If you have children or grandchildren who may be interested in this programme of stories, music, craft, games and more, please take a flyer from the rear of the cathedral or contact Rosie Murree-Allen on 49264663 or 0400264658, or email: Rosie.KMA@gmail.com
Tuesday 14, Wednesday 15 & Thursday 16 April, 2pm to 4pm
This coming Thursday 19 March 2015 7pm to 9:30 pm, Christ Church Cathedral presents the final instalment of Paradiso at the Cathedral 2015, a film festival hosted throughout Lent by Bishop Greg Thompson.
Director: Ray Lawrence
Writers: Raymond Carver, Beatrix Christian
Stars: Laura Linney, Gabriel Byrne, Deborra-Lee Furness, John Howard
A group of men (Gabriel Byrne, John Howard, Stelios Yiakmis) on a fishing trip makes the morally questionable decision to delay reporting the discovery of a murdered woman’s body. Claire (Laura Linney), the wife of one of the men, tries to understand the reasoning behind such thoughtlessness.
During the traditional forty days of Lent, Novocastrians will have the opportunity to attend a film festival with a difference. Christ Church Cathedral will be the dramatic backdrop for the screening of a series of international films, providing a space to explore the universal themes of love, redemption and hope. More information…
At Newcastle’s Christ Church Cathedral on Tuesday, March 24, at 7 for 7:30pm, Christ Church Camerata returns for 2015 with something a little different. One of ABC1233’s most popular weekly radio programmes “Banney’s Baton Banter” comes to the concert stage in this not-to-be-missed event. Be part of the live audience as David Banney, ABC’s Paul Bevan, and Christ Church Camerata join for three entertaining Banters in one evening, to be recorded for later broadcast on the ABC. Admission is free (a donation to support the work of the Hunter Medical Research Institute will be received). Tune in to 1233 ABC Newcastle for a chance to win the best seats in the house, or turn up on the night to be part of the audience.