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Roof Tours

Roof Tours

01 May 2018 - 31 August 2018

This fascinating behind-the-scenes tour takes you into the roof void high above the Nave, into the south tower, through the spaces in the north tower and onto the roof to enjoy the best views of Exeter (and beyond).

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Handlebards theatre - "Romeo and Juliet"

Handlebar­ds theatre - "Romeo and Juliet"

22 June 2018 AT 19:00

Sorry, sold out

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'Let’s talk about the medieval paper trail' with Jesse Lynch

'Let’s talk about the medieval paper trail' with Jesse Lynch

25 June 2018 AT 12:30

A Look at the Earliest Uses of Paper in Exeter Diocese. Paper, the rag-pulp writing material most often associated with print culture in Early Modern Europe, made its debut in Western Europe well before the advent of print.

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Organ Recital (Prof Martin Setchell)

Organ Recital (Prof Martin Setchell)

05 July 2018 AT 19:00

Martin Setchell, organist of Christchurch city New Zealand, is an international concert performer who believes in promoting entertaining organ music to a wide audience.

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'Lets talk about the Cathedral's medieval tiles' with John Allan, Cathedral Archaeologist

'Lets talk about the Cathedral­'s medieval tiles' with John Allan, Cathedral Archaeolo­gist

18 June 2018 AT 12:30

Exeter Cathedral once had a series of magnificent decorated ceramic tile pavements of the late 13th and 14th centuries. The talk will include illustrations of the surviving examples, and explain how they relate to other tiles in the region.

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West Buckland School

West Buckland School

23 June 2018 AT 19:30

includes Mozart "Requiem" and music by Holst and Monteverdi.

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'Let’s Think Inside the Box' - A talk about the Cathedral's Organ

'Let’s Think Inside the Box' - A talk about the Cathedral­'s Organ

04 July 2018 AT 12:30

Timothy Parsons (Assistant Director of Music) will take you on an exploration of the Cathedral organ (safely from the comfort of your seat in the Chapter House)

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Exeter Craft Festival

Exeter Craft Festival

05 July 2018 - 07 July 2018
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Organ Recital (Timothy Parsons)

Organ Recital (Timothy Parsons)

21 June 2018 AT 19:00

Timothy Parsons is Assistant Director of Music at Exeter Cathedral, having previously held posts at the cathedrals of Hereford and Winchester. Programme to include Duruflé "Prelude, Adagio et Choral Varié sur le thème de Veni Creator Spiritus", as well as music by Mark Blatchly and Nico Muhly.

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Handlebards theatre - "Romeo and Juliet"

Handlebar­ds theatre - "Romeo and Juliet"

22 June 2018 AT 13:30

Limited availability

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Discover the Exeter Book

Discover the Exeter Book

29 June 2018 - 05 September 2018

Written in about 970AD, the Exeter Book is the oldest of only four surviving books of Anglo-Saxon literature anywhere in the world. Much admired for its beautiful writing and the quality of its verse, this unique book of poetry has been at Exeter Cathedral since Leofric, the first Bishop of Exeter, gave it to his church in around 1072.

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Devon Youth Orchestras

Devon Youth Orchestras

06 July 2018 AT 19:30
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Roof Tours

Roof Tours

01 May 2018 - 31 August 2018

This fascinating behind-the-scenes tour takes you into the roof void high above the Nave, into the south tower, through the spaces in the north tower and onto the roof to enjoy the best views of Exeter (and beyond).

FIND OUT MORE
Organ Recital (Timothy Parsons)

Organ Recital (Timothy Parsons)

21 June 2018 AT 19:00

Timothy Parsons is Assistant Director of Music at Exeter Cathedral, having previously held posts at the cathedrals of Hereford and Winchester. Programme to include Duruflé "Prelude, Adagio et Choral Varié sur le thème de Veni Creator Spiritus", as well as music by Mark Blatchly and Nico Muhly.

FIND OUT MORE
West Buckland School

West Buckland School

23 June 2018 AT 19:30

includes Mozart "Requiem" and music by Holst and Monteverdi.

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Discover the Exeter Book

Discover the Exeter Book

29 June 2018 - 05 September 2018

Written in about 970AD, the Exeter Book is the oldest of only four surviving books of Anglo-Saxon literature anywhere in the world. Much admired for its beautiful writing and the quality of its verse, this unique book of poetry has been at Exeter Cathedral since Leofric, the first Bishop of Exeter, gave it to his church in around 1072.

FIND OUT MORE
Organ Recital (Prof Martin Setchell)

Organ Recital (Prof Martin Setchell)

05 July 2018 AT 19:00

Martin Setchell, organist of Christchurch city New Zealand, is an international concert performer who believes in promoting entertaining organ music to a wide audience.

