Guiding Star Exhibition

We challenged students in schools and colleges across Devon to create a ‘Guiding Star’ sculpture. Our entrants let their imaginations run wild and, as a result, we have beautiful sculptures of all shapes and sizes on display in Exeter Cathedral until Wednesday 5 January. Entrance is free, so why not drop by and admire the […]

Meet Saint Nicholas

Meet Saint Nicholas I in the Chapel of St Andrew and Catherine Monday, 20th December at 10:30 Do you know a young person who would enjoy meeting the real St Nicholas? Did you know that the real Bishop Nicholas originated from Greece in the 3rd Century? Join us at Exeter Cathedral where our St Nicholas will […]

The Exeter Nativity – A Journey to Life!

The Exeter Nativity I A Journey to Life! Exeter Cathedral’s Nativity Returns! Of course nothing is certain these days but we have plans for a full scale production with actors and animals, a slightly rebellious heavenly host, music to enjoy, and carols to sing. The action will begin in the Cathedral at 3pm on Sunday […]

Handel’s Messiah Concert 2021

Handel’s Messiah Ι with Exeter Cathedral Choir and Devon Baroque Following a sell out performance in 2019, we are delighted to announce that the Cathedral Choir will again team up with early-music specialists Devon Baroque for a seasonal performance of Handel’s classic oratorio. Tickets Tickets £15-£25, and £5 for Under 18s. Available from 01392 285983 […]

Christmas with the Cathedral Choir – Evening

Christmas with the Cathedral Choir I Evening performance IMPORTANT UPDATE At Exeter Cathedral, we want to celebrate Christmas and share Christmas joy while helping to keep people safe. So in response to recent news about the Covid Omicron variant, we have now limited tickets for this event to ensure more space for physical distancing and less […]

Christmas with the Cathedral Choir – Evening

Christmas with the Cathedral Choir I Evening performance IMPORTANT UPDATE At Exeter Cathedral, we want to celebrate Christmas and share Christmas joy while helping to keep people safe. So in response to recent news about the Covid Omicron variant, we have now limited tickets for this event to ensure more space for physical distancing and less […]

Angel or Christmas-Tree Book Crafts

Angel or Christmas Tree Book Crafts Ι Christmas Crafts at the Cathedral Saturday, 11th December – 13:00 – 15:00 Enjoy a relaxing afternoon… with us making bespoke angel decorations using old books. We’ll show you the basic folds and then you can change up your angel and create a personality to take home. This makes […]

[Not] The Exeter Nativity

This year’s Exeter Nativity is different! It’s a different style, with Covid-secure measures in place. But you’ll still enjoy that special blend of humour and pathos, with the overriding message of Christmas. Also live streamed on our Facebook page! To be part of the Cathedral audience, online booking is essential at www.ticketsource.co.uk/exetercathedral Also live streamed […]

Growing in Faith Series – Little Advent Programme

Little Advent Programme As part of our preparation for Christmas, we shall look at each in turn of the four Sunday gospels prescribed for us this year during the Advent season. To help with this, beginning in the week before Advent and continuing through each of the three following weeks, the Cathedral will post online […]

Angels of Hope

  By Deborah Custance-Baker, Before lockdown, Exeter Cathedral were planning to host the Guinness Attempt of the Longest Line of Knitted Bunting, but due to the pandemic this was not possible. Instead, Devon County Show are now patiently waiting for Guinness to confirm the record. However, Exeter Cathedral has now asked if we would think […]