Religion and spirituality
Dr Janet Graffius has been the Curator of Collections and Historic Libraries at Stonyhurst College since 20
Organ recitals often begin with pieces from J. S. Bach, and this indeed followed that familiar format.
This was a thought-provoking evening, exploring the inspiration behind the literary works of three contempo
The music of Paul Mealor has been a blessing and inspiration in the world of contemporary choral music.
Mystery Plays would have been well-known in the mediaeval period, and were used as a way of teaching famous
As part of the official Edinburgh's Hogmanay programme, this event offers a more meditative way to close th
Remembrance Sunday is the main day of observance for the sacrifices of members of the armed forces and of…
Helen White’s talk at the Sacred Arts Festival had been much awaited – the complications of Covid having pr
Also entitled ‘Theology in Stone’, this talk explored the sheer richness of the inheritance of church archi
Led by Tracy A Franklin, a team of Broderers with Durham Cathedral have been industriously working through
A humorous and engaging hour exploring the art of hymnody with Dr John Kitchen MBE.
With a theme of witches and the backdrop of The Audacious Women's Festival, this production was bound for a