Here are our latest news stories. Use the links below to see older stories.
On Palm Sunday – 24th March 2024 – we welcome composer Matthew Coleridge to the Cathedral for a ‘Come and Sing’ workshop and performance. Ahead of the event we caught up with him to find out more.
The Peterborough Chamber Choir will be leading the music at three services at Bradford Cathedral in February, returning for the first time since 2019.
On the weekend of 17th and 18th February 2024 Bradford Cathedral will welcome the Peterborough Chamber Choir as our first visiting choir of the year.
In this edition of ‘Notes from an Organist’ we discover more about them, and what to expect from their recital, including playing music by a former Wakefield chorister; trying out our new vox humana stop; and what his first year as Wakefield Cathedral’s Director of Music has been like.
Bradford Cathedral prepares for the Season of Lent with services, a retreat morning, and Passion Play ‘The Narrow Road’
The season of Lent begins with Ash Wednesday on the 14th February 2024
It is with a sense of personal as well as communal sadness that we received the news of the death of the former Bishop of Bradford The Right Reverend David Smith.
Have your chance to share your memories of living, working or having other connections with historic areas in Bradford
By the late 19th Century, what is today regarded as Bradford City Centre was made up of many neighbourhoods, built to house workers for the new factories and mills erected during the industrial revolution.
There are lots of things to see, do and discover for children of all ages, at the free Bradford Cathedral Family Activities, on Tuesday 13th February.
CathedralSing! returns as local pupils are given the ‘Golden ticket’ to join the Choir – and you can apply too!
Ahead of the event on Saturday 10th February 2024, the Bradford Cathedral music department are visiting local schools to find new members for their choirs – but are also looking for others across the city to join in too!
Check out this amazing new video from Furaha, one of our ecumenical canons, including scenes filmed here in the Cathedral.