Norwich: A Changing City

08 November 2016
19:00 - 21:00
St Peter Mancroft
A picture of The Church of St Peter Mancroft
The Cathedral's Canon for Mission and Pastoral Care, Andy Bryant, participates in a discussion about the role of Norwich Cathedral in a fast changing world.

The event is part of a new series of mid-week dialogues being staged at The Church of St Peter Mancroft in Norwich, asking four key Norwich institutions to reflect on how they are adapting. As well as the Cathedral, the series will also feature guests from The Forum, BBC Norfolk and Norwich Theatre Royal.

The first event takes place on Wednesday 19 October with Chief Executive at The Forum, Tim Bishop, the guest. The series then continues with Anthony Isaacs, Sunday Breakfast presenter at BBC Radio Norfolk, featuring on Tuesday 1 November. After Andy Bryant's appearance on Tuesday 8 November, the series culminates on Tuesday 15 November with Peter Wilson MBE and Mark Hazell from Norwich Theatre Royal.

Rev Robert Avery, Vicar of St Peter Mancroft, said:

“This is a chance to stop and reflect on the changes affecting Norwich. 20 years ago not many of us would have imagined the city centre as it’s developed with the bustling Chapelfield shopping centre, The Forum rising from the ashes of the old library and the Norwich Lanes revived and thriving. There’s a great story about how far our city has come but what’s next and where might we be in another 20 years?”

The sessions are free to attend and you can simply turn up on the night.