Art Exhibitions

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

We are delighted to confirm our 2019 schedule of exhibitions:

  • Tuesday 15 January to Sunday 24 February - Stained Glass in Focus
  • Tuesday 30 April to Thursday 06 June -  Art Now
  • Tuesday 18 June to Thursday 15 August - Drawn Together by Art
  • Tuesday 20 August to Thursday 31 October - Light in Abstraction

Lent and Art in the Cathedral

The art on our walls during this period of Lent is a Stations of the Cross exhibition by renowned artist Arnold Daghani (22 February 1909 – 6 April 1985), a Romanian-born Jewish artist, writer and Holocaust survivor. In 1941 he and his wife Anisoara were arrested and sent to the Nazi labour camp of Mikhailowka in Ukraine in 1941. While there Daghani chronicled his experiences in a diary and artwork which he managed to smuggle with himself when he escaped to Budapest in 1943. In 1947 he published these, first in Romanian, Groapa este în livada de visini, later translated into English under the title The Grave is in the Cherry Orchard. After the war, he lived in Israel, France, Switzerland, and England.Throughout his life, Daghani worked in a wide range of media, techniques and styles, returning to subjects such as memory, religion and his experiences in the labour camp.




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 Visitor Experience and Events Department at or on 01483 547870.

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