The much anticipated stained glass windows created by renowned artist Tom Denny, whose work can be seen at Durham and Gloucester Cathedrals, amongst others, are set to arrive at Leicester Cathedral next week. They depict scenes inspired by the life of Richard III and will be installed in St Katharine’s chapel, which is directly adjacent to Richard’s tomb. The windows will be formally inaugurated with a service at 3pm on Sunday, 24 April 2016, at Leicester Cathedral.
A sneak preview showing Mr Denny at work can be found on YouTube:
I just get “this video is unavailable”
The post is a year old and You Tube, or Mr. Denny, seem to have moved the video.