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Catch up with the many and diverse range of events and happenings hosted by the Cathedral in this section
The special sculpture commissioned by the Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson to remember the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster is taking up temporary residence at Liverpool Cathedral. It will remain here until the end of September.
A First World War commemorative local walk and poetry reading organised and run by National Trust property The Hardmans House. The walk will include a visit to the War Memorial Chapel of the Cathedral. The walk begins at the rear of Hardmans House
The Giant's are coming past the Cathedral as part of this year's spectacular World War One Commemoration. You can relax as you watch them pass by with our afternoon tea ration bag.
The first in our regular Summer Saturday Series. This 30 minute, FREE programme will be full of many of your favourite pieces and performed by a series of guest organists. The first is the Ernest Pratt Memorial Recital.
A welcome return to the Cathedral for this well-established local arts group and their diverse and eye catching work.
Brighten your School Holidays with free family fun at the Cathedral.
The event will aim to raise awareness to the deplorable environmental, economic and social situation within the DRC - Dr Denis Mukwege will be the main speaker (pictured left)
Our annual abseil returns! Individuals, charities and businesses are invited to take on a 150 foot free fall drop from above the vast West doors in aid of the Cathedral Foundation on this first of two dates.
Why not enjoy the delights of some beautiful organ music each Saturday afternoon throughout the Summer season by joining us in the Cathedral for our Annual Summer Series.