2 - 10 May 2014
Events and workshops over the city
Of interest to theologans, linguists and feminists, Julian of Norwich (1342- ca. 1416) is reported to have been the first woman to write a book to survive in English, Revelations of Divine Love.
St Julian’s Church and the Julian Centre will be open all week,and the Church will be hosting an installation of Jules Allen’s book art responding to the Cloud of Unknowing. There will also be a display of her work in response to Julian’s writings at the Forum.
You can also turn up at St Julian’s Church at 2 on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday for a tour of Church and Julian Shrine with Denise Treissman without booking a place in advance.
You can also turn up if you’re free on Sunday for either of the events on that day: Sr Pamela is leading a tour of King Street in the steps of Mother Julian at 12.45 pm, and Denise Treissman invites you to a Julian meditation at 2.30 pm.
This is the talk by Lord Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, about Julian which he will be giving in Norwich Cathedral between 10.30 and 11.30 on Saturday 10 May.
You can still turn up at any of the talks or other evening events without a ticket, though we can’t guarantee there will be space for you. Please book yourself a place if you want to go to any of the workshops, because spaces are particularly limited.
Calendar of events