The striking Chapel, one of the largest in Cambridge, was designed as part of the main College buildings by Gillespie, Kidd and Coia, and was featured in their recent retrospective. The Chapel has two outstanding stained glass windows by John Piper.

The Chapel also houses a world renowned Frobenius organ, a harpsichord by David Rubio and a Steinway piano.

We are sorry to announce that until further notice, the Chapel is closed to visitors due to Covid-19.

What's on in Chapel


Chapel Interviews - Lent & Easter 2021 

Voices from Outside the Window

Watch online  (published 5pm every Friday)


24th January: Rev Al Sharpton (Civil Rights Activist)

31st January: Amitav Ghosh (Novelist)

7th February: Peter Hitchens (Journalist)

14th February: Lee Camp (Comedian and TV Presenter)

21st February: Prof. Louise Westling (Eco-criticism Specialist)

28th February: Florence Miller (Robinson Undergraduate)

7th March: Helen Buyniski (Investigative Journalist)

14th March:  Chris Elliott (Journalist)

21st March: Prof. Alan Dershowitz (US Lawyer)

28th March: Prof. Morna Hooker (Life Fellow, Robinson College)

29th April: Judith Butler (American philosopher)

6th May: Charlotte Seymour (Literary agent)

14th May: Dr Ian Burrows (Fellow at Clare College, Author)

21st May: Ron Purser, (Author)

28th May: Piers Blofield (Literary agent)

11th June: Dr Christine Stopp


It is with regret that until further notice all events booked to take place in Chapel are cancelled, including all Chapel services, concerts and rehearsals.