with guest performers...
Following the success of our Ash Wednesday experience “Ashes to Go” the cathedral is offering a new way to mark Holy Week. “Palms to Go” will enable visitors to receive a Palm Sunday cross from one of the cathedral clergy.
When Viki Carter came to see two of her friends perform in the 2013 Liverpool Passion Plays, little did she realise that it would bring her back to faith.
Evensong will play a prominent part in our marking of Light Night 2014 proving a fitting way for many to start and end this enduringly popular and free city cultural event. Light Night, this year on 16th May, is one we're always proud to be part of.
Enjoy a three course meal at our Welsford Restaurant or book our Lady Chapel Package which includes a silver brick in The People's Path and afternoon tea for two.
On Ash Wednesday (March 5th) visitors to Liverpool Cathedral will be offered a new way in which to mark the start of Lent.
Our list of services for Holy Week and Easter is now available.
The latest letter from the dean focuses on the different opportunities available at the cathedral to help you develop your own discipleship during Lent.
Sound City is back. From May 1st to the 3rd this exciting urban music festival raises the roof at venues across the city. And following last year's success we're delighted to once again be one of them.
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