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  1. Lunchtime Recital

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    Charles Wooler – OrganRecital tree

    Why not spend your Friday lunchtime in the wonderful setting of St Nicholas Cathedral listening to beautiful music?

    Our lunchtime recitals take place on Fridays and commence at 1.05pm and last for approximately 45 minutes. Admission to each recital is free, there is a retiring collection following the recital to help defray the costs of the Series.

  2. Be a Chorister for a Day

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    Come and see what it’s like to be a Cathedral Chorister.
    Learn some music and sing a short service in the Cathedral.
    Try on Choristers’ robes, make new friends and have fun.
    Open to both boys and girls aged 7-13.
    A great opportunity to try something new, for free!

    For more information and to reserve a place, please contact Emily Stolting.
    emily.stolting@stnicholascathedral.co.uk

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  3. Lunchtime Recital

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    Caroline Watson and David Murray- Mezzo Soprano and PianoRecital tree

    Why not spend your Friday lunchtime in the wonderful setting of St Nicholas Cathedral listening to beautiful music?

    Our lunchtime recitals take place on Fridays and commence at 1.05pm and last for approximately 45 minutes. Admission to each recital is free, there is a retiring collection following the recital to help defray the costs of the Series.

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    Adam Parrish with Scarlett Quigley- Piano and SopranoRecital tree

    Why not spend your Friday lunchtime in the wonderful setting of St Nicholas Cathedral listening to beautiful music?

    Our lunchtime recitals take place on Fridays and commence at 1.05pm and last for approximately 45 minutes. Admission to each recital is free, there is a retiring collection following the recital to help defray the costs of the Series.

     

    Adam is delighted to announce that the wonderful Scarlett Quigley will be joining him on stage as a special guest.

  5. Lunchtime Recital

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    Fourth Presbyterian Church Touring ChoirRecital tree

    Why not spend your Friday lunchtime in the wonderful setting of St Nicholas Cathedral listening to beautiful music?

    Our lunchtime recitals take place on Fridays and commence at 1.05pm and last for approximately 45 minutes. Admission to each recital is free, there is a retiring collection following the recital to help defray the costs of the Series.

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    Katy Silverman- OrganRecital tree

    Why not spend your Friday lunchtime in the wonderful setting of St Nicholas Cathedral listening to beautiful music?

    Our lunchtime recitals take place on Fridays and commence at 1.05pm and last for approximately 45 minutes. Admission to each recital is free, there is a retiring collection following the recital to help defray the costs of the Series.

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    Andrew Christer- OrganRecital tree

    Why not spend your Friday lunchtime in the wonderful setting of St Nicholas Cathedral listening to beautiful music?

    Our lunchtime recitals take place on Fridays and commence at 1.05pm and last for approximately 45 minutes. Admission to each recital is free, there is a retiring collection following the recital to help defray the costs of the Series.

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    Wokingham Choral SocietyRecital tree

    Why not spend your Friday lunchtime in the wonderful setting of St Nicholas Cathedral listening to beautiful music?

    Our lunchtime recitals take place on Fridays and commence at 1.05pm and last for approximately 45 minutes. Admission to each recital is free, there is a retiring collection following the recital to help defray the costs of the Series.

  9. ‘More in Common’- Celebration of Jo Cox’s Life

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    A service and vigil to celebrate the life of Jo Cox MP will be held at 6.30pm on Wednesday 22nd June at St Nicholas Cathedral, Newcastle upon Tyne.

    42 candles will be lit on what would have been Jo Cox’s 42nd birthday.

    Assistant Bishop of Newcastle the Rt Revd Frank White will speak; words of Jo Cox will be read by MPs Chi Onwurah (Newcastle upon Tyne Central), Catherine McKinnell (Newcastle upon Tyne North) and Sharon Hodgson (Washington and Sunderland West). Judith Kirton-Darling, MEP for North East England, will read a poem.

    Chi Onwurah MP said, “I’d like to thank the Cathedral for holding this service following the murder of my friend and colleague Jo Cox.

    “Jo was an exemplary politician, campaigner and of course mother of two young children. It is they and her family who have suffered the greatest, most devastating loss and my heart breaks for them. I find it hard to accept that she really is gone and that her beautiful, vibrant presence will not be felt in the chamber again.

    “I hope that part of Jo’s legacy can be a kinder, more respectful politics.”

    ‘More in common’ was the theme of Jo’s maiden speech in the House of Commons when she said: “We are far more united and have far more in common with each other than things that divide us.”

  10. A Message From The Dean Of Newcastle

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    The Very Revd Christopher C. Dalliston, Dean of Newcastle

    Dear Friends

    It is with very mixed feelings that I inform you today, that I shall be leaving my position as Dean of Newcastle to become the new Dean of Peterborough in January 2018.

    I am immensely privileged to have served both the Cathedral and the people of Newcastle over the past fourteen years and to have seen so much achieved in that time. The Cathedral is now on the brink of delivering the Common Ground in Sacred Space project to transform not just the building, but its capacity to welcome and engage with many new people and partners. It will set a new course for the Cathedral for the coming years.

    I am sad to let go of all this, but I am very aware that we have in place a talented and committed group of people who have the skills to bring this project to completion over the coming years. It will also be a wrench to leave the North-East. Our children have grown up here and we have made so many friends and have fallen in love with the city and this beautiful part of the world.

    The call to Peterborough has been in many ways unexpected, but insistent, and I am looking forward to what will certainly be a challenging and very exciting new stage of ministry.

    My farewell service at Newcastle Cathedral will be held on Sunday 7 January 2018 at 4.00pm.

    The Very Revd Christopher C. Dalliston, Dean of Newcastle

    Click here to read the full press release: Newcastle Cathedral_Press Release_The Very Revd Christopher Dalliston 01Nov2017