Make Merry at the 2014 Medieval Feast

Contact: April Miller, 216-774-0479,

Todd Wilson, Trinity’s Director of Music and Worship, is available for interviews.

Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral Fundraising Benefit – One Night Only

CLEVELAND—Spend an evening with Robin Hood and his cast of merrymakers. Enjoy a night replete with period food, drink, music and entertainment in the gothic splendor of Trinity Cathedral as we raise money to provide high-quality live music for listeners of all ages. This annual event – a fundraising benefit for Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral – takes place Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014.

The grand event kicks off each evening at 6:45 p.m. with a mulled cider and wine reception in the Great Hall, followed by a procession into the cathedral nave for a multi-course banquet of hearty medieval fare. Wine, ale and fruit juice accompany the food, and interactive entertainment will delight you between courses. The evening ends with the curious ceremony of the Pig’s Head. You just gotta be there!

“It will be a rollicking good evening that supports a worthy cause,” says Todd Wilson, director of music and worship. “All are welcome so do come out and join in the fun and festivities!”

Guests will enjoy wine, food, costume contests, music, fortune tellers, jugglers…in other words, bawdy, but delightful fun! Period attire is encouraged, but not a must, for this historic-style banquet. It’s a wonderful group outing and a great way to beat the bleak mid-winter blues. Visit to order tickets or call 216-774-0420. Tickets are $70. The Medieval Feasts are produced by Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral.

Whether arriving on horseback, foot or in a modern-day chariot, parking is free. Trinity Cathedral’s parking lot entrance is on Prospect Avenue at East 22nd Street. Overflow parking is available in the Cleveland State University Prospect garage.

About Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral:
Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral is a multi-faceted community arts organization that produces a free Brownbag Concert Series, collaborative arts programs, the annual Medieval Feast, and a variety of other arts-oriented programs, sometimes in conjunction with other organizations.  Each season, Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral produces or presents more than 40 events in the areas of music, dance, literature, theatre and the visual arts. Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral is led by Todd Wilson, Director of Music and Worship. Learn more at