Always worth a visit when you are in the Fine City!
March sees a host of events, the book launch on the 1st would be a nice way to begin the month?
The text below is courtesy of G. Warren blogged by Barn & Beach
Friday 1 March
Book launch in Norwich Cathedral library – join us for the launch of Working with the labyrinth, with Ruth Sewell (author) and David Kelf (contributor), on Friday 1 March at 11am in the library. The labyrinth will be open for walking 11am – 4pm, with guided walks at 12, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm – meet in the library for guided walks. This event is free of charge and open to all. Copies of the book will be available for purchase.
Monday 4 March
Silence in the Cathedral for Lent – the season for prayerful self-reflection. The Silence will be from 7pm to 8pm, introduced and ended by solo ‘cello music. The labyrinth will be available for walking from 6.30pm.
Friday 26 April: The market as God
Harvey Cox visits Norwich Cathedral to lead a debate based on his prophetic article, describing the market provocatively as “the only true God, whose reign must now be universally accepted and who allows for no rivals”.
Responses will be made by an interdisciplinary panel:
- Prof Catherine Waddams, Professor of Regulation at the Norwich Business School and Director of the Centre for Competition Policy at the UEA
- Dr Jane Fruehwirth, Lecturer in the Faculty of Economics at Cambridge University
- Dr Rupert Read, Reader in the School of Philosophy at UEA
The evening will be chaired by the Bishop of Norwich.
Norwich Cathedral Nave
Friday 26 April 7.30-9.30pm
£5 (£3 concessions). Booking encouraged but not essential.
Gudrun Warren, 01603 218327, firstname.lastname@example.org
Other NCCL events for April to June will be publicized shortly.