Sunday, 6 January 2019

Corinium Museum January 2019 Events

One of Cirencester's best resources.

January

Swimming with Men
Corinium Cinema
Thursday 10 January, 7pm

A man who is suffering a mid-life crisis finds new meaning in his life as part of an all-male, middle-aged, amateur synchronized swimming team.

Cert: 12A
Run time: 1 hr. 37 min.

Cost: £6.50 per adult, £5.50 concession


Prehistory: A Story of Stone, Bone and Pottery
Afternoon workshop with James Harris
Thursday 17 January, 2-3.30pm

A lecture and handling workshop using fabulous prehistoric tools and pottery. Learn to identify objects from the Stone Age and the Bronze Age. Find out what the greatest ever human invention was.

Cost: £7 per adult, £6 members
Booking recommended


Dress and Identity in the Roman Empire
Afternoon Talk with Dr Valija Evalds
Wednesday 23 January, 2-3.30pm

The third in a series of 3 talks exploring Roman art and architecture. This illustrated lecture will explore the clothing of the Roman world: its textures, its colours and its symbols; from senators to slaves, to matrons and brides. 

Cost: £7 per adult, £6 members
Booking recommended


Rural Cinema
Saturday 26 & Sunday 27 January, 2.15pm

The Corinium Museum takes part in the Rural Cinema Scheme. Films are released approximately 4-6 weeks in advance. For film titles contact the Corinium Museum or visit our website.

Cost: £5.60 per adult, £4.80 concession



Spotlight on the Orpheus Mosaic
Gallery Talk with Emma Stuart
Wednesday 30 January, 2.30-3pm

The Orpheus Mosaic represents one of Britain’s finest examples from Roman Britain. Join Emma to hear about the design, unusual archaeology and the eventual rescue of this impressive mosaic. We will spend time in the gallery next to the mosaic giving opportunity for discussion and appraisal.

Cost: £3 per adult, £2.50 members
Booking recommended


La traviata
Royal Opera House LIVE Opera
Corinium Cinema
Wednesday 30 January, 6.45pm

From the thrill of unexpected romance to a heartbreaking reconciliation that comes too late – Verdi’s La traviata is one of the most popular of all operas. Alfredo falls in love in with the courtesan Violetta in glamorous Paris society, but underneath the surface run darker undercurrents, leading to a tragic ending. The opera’s wealth of melodies includes the famous Brindisi and the exuberant ‘Sempre libera’ – both showing the lyricism of Italian opera at its most immediately appealing. Richard Eyre’s production for The Royal Opera brings out all the emotional colour, from the giddy discovery of love, through painful confrontation to the inevitable conclusion. Lavish period sets and costumes enhance the reality of a moving story based on true life.
Sung in Italian with English subtitles.

Cost: £17 per adult, £15 members
Booking recommended

                   
Evening Lecture with Dr Caroline Morris
From Saints Bones to Charles Dickens’ Monkey
Thursday 31 January, 7-8.30pm

Henry VIII’s glove, Jane Austen’s Table, Sir Edward Elgar’s glasses – biographically significant objects like these have been displayed for centuries. Today, there are hundreds of museums and historic houses across the country dedicated to celebrated figures and filled with their possessions. Dr Caroline Morris will share her research on biographical objects with a brief history of their display; describing the influences upon the development of the modern biographical museum from the medieval reliquary and the Renaissance wunderkammer to Romanticism and the Arts & Crafts movement.

Cost: £7 per adult, £6 members
Booking recommended

Please contact us if you would like any further details or images for any of the events that we are holding.

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