FIND OUT MORE
'Lets talk about the Cathedral's medieval tiles' with John Allan, Cathedral Archaeologist

'Lets talk about the Cathedral­'s medieval tiles' with John Allan, Cathedral Archaeolo­gist

18 June 2018 AT 12:30

Exeter Cathedral once had a series of magnificent decorated ceramic tile pavements of the late 13th and 14th centuries. The talk will include illustrations of the surviving examples, and explain how they relate to other tiles in the region.

FIND OUT MORE
Handlebards theatre - "Romeo and Juliet"

Handlebar­ds theatre - "Romeo and Juliet"

22 June 2018 AT 19:00

Sorry, sold out

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Handlebards theatre - "Romeo and Juliet"

Handlebar­ds theatre - "Romeo and Juliet"

22 June 2018 AT 13:30

Limited availability

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'Let’s talk about the medieval paper trail' with Jesse Lynch

'Let’s talk about the medieval paper trail' with Jesse Lynch

25 June 2018 AT 12:30

A Look at the Earliest Uses of Paper in Exeter Diocese. Paper, the rag-pulp writing material most often associated with print culture in Early Modern Europe, made its debut in Western Europe well before the advent of print.

FIND OUT MORE
'Let’s Think Inside the Box' - A talk about the Cathedral's Organ

'Let’s Think Inside the Box' - A talk about the Cathedral­'s Organ

04 July 2018 AT 12:30

Timothy Parsons (Assistant Director of Music) will take you on an exploration of the Cathedral organ (safely from the comfort of your seat in the Chapter House)

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Exeter Craft Festival

Exeter Craft Festival

05 July 2018 - 07 July 2018
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Devon Youth Orchestras

Devon Youth Orchestras

06 July 2018 AT 19:30
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Roof Tours

Roof Tours

01 May 2018 - 31 August 2018

This fascinating behind-the-scenes tour takes you into the roof void high above the Nave, into the south tower, through the spaces in the north tower and onto the roof to enjoy the best views of Exeter (and beyond).

FIND OUT MORE
'Lets talk about the Cathedral's medieval tiles' with John Allan, Cathedral Archaeologist

'Lets talk about the Cathedral­'s medieval tiles' with John Allan, Cathedral Archaeolo­gist

18 June 2018 AT 12:30

Exeter Cathedral once had a series of magnificent decorated ceramic tile pavements of the late 13th and 14th centuries. The talk will include illustrations of the surviving examples, and explain how they relate to other tiles in the region.

FIND OUT MORE
Organ Recital (Timothy Parsons)

Organ Recital (Timothy Parsons)

21 June 2018 AT 19:00

Timothy Parsons is Assistant Director of Music at Exeter Cathedral, having previously held posts at the cathedrals of Hereford and Winchester. Programme to include Duruflé "Prelude, Adagio et Choral Varié sur le thème de Veni Creator Spiritus", as well as music by Mark Blatchly and Nico Muhly.

FIND OUT MORE
Handlebards theatre - "Romeo and Juliet"

Handlebar­ds theatre - "Romeo and Juliet"

22 June 2018 AT 19:00

Sorry, sold out

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Handlebards theatre - "Romeo and Juliet"

Handlebar­ds theatre - "Romeo and Juliet"

22 June 2018 AT 13:30

Limited availability

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West Buckland School

West Buckland School

23 June 2018 AT 19:30

includes Mozart "Requiem" and music by Holst and Monteverdi.

FIND OUT MORE
'Let’s talk about the medieval paper trail' with Jesse Lynch

'Let’s talk about the medieval paper trail' with Jesse Lynch

25 June 2018 AT 12:30

A Look at the Earliest Uses of Paper in Exeter Diocese. Paper, the rag-pulp writing material most often associated with print culture in Early Modern Europe, made its debut in Western Europe well before the advent of print.

FIND OUT MORE
Discover the Exeter Book

Discover the Exeter Book

29 June 2018 - 05 September 2018

Written in about 970AD, the Exeter Book is the oldest of only four surviving books of Anglo-Saxon literature anywhere in the world. Much admired for its beautiful writing and the quality of its verse, this unique book of poetry has been at Exeter Cathedral since Leofric, the first Bishop of Exeter, gave it to his church in around 1072.

FIND OUT MORE
'Let’s Think Inside the Box' - A talk about the Cathedral's Organ

'Let’s Think Inside the Box' - A talk about the Cathedral­'s Organ

04 July 2018 AT 12:30

Timothy Parsons (Assistant Director of Music) will take you on an exploration of the Cathedral organ (safely from the comfort of your seat in the Chapter House)

FIND OUT MORE
Organ Recital (Prof Martin Setchell)

Organ Recital (Prof Martin Setchell)

05 July 2018 AT 19:00

Martin Setchell, organist of Christchurch city New Zealand, is an international concert performer who believes in promoting entertaining organ music to a wide audience.

FIND OUT MORE
Exeter Craft Festival

Exeter Craft Festival

05 July 2018 - 07 July 2018
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Devon Youth Orchestras

Devon Youth Orchestras

06 July 2018 AT 19:30
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