Welcome to the St Anne’s website – I hope it encourages you to come and visit our beautiful Cathedral, to worship with us or to visit as a tourist, to meet others at a special service of celebration or commemoration, or just to step in as a pilgrim, a friend, or a neighbour.

Dean John Mann

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We do hope that you will come and visit the Cathedral in person. It is undoubtedly one of Belfast’s greatest and most magnificent buildings in terms of size, architecture, mosaics, stone carving, textiles and history.

For admission tickets click the button below. You can also purchase online tickets for concerts and other events hosted by the Cathedral.

Events for April 22, 2017

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7:30 pm

Vivaldi-The Four Seasons | Handel-Dixit Dominus

April 22 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
St Anne’s Cathedral, Donegall St
Belfast, BT12 2HB United Kingdom

Award-winning early music ensemble Sestina presents Music of the Grand Tour from Italy, to include the seminal Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi, played by virtuoso Dutch violinist Johannes Leertouwer, and the youthful early work of Georg Frederic Handel - Dixit Dominus. Join the young voices of Sestina and experience music from Italy performed on instruments

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Latest News

Prayers for the victims of Spain terror attacks

Special prayers are being said in the Cathedral for the victims of the August 17 terrorist attacks in Spain. A candle is burning in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit and anyone wishing to pray for the victims and to light a candle for them is welcome to call in.

Play featuring literary legends comes to St Anne’s

Literary legends CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien pay a visit to St Anne’s Cathedral on September 23 when the Cathedral, which has close links with the family of CS Lewis, will host a unique three person theatre production.

Visit by American Festival Choir

The American Festival Choir gave a concert in St Anne’s at lunchtime on Wednesday. The choir is made up of choristers from across the USA.

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