Art Exhibitions

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The Cathedral's simple and peaceful interior provides an inspiring setting for our programme of art exhibitions. 

Current Exhibition


Wednesday 14th February 2018 until Friday 30th March 2018

Arnold Daghani, (1909-1985), was a survivor of the Holocaust, during which he was sent, with his wife, to a slave labour camp in his native Romania. There he witnessed many of the horrors of Nazi brutality. Philip Rawson has written of Daghani, ‘despite what he endured as a Jew in Romania and in an extermination camp under the Nazis, his work is in no way obsessive or embittered’.

Daghani was a Jewish artist who was fascinated by Christian iconography. His powerful set of ‘Stations of the Cross’ prompts reflection and dialogue on the nature and person of Jesus, the Cross as sign of hope or oppression and contemporary Christian-Jewish relations.


Before visiting please check the forthcoming events to ensure the Cathedral is available. Free Admission.


Exhibitions range from paintings, photographs and sculpture by local artists to topical national exhibitions. If you would like to investigate the possibility of holding an exhibition in the Cathedral please contact

The Revd Canon Dr Julie Gittoes at or 01483 547863.

Please see

  • Application Form here
  • Covering Letter and Notes for Completing Form
  • Floor Plan of Cathedral 
  • Details of our in house Panelock Gallery System 100 